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Want To Know Where The Golden Egg of XP Hides?

Want To Know Where The Golden Egg of XP Hides?

This may be a silly question but would you like to know where the Golden Egg of XP is right now?

When it moves would you like to be among the first to know where it has moved to?

And finally would you like to be updated with this news, for free, 24 hours a day?

If you have answered “no” to any of those questions then you must either have stumbled upon this blog by mistake or you are already aware of this news!

First of all it was a bit of an open secret that the Golden Egg of XP was only shown at one site at a time and that it moved automatically to a new site every hour.

It moves between sites with the tiered XP surf badges and many teams had devised their own systems of finding the egg and alerting their team members to where it was.

But now we are taking care of all that for you…all you have to do is to follow Click Track Profit on Twitter if you are not already doing so.

Then at about 15 minutes after the hour you will get a Tweet telling you where the Golden Egg just happens to be.

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CTP on Twitter

And this is an example of the tweets you will be getting…

We know that a lot of teams still like to hunt the eggs which is why the 15 minute delay is built into sending out the tweets.

For those that want a 15 minute advantage on everyone else…then just carry on doing what you are already doing.



32 responses to “Want To Know Where The Golden Egg of XP Hides?”

  1. Sig says:

    An other cool way!!

    Aha that made me figure out, its at ninja right now πŸ™‚ cool

  2. Kathy Dyer says:

    This is fantastic! Thank you!

  3. Wendy Browning says:

    What an amazing gift. You have just saved me hours and hours of looking for something I may have never found thank you.

  4. Oh oh, more competition with the egg hunt now the secret is out

  5. Maya says:

    Great, just what we needed!

  6. Wow that’s cool, thanks Patrick!

  7. Kris Rogers says:

    Thank you this is a great help!

  8. Charlotte says:

    Awesome! A great timesaver πŸ™‚

  9. Raj G says:


    Awesome feature in tracking Golden Eggs and putting at rest all the guess work and sometimes frustrations too…. Happy Egg Collections… Enjoy!


  10. Brilliant simply Brilliant! A great excuse for me to spend more time on Twitter! πŸ™‚

  11. steven schofield says:

    Awesome news about the golden eggs of xp.

  12. Georgia Stewart says:

    AWESOME – I’m always searching for those eggs!

  13. Stephen Whittle says:

    Great use of Twitter!

  14. So what I’m hearing is the participating TE’s just want that extra traffic from those not willing to hunt. he he. Works for me.

  15. Debb Lafevre says:

    awesome piece of the puzzle….will save lots of time

  16. Mary Golon says:

    Great idea!

  17. Jon says:

    Am I odd in preferring the old way of finding eggs? Blind luck or word of mouth worked for me. This is like getting the answers for a test before you take the test – great results but with little substance.

  18. woohoo and we can still hunt for the egg for 15 minutes to try to find it before the tweet. YAY!!!!!!

  19. Lynn M says:

    Yeah… I can certainly understand why some might not be so happy with this since I am sure a lot of the teams were using finding the egg as a team strategy for an advantage. On the other hand, there’s still a strategy aspect if you can find the egg within the first 15 minutes, so I’m leaning more towards the positive than negative on this one.

  20. Karen Kuty says:

    Thank you soooooo much; I have had a really tough time finding those darn eggs. This will help me and my team a great deal. Yay TimTech! Go Team Wake Up Now!

  21. Rob P. says:

    This is good news to know for those of us that can’t find that elusive golden egg.

  22. Laura Godin says:

    I’m very happy about this!

  23. Callum Roxburgh (thewealthmgr) says:

    Very cool, I was wondering if at some future date that the retweet function at CTP might include our own referral id’s for retweets of the egg location.

  24. Callum Roxburgh (thewealthmgr) says:

    I have been using it but my only criticism is that the referral links in the tweets are not my referral links but somebody elses.

  25. Patricia Dean says:

    Love this, thanks!!!

  26. Kendra Morgan says:

    I much preferred the old way of having to hunt for the eggs. This way is just a distraction.

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