1. You can not win, from what I have seen, more than $10.00 of photons in one day - but, you maybe gifted many times over that amount at anytime.
2. On the current program, once you have "won" $10 in photons, then "save" the rest of your names on the list till the next 24 hour period. From what I have seen so far - they will still be there patiently waiting for you. then you accept 1-4 (or so) and get back up to the $10.00.
3. BUT, you still need to be actively send out Photons to every name that pops up - that is the engine driving the sales for everyone.
a. It is a lot of work to find items where names will pop up.
b. Yes, they bundle the names now and you can send out as many as 49 for a.10cent reward (not a lot of fiscal benefit at that end).
c. If you comment, when you accept the gift - for the first couple of comments you will be rewarded.
d. If you accept and gift and do not buy - you will be rewarded from.25 cents to $5.00 - again, its a lottery.
e. If you recommend the item that was offered to you - you will be rewarded.
The point of this "game" is getting the word out to one and all that YardSellR is great - so, hunker down and go to those blocks you rarely visit and see if your friends like items that you, personally, would not buy for yourself. You just never know.
And, get those sizes up in the listings for clothes and shoes in the Description - as near the front of the description as you can. When your buyers are looking at a block page with a mile of pictures - the cursor will highlight that Description and there is the "size". It saves the buyer from opening each and every item to "find" the size.
Bracelets and necklaces - need a length in the description.
Rings - need a size in the description.
Cell Phones, if carrier specific and cant be changed - need the carrier in the description.
Pottery and Glassware - it is critical that you put up a picture of the bottom of the piece and also the "Mark" or "Label".
Pictures - need to be centered and as "bright" as you can get them. Taking pictures in the daylight is the best and be careful of shadows. Look at the background carefully - in fact, plan the background before you take the picture (you do not need to include the door frame, light switch, or that ugly scratch on the badly painted wall).
Just your tip for the day.
My sales on yardsellr = http://yardsellr.com/yardsale/Kathleen-Johnson-453675.
Sometimes Buyer, Sometimes Seller.