I'm only pointing out the wishes of the Harris family. I feel strongly that these should be respected.
I do understand that things get called things other than their original names, for all sorts of reasons, but at the moment, there is still a remote possibility that the correct name could be the one to be remembered, so I'm busily pointing it out whenever I can.
I do agree with you, I was simply devil's advocating for a moment. And I do try to name them correctly - although I still mention axe somewhere in the listing as it is still a keyword that people search for, although I suppose in its way this is simply making the use of the correct name further away...
Difficult to know what to do as an internet seller, I need to get people to find the listing in the first place, so do I miss out on those people using the incorrect term, or fish (on the hoof editing: please excuse the unintentional pun)
using the widest net possible?
Or is this really getting into the realms of keyword spamming, if it is not the correct name?
Likewise, is it reasonable to spell Wedgwood as Wedgewood somewhere in your listing to attract the people who can't spell. Which in fact I don't do.
So am I talking myself out of using the term axe at all?
(please excuse the stream of consciousness.....