For people who do not have a paypal account, I would recommend that they get one for making online purchases, etc. Especially good for merchants. So, if you are interested please join with through the banner below. Many thanks.
Sign up for PayPal and start accepting credit card payments instantly.
For all my myLot friends - I would like to share some advice that some of my friends on myLot told me about. I thought I'd share it with you, since it can really multiply your earnings on myLot. I have been informed that, when you post/reply to discussions, if you write at least six lines, you will be paid a higher amount for that, than if you were to just write one or two lines. If you can keep your sentences short, then six lines is not a lot ! So friends, try to keep this advice in mind for your future discussions and the money start to add up quicker than it was before.

Monday, December 19, 2011

pricing guns to label those important shop items

    Office supplies is the generic term that refers to all supplies regularly used in offices by businesses and other organizations, from private citizens to governments, who work with the collection, refinement, and output of information (colloquially referred to as "paper work"). The term includes small, expendable, daily use items such as paper clips, post it notes, staples, hole punchers, binders and papers. Many businesses in the office supply industry have recently expanded into related markets for businesses like copy centers, which facilitate the creation and printing of business collateral such as business cards and stationary plus printing and binding of high quality, high volume business and engineering documents. Some businesses also provide services for shipping, including packaging and bulk mailing. In addition, many retail chains sell related supplies beyond businesses and regularly market their stores as a center for school supplies with August and early September being a major retail period for back to school supplies.

    Originally the term "stationery" referred to all products sold by a stationer, whose name indicates that his book shop was on a fixed spot, usually near a university, and permanent, while medieval trading was mainly peddlers, and others (such as farmers and craftsmen) at non-permanent markets such as fairs. It was a special term used between the 13th and 15th centuries in the manuscript culture. In its modern sense of (often personalized) writing materials, stationery has been an important part of good social etiquette particularly since the Victorian Era.

    Sometimes napkin bands are commonly used by restaurants, caterers and other venues. These high quality paper napkin bands make wrapping large amounts of paper napkins an easy process by keeping the napkin's presentation clean, organized and professional. Crayons have come a long way and are available in many different colors. since their introduction in 1903. By 1905 Binney & Smith's Crayola crayon product line had reached 30 colors. In 1958 the number of colors increased to 64. Eight fluorescent colors were introduced in 1972, increasing the number of colors to 72. In 1990 the total increased to 80 colors with the introduction of 16 colors and the discontinuation of eight colors. The number of colors was increased to 96 in 1993 and to 120 in 1998, though with thirteen crayons being retired along the way, the total of colors is 133. These crayons can also be bought in as small a quantity as a 4 pack crayons set of various colors.

    In any store, the pricing guns play a vital part in letting a customer know how much a product costs. Yet the inexperienced people will easily get confused by the buttons and dials. So, I'll try to explain how to use it below.

    Before operating a pricing gun, the gun's operator sets the price to be applied. Depending on the model of pricing gun, the price may be set either by a series of dials on the rear of the gun or by a digital input on the gun's body. The price set on the gun will be the price displayed on the price tag affixed to products.

    To apply a price tag, an operator presses the barrel, or tip, of the pricing gun firmly against the product to be priced. Fragile or awkwardly shaped products may require a little less pressure, though price tags applied to these products may not be securely attached.

    With all the preparation in place and the pricing gun against the surface of a product, the operator pulls the trigger on the gun to affix the price. When the trigger is pulled, a mechanical lever imprints the set price on a small sticker, which is then fed forward--with an adhesive side facing downward--and out the front of the gun. The firm pressure applied onto the product through the gun causes the adhesive sticker to be affixed to the target product.

    Although the functionality of a pricing gun sounds relatively complex, the entire process is completed in less than a second. As the operator uses the gun and becomes comfortable with it, the process--excluding the setting of the price--can be repeated very quickly, allowing experienced pricing gun operators to price dozens of products every minute.