Articles tagged “sellers”

Shipping Policy Now Apply To Merged Orders And Accepted Offers

Shipping Policies are now applied to all orders, including those auto-generated through actions like merging orders, and accepting offers.  If you’ve already got your shipping policies locked in and airtight, you may have noticed that some orders pose exceptions. Up until now, orders generated through a merge and offers accepted required shipping to be added […]

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You Can Now Offer Free Shipping in Your Shipping Policies

Take the opportunity to stand out among sellers on Discogs and delight your buyers by using the Free Shipping option now available as a shipping method in your Shipping Policies.  As with all other shipping methods, you can choose which countries to offer free shipping to and what the minimum order subtotal needs to be […]

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Interview With Discogs Seller minty-vinyl

We interviewed Guenter Herke, a prolific seller of Discogs and mastermind behind eccentric label Slowboy Records. His shop in Düsseldorf, also called Slowboy Records, is a treasure trove of rare and in-demand vinyl. We caught up on the inspiration behind his label, that one time Henry Rollins dropped by the shop after closing, and a […]

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Sell More Records On Discogs With Your Shipping Policy

If you’re selling records, CDs or tapes on Discogs, this simple addition to your account has the potential to increase your revenue. Many sellers on Discogs are missing seller terms and shipping policies from their profiles, which could mean lost sales. By having your seller terms and shipping policies clearly displayed on your Discogs profile, […]

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3 Record Grading Tips All Collectors Should Know

Mega Record & CD Fair

Record grading can be a rather subjective practice that has very objective expectations. Many people have different opinions about how to interpret record grading standards. There are also different standards, such as the Goldmine Standard or the VJM record grading system. Anyone who’s bought or sold records at some point has likely had a difference of opinion in […]

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