May 16, 2010 – Sell Stuff Online, Without All the Work

Selling basic goods online doesn’t have to be so hard. Instead of wasting time and energy trying to create an account and post your items on a secondary sales site like Craigslist or eBay, why not just sell items on your own? Finally, gives you a way to do that. The web-based application lets users host online sales on their own turf with the use of embeddable product links that can be posted onto any social networking profile, blog, or website, with ease. Without signing up or creating any new accounts, users can start selling their items and accepting payments via PayPal in just a matter of minutes.

To start selling products using, just enter the name of your item, the price you’d like to sell it for, and a short description. You can upload multiple photos to be included in the sales page, as well, along with tags and location information to help draw more potential buyers to your items. Within seconds, you’re presented with a unique sales page that can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, or Digg. You can also use the embeddable HTML code to add a product icon to your own personal website or blog. Because is fully integrated with PayPal, customer can pay for their products online and include a shipping address for the items to be mailed to with just a few short clicks.

If you’re feeling particularly charitable, offers a charity feature that lets sellers choose from a list of six charities and determine what percentage of their proceeds should be donated to the nonprofit group. Whether the goods you’re selling are physical or virtual, offers up an easy way to sell products online without the hassles associated with traditional sales websites.

Practical Uses:

  • Sell your handmade jewelry on the web
  • Use your blog to advertise all the items you have for sale
  • Advertise your car for sale on your Facebook page
  • Start accepting payments for your online sales through PayPal

Insider Tips:

  • Use the location feature to find items being sold in your area
  • Retweet your new sales listings on Twitter with one click
  • Ask customers to comment on their purchases on your sales page
  • Download the full size image of the product being sold on

What we liked:

  • No need to sign up or create an account to use
  • Shortened URLs make it easy to share links on Twitter and Facebook
  • Easy to donate a portion of the proceeds from a sale to charity
  • Ability to embed the HTML for any item on a blog or website

What we didn’t like:

  • Sellers pay a 5% fee for each sale they make, which is higher than the fees required for other sales sites


Company Info:

  • Launched: February 2010
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: New York, New York
  • Founded by: Perpetual Perception LLC
  • Web site:


  • charges sellers 5% of the total sales price for any item sold

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