eBay Canada launches MyMix

eBay Canada has just launched a new service called #MyMix, which allows eBay experts to use the Feed feature on eBay to create a curated collection of items that they love. You can head to eBay.ca/MyMix to see what the experts (a fashion blogger, an interior decorator, and tech junkie) have picked as their favourite things on eBay’s giant online marketplace.

The eBay feed also allows you to create your own personalized feed based on your recent searches, and from popular searches, in a Pinterest like board. We signed in and the popular searches of the day popped up, along with similar searches to what we were searching for that day (we were searching for coloured shoe laces for our dress shoes). The new personalized feed feature is great when you’re shopping for that certain something, but can’t find it. With a few clicks you can have a ‘board’ filled with simlar items that match your search.

So whether you’re searching for shoe laces, antique coins or anything in between, we suggest you try out the new #MyMix from eBay.

To help celebrate the launch of the #MyMix, eBay Canada has given us a $100 online gift certificate to use on Ebay Canada so you can experience the new MyMix and feed option for yourself. To enter Simply go ‘Like’ us on Facebook and leave a comment saying “I want the eBay Canada #MyMix gift card from TorontoIsFashion.com” OR follow us on Twitter ( @Tif_Richard & @Tif_Marc) and tweet us “I want the @ebaycanada #MyMix gift card from torontoisfashion.com” OR leave a comment below. The more ways you enter, the better your odds are of winning!

CONTEST RULES:

The contest will start 7/05/13 and end 7/19/12. The gift card cannot be exchanged for cash value. The contest is open to all of Canada and you must be a Canadian resident to enter/win. Good luck!

38 Comments
  1. Great giveaway! Thanks so much 🙂 I also followed on Twitter and tweeted (@Rebthecatsitter) and liked and commented on Facebook (Rebecca Roberts)
    Cheers!

  2. Love shopping on ebay. I find loads of unique things that will take YEARS and $$ to come to Canada. Trends are so behind in Canada.

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