1st Australian website to adopt the Ecommerce 2,0 concept
Released on: September 18, 2008, 10:27 pm
Press Release Author: Maclyn
Industry: International Trade
Press Release Summary: www.offerme.com.au saves time for both buyers and sellers according to them. This then provides sellers with accurate information assisting them to find buyers and potentially make multiple sales at once. Not only can sellers see how much buyers want to pay for an item, buyers can see what other people are requesting.
Press Release Body: For the 1st time in Australian ecommerce history, shoppers will have the power to tell the world what they want and how much they want to pay for it. Sydney-based business OfferMe.com.au opened its virtual doors for business on Tuesday 9th November, claiming it uses the latest concept in online commerce, Ecommerce 2.0, to make shopping over the Internet interactive, innovative and more user friendly. One of the site's main features gives consumers the ability to list the product they want to buy along with their ideal price range. This then provides sellers with accurate information assisting them to find buyers and potentially make multiple sales at once. Not only can sellers see how much buyers want to pay for an item, buyers can see what other people are requesting. This also makes OfferMe a useful market research tool for those seeking to find out what's hot on the market at the moment.
More Good news is that the site is free for retailers to gain quality leads.
According to OfferMe, shopping on www.offerme.com.au saves time for both buyers and sellers.If you want a particular item you simply request it on their site and All you have to do then is choose the best offer. Itís also easy for sellers. They are able to see how many buyers want to buy their products. With a few clicks of a computer mouse all potential customers can receive their offer. OfferMe believes that by utilising the new ecommerce concept, shopping online becomes easier and more exciting for everyone.
If you would like more information about OfferMe or would like to schedule an interview with Albert Yang please contact Katie Preston on 0416 438 584 or via email:firstname.lastname@example.org.