eBay Top Black Friday Deals for Sunday
eBay’s Black Friday Deals are now running until December 1st. Dieter Newell, Senior Director of Seller Growth at eBay UK, said: ‘We were already expecting over 20 million UK visitors this Black Friday, but due to significant demand we are extending our deals programme until the 1st December. This is good news for our customers who can shop deals for longer and a welcome boost for the small British businesses we’ve partnered with this year.’
eBay will today be announcing flash deals on the eBay UK Twitter page every hour so follow eBay to see the limited stock short time bargains.
Top Black Friday Deal picks on eBay TODAY (Sunday 27th November)
You’ll find eBay’s Black Friday Deals at ebay.co.uk/rpp/black-friday and here are eBay’s top picks for Sunday:
Why are you advertising for ebay ?
Because our traffic reports say that people like eBay Deals posts…
“Because our traffic reports say that people like eBay Deals posts…”
How do you know this, what’s it based upon. How do I register my dislike?
How do you know this, what’s it based upon.
Traffic to the posts. Dan did ask why I was bothering to write them then he too looked at the site traffic reports and agreed it looked like they were popular.
How do I register my dislike?
You just did :-)
Do people actually like the posts, or is some of the traffic caused by sellers having a quick look to see if their competitors are featured, and what the prices are ?
Surely anyone who wants to have a look as a potential buyer will be using sites like hotukdeals, or reading the emails ebay send them ?
I also find it strange that tamebay is in effect doing a bit of advertising for ebay – great for the sellers featured, but can the tamebay staff please explain whether they think the views are for private or business reasons, and will the continued featuring of these deals lead to suspicions that tamebay is not as impartial as we would like ?
can the tamebay staff please explain whether they think the views are for private or business reasons
Nope because we don’t know – however both are equally valid. You’re looking for your own products. You’re looking for a bargain. Why wouldn’t we write for both cases?
and will the continued featuring of these deals lead to suspicions that tamebay is not as impartial as we would like ?
Well there was Alibaba Singles Day, Amazon Prime Day, Amazon Echo intro price, Amazon Echo Black Friday deal…. We wrote about them all. You’re welcome to have suspicions. We think it right that readers question us to keep us honest. We think it right that if the posts get traffic we keep posting them though.
we would much rather see ebay related articles and posts . than some obscure and strange niche third party glossed up press release mumbo jumbo ,
The links give a bit of money back to Tamebay if people buy after clicking them. What’s wrong with that? The site costs money to run and there are adverts in other places.
If you don’t like them you can just ignore them, surely?