About Price Tags
Believe it or not, some people still prefer to shop the old-fashioned way. They walk into a brick-and-mortar store, look over the goods, check the price tags, bring their items up to the register, and buy them. You might be online looking for items for creating and affixing price tags to your goods, but you wouldn't expect all of your customers to check prices on the Internet before coming into your shop. Putting price tags on your products also takes a fair bit of manual labor, so you should look for the tools that can help you to finish the job as soon as possible. A price tag gun quickly fires barbs into labels, where they hold the tags in place. As another option, jewelers generally use string price tags because plastic barbs are incompatible with their goods. These tags often come with the string already in the price tag, so you only need to tie the string to affix the tag. Whatever you sell, you'll find new price tags and equipment for affixing them on eBay. With the right tags and equipment, you'll spend less time pricing your goods and more time selling them.