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URL Links to my store

Discussion in 'Classifieds Usage Discussion and Help' started by meclazine, Sep 15, 2018.


  1. meclazine

    meclazine

    Jul 23, 2013
    Before I go to a supporting member, can I include a link to my business website for the bass I wish to sell?

    Example of what I do over at the Gear Page:

    https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/vintage-electric-guitars.1969320/

    I would like to do the same here and put up, say 10 vintage basses. I have a couple of L-series basses that the community would like to look at regardless.

    Just checking to make sure outbound URL's are OK before I begin posting up gear.
     
  2. hrodbert696

    hrodbert696 Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

    Thanks for asking first. You need to review the Talkbass Commercial Users Policy.

    As a TB Commercial User, you can include a single link to your business in your signature, but not multiple.

    But as a dealer, you cannot put your inventory for sale in the TB classifieds. Your listings go in the Bazaar instead. Per the policy I linked:

    "2) Commercial Users who operate as dealers of used equipment, where buying/selling is purely for profit, cannot use the TalkBass Classifieds to advertise items for sale and must instead purchase a subscription to the TalkBass Bazaar. There are no exceptions to this.

    Commercial Users who are owners / employees of musical equipment manufacturers / distributors / retailers may not use the TalkBass Classifieds to advertise items for sale, unless prior permission is granted when one of the following is true:
    1. You are a manufacturer of musical equipment, and the item in question is not made by your company or a subsidiary. For example, you work for Fender and are selling a Lakland bass.
    2. You are a distributor / retailer of goods, and the item in question is not one your company / division usually handles. For example, you work for Guitar Center and are selling an early 80s Aria bass."
     
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