Grass Valley, CA, December 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- eAhoy, the e-commerce, community-driven marketplace, announced today that it is driving seller success by providing the ability to easily upload a video of products, services or GeoGarage sale items. Individual sellers and online merchants can post videos at no charge, providing a cost-effective medium to feature their products. The video function also enables non-profit organizations to more effectively monetize their outreach.
“The ability to use videos is a major differentiator to traditional high-volume e-commerce sites that only permit the posting of photos on their listings,” said Eric Schikore, executive vice president, eAhoy. “Power sellers will also appreciate the new Fee Saver option, a low, flat-rate subscription feature, in addition to the rent-free eAhoy store. The combination of great pricing options and full video selling features positions eAhoy as the smart alternative. If you like buying and selling online, you’re going to love eAhoy.”
The eAhoy store is ‘virtual’ and open for business 24/7/365. Anyone can use the eAhoy store or GeoGarage, including non-profits, schools, clubs, organizations and individuals. Sellers can post photos, videos, information and pricing for each item.
Headquartered in Grass Valley, California, eAhoy is a geo-targeted, social commerce marketplace and hosting platform for small businesses and individuals to sell, shop and connect in any geographic location. eAhoy.com provides a host of free services including web hosting, websites, shopping and selling platforms, events and classified listings. To learn more, visit www.eahoy.com.