eBay now has blogs. Here’s how you can expect an average entry to read: “I just sold something. I’m auctioning something else today. Hey did you want to buy something? Check my feedback. They all say I’m an A+ seller except for that one guy. I wish I could buy more things. Send money to my PayPal account. I thought about selling something else, but I’ve been too busy buying things on eBay. Hey would you like to buy a watch? I have tons of them on hand. Ha ha – get it? Okay, now I need to put something in my watch list. I can’t wait to buy something else I don’t need. I’m totally addicted to eBay and I thank them for giving me the opportunity to write about all the things I’m buying and selling. Do you like auctions? Hey, if you like auctions please comment and look at my auctions on eBay. I’m going to sell something else now, and then I’m going to buy something. Okay, we’ll see you later. Hey, remember to give me positive feedback on my ratings or I won’t be able to blog again on eBay. Bye!” Feh.
Take a look at our About page (like I tried prompting you to do the other day). Read the whole thing. Okay, well – you don’t have to read the whole thing now, as the prize has officially been given to Dave Anderson. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page. “Did I really read to the end of this page? Yes, and the first person to email me to say they’ve done so will get $100 deposited into their PayPal account – Seriously.” So, Dave’s getting the $100. It was that easy. I wonder if we have any more of these kinds of monetary easter eggs hidden throughout the site? Congratulations, Dave – and thanks for reading more about Gada.be. It really pays to be knowledgeable.