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Damn Small Linux to offer FREE market place for merchants

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The DSL Mall is a free market place for merchants. Basically, we are giving away store fronts to merchants who we feel may be a good match with the DSL community.

Who should consider joining?

Anybody that has nice merchandise to sell and is interested in having his/her items viewed by the DSL community. There is absolutely no cost to you for this store front, and you are likely to get over 2k impressions a day if the products are a good match for our community.

What you get:
You will have your own URL which looks like:
http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/mall/yourstore/

You will also have a web front end which will allow you to upload images and descriptions for your items, as well as maintain and alter your inventory right through your browser.

After your store front is set up we will add your site to the Mall index page, and you should start to receive visitors immediately.

If you have good items at a fair price, you are very likely to get sales and you keep all of your profit. We do not want a percentage, and there are no monthly fees.

Sounds good, but what does DSL get out of it?

More Here.

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