Boy, that title is catchy. I thought about naming it "Sexy, sexy, sexy" but was afraid that would just get overlooked amongst all your other lewd RSS feeds.
Anyway, I digress. I added a new category to our website called "Wholesale/ Bulk" which contains all the items on our site for which we offer a discount for buying in bulk. This category represents more of a psychological thing for me than anything. I've always resisted the word "wholesale" because (I think) it is an old-fashioned notion that Sam's Club and other discount retailers have made less meaningful. Sam's doesn't care if you are reselling the goods are not-- if you are willing to buy that 500-lb. bag of nutmeg, you'll get a discount on it. I've always had the same philosophy. I don't care what you are doing with the product-- that doesn't change my costs. But if you buy items in bigger packages, that takes less of our time to pack and ship and you can be rewarded for that with a lower price.
But, I've also come to realize that the word "wholesale" is also used as generic-speak for "do you have a better price?". Well, yes, on some ideas we do. We have always put these items in their respective categories on the website and now they are also contained within this wholesale/bulk category as well. And I anticipate adding more items to that category throughout the year as we continue to increase our purchase volume on certain items, as well as continue to produce custom ribbons and other products.
End of boring business stuff. I can only guess by the small number of comments to my post requesting suggestions of what you want to read about on my blog that: 1) my subject matter (and writing) is superb and requires no changes or 2) my offer of pencil shavings or an autographed picture was not enticing enough to call you to action or 3) you just don't care. I'm just reminding you that I can't ignore your idea if you don't put it out there!