Please keep posting on how you perceive selling
because this is new and very interesting to me.
Rod I have not forgotten and am still trying to get eBay
But for you to start I would recommend the free listing offer for 99c starting prices. You get 15 free ones per month. We have started listing 5 of these per week to help with our oldest daughter.
It is easy to come up with the stamps for 99c listing. We put up 150 KGV 1d greens all have faults. It was listed for 7 days, on day 5 the listing went from 99c to $10.50. Another 99c one listed at the same time has a bid of 99c for 150 world condition varies, I do not think this one will go up much more.
Your image knowledge will get you over the line. If you can get an image up on SCF you should be able to list your image on eBay
Title and description is the other part to get together.
If you are selling Australia stamps it must be your 1st word in the title. Australian when you search it has 300 choices, when you search Australia you get 3,000 choices. So Australia wins!
Other title words like international post stamps does not bring up anything but high values does. Only 55 characters to use here so it takes a bit to get the swing of it but it works.
The description is where you can have a more fuller description of what you are selling.
With the free 99c listing we are using .com.au because of the high Aust dollar.All our listings now are with .com. The cost of item A is 70c to list on .com but costs $1.20 on .com.au. for the same service.
When we search Australia stamps on .com.au all the .com listing come up as well. 95% of our .com listings are sold to Australian's.
Have a go Rod! All the best to you. Always Happy Stamping. John