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I still have to enter the info into the site's DB myself, and I do it when I am in a proper mood :)
I've separated the 'description' bit from the 'sales blurb' bit, and find that I can re-use the description part many times, and only have to adjust the 'sales blurb' bit.
I'm trying to find a creative way to motivate my staff to do data entry without getting burned out. What I have so far:
50¢ per item entered towards an inventory purchase.
To maintain quality, and keep them from just throwing up as many products as they can, I'll limit the number I assign them to daily goals.
Any other suggestions/ideas?
Of course I don't get away scott-free of having to set my prices, write ad-copy or update images. I usually delegate some of the tedious stuff like getting the images though.
Though, before i set up my site for ecomm, i deleted the 'long description' option from the cart... and boy am i glad i did that!
Depending on the definition of "it" (clintonesque)