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While I'm sorry to hear that March is a slow-starter for others as well, I'm feeling somewhat better now.

 

Perhaps this should be renamed the bi-monthly "therapy thread". 😂

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None for me... Very dull month, although had a few zooms come in so may end up with sales.

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2 came in on the 3rd for $67 so I thought it was going to be a good month! 9 days later not a sausage.

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36 minutes ago, Ed Rooney said:

5 sales so far. I hope we are not planning to do a daily report. 

 

 

 

That's probably best left to "live news." 🙃

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52 minutes ago, David Pimborough said:

 

Wow! Your lucky still waiting to break the duck here :(

I had to google "break the duck" to get that one.  Hopefully the taps get turned on again soon.  Only AS has had normal sales for me this month so far.

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Eight for me so far this month, only one with a half decent price.  Hoping for the usual end of month surge. 

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March has thus far returned an average number of sales, but two at solid $$$ makes for a higher than average value. Who knows what to make of anything? Certainly not me!

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7 hours ago, David Pimborough said:

 

An old cricketing term 🤣

 

In cricket, from the resemblance between the figure 0 and a duck’s egg, the term duck’s egg denotes the zero (i.e. 0) placed against a batsman’s name in the scoring sheet when he fails to score.

 

Perhaps Canadian's have a similar phrase from Ice Hockey 😊

 

ducks-egg-the-professional-bowler-welcom

 

Ahh a l'œuf and love thing (in tennis).

 

wim

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Had my first one in today, a recent zoom, educational sale for $$. Hoping to see some more late reporting customers fall in by the end of the month.

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10 hours ago, David Pimborough said:

 

An old cricketing term 🤣

 

In cricket, from the resemblance between the figure 0 and a duck’s egg, the term duck’s egg denotes the zero (i.e. 0) placed against a batsman’s name in the scoring sheet when he fails to score.

 

Perhaps Canadian's have a similar phrase from Ice Hockey 😊

 

 

 

I'm not much of a hockey fan, which is tantamount to treason in Canada. However, I've heard that if you fail to "put the biscuit in the basket," you haven't scored the goal. 🏒

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Well, I got two more sales today.  $0.93 each.  Half way through the month and my $10 is about 1/10 of normal.  Ouch.

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Getting good number of zooms, for me that is, but not converting to sales.

 

Allan

 

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Things have picked up a bit for me during the past few days. I currently have five sales at not-so-hot prices -- definitely a sluggish first half of the month, though.

 

 

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Continuing sluggishly for me, a total of 4 sales for mediocre prices, 2 PU.   

 

I'm seeing an increasing number of PU sales in recent times, and, while the fees are not great, they are better than newspaper scheme web rates.

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Drew a blank last month and March looks like it's heading in the same direction if I don't get anything soon.

Seriously reviewing my port: I need to maybe diversify a bit (or a lot!!) more.

Really need this lockdown to end so I can get out and about further afield again.

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