First Napster, Now Pricester! Pricester.com announces free e-commerce websites for all

While Napster provided millions of people around the world free music in the past, Pricester.com is now offering free fully functional e-commerce websites for people worldwide, said Bernard Gutman, Pricester.comÂ?s Chairman.

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Hollywood, FL (PRWEB) November 24, 2004

While Napster provided millions of people around the world free music in the past, Pricester.com is now offering free fully functional e-commerce websites for people worldwide, said Bernard Gutman, Pricester.com’s Chairman.

The Pricester.com portal, constructed from a proprietary patent-pending database system created and engineered by Joe Puentes, Pricester.com’s President, allows for millions of web stores to be created with full e-commerce capability.

Pricester.com today announced, for the first time ever according to Gutman, free e-commerce enabled websites for individuals, small businesses, hobbyists, collectors and other “e-tailers” worldwide who want to create their own personalized online stores.

“When it comes to online retailing, sellers have distinctive products, services and styles that can be hard to capture in a ‘cookie-cutter’ site,” Gutman continued.

Pricester.com’s free website software enables anyone to create an attractive selling platform for products and services within the supportive framework of Pricester.com’s online marketplace.

Each personalized retail site on Pricester.com has full e-commerce ordering and processing functions, including credit card payments through Paypal, customer order tracking and authorized returns. The Pricester.com site will also calculate shipping costs via an array of alternative shipping methods and carriers. All the e-tailer has to do is fulfill the order by shipping the goods to the customer.

“Unlike every other store or auction website, or ISP hosted commercial site on the Internet, only the Pricester.com online store offers a fully functional commercial online presence with no hosting, setup, item, listing or monthly subscription or membership fees,” added Gutman. “The only cost to the e-tailer is a nominal fee on each completed transaction ranging from one to four percent.”

Since it went online in January, 2004, Pricester.com has grown quickly with over 10,500 members and more than 3,000 web-stores on line and is averaging four million visitors from all over the world each month. By year’s end, Gutman expects these numbers to be even greater as a result of advertising, community outreach, direct sales and, most importantly, by word-of-mouth.

For more about Pricester.com, visit its website or call (800) 839-7994.

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