So I’m walking down the street in New York and I pass one of those shops that sells china and glass tsochkes, chandeliers, ornate vases and that kind of stuff.
In the display window is a flat-panel monitor howking the wares. Slide after slide goes by emblazoned with “As seen on eBay!” and “eBay Power Seller!”
Never knew a bricks-and-mortar business to leverage an eBay feedback rating to encourage street traffic.
Wow. Wonder if it works, or if this is just the stuff nobody bid on.
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