Discovering The Real Easter Egg

As all parents do this week, I was looking for some Easter Eggs. Thought to bring some excitement in our long bank holidays even if going out is Chilly. Can’t believe last year same time we were having BBQ !

I was chuffed to discover this on eBay

It is described as:

 “We would say these are real eggs, as they certainly look it to us

excellant quality. Perfect for many many uses, use your own imagination! Measures 28cm with roughly 20 eggs measuring between 4-5cm

 COLLECTION IS FROM TREFOREST

 The item number in brackets to the heading title is for our reference only and is of no concern to the buyer”

Looks perfect and it is something different than normal which I quite like.

Have you noticed there is “763” mentioned on the title? The seller says it is their reference. I am now thinking why would you need to do that ? All item got its own unique reference number on eBay. Is it because seller wanted to reference it with SKU and did not know that there is “Custom Label” functionality on Turbo lister which does this job. Bingo !

I will be analysing listings in details on next post.

Then I discovered THE REAL EGG.

The box says

 “It would be hard to imagine Easter without eggs. But do you know why we eat them?

 On this page you can discover more about the very first Easter 2000 years ago, when Jesus died but came back to life. Easter eggs are a reminder of this Good News.

Eggs are a symbol of hope and new life. Today billions of people all over the world believe that by dying and coming back to life Jesus gave people the chance to know God a new way.

The friends of Jesus, called Christians, still follow him and know his love in their lives and you can too.”

I am quite happy with this one as I now know Real Easter Egg is not Real egg which I found on eBay but it is to know why Easter is celebrated.

 Happy Easter Everyone !

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Posted on March 30, 2013, in eBay Strategies and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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