eBay UK push consumer selling with “Bad surprise, Good surprise” videos

By Dan Wilson May 16, 2014 - 1:46 am

eBay UK are really keen to punt out their new “20 free listings every month” for private and consumer sellers it seems. And who can blame them? For the average hobby seller on the street it is a very tasty and digestable deal.

And to accompany the fee change, they’ve produced some videos. They’re catchy and funny enough. I don’t know where they’ll be seen but the punchy content suggests online and maybe telly. Let us all know if you see them around anywhere.

It is interesting that eBay UK has rediscovered a passion for C2C selling and also that it is agnostic about auctions in that sector. It is a good thing, not least because it is a key difference from Amazon that adds life, vibrancy and serendipity to the marketplace.

Here are the vids.

  • Dean
    4 years ago

    £126 for your 84″ TV?
    Very bad surprise!

  • Gary
    4 years ago

    The TV seller is happy with the outcome. It is not always about money.

  • Alex
    4 years ago

    HaHa, More great eBay ‘boots, panties, and blenders’ marketing from the Lofty and overpaid Geeks who don’t have a clue about what reality is like at Ground Zero!!

    LMAO. Any Plasmas left?

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