TAMPA, FL (PRWEB) February 1, 2006
TWay, the customer-focused online auction site, today announced Live Negotiation, a new real-time way for buyers and sellers to negotiate the sale of items on the internet.
Sellers can opt to offer their items via a Live Negotiation option. A Live Negotiation takes place at a specific time and place on the TWay website. The time and place is listed by the seller on the Item Detail page.
Buyers come to the Item Detail Page and the appointed time, and can enter into a lively and spirited exchange that mimics a real-time auction. According to Dean Burnetti, TWay’s president.
“A Live Negotiation adds an element of excitement and immediacy to the online buy-sell process,” Burnetti said. “It is offered only on TWay, and buyers and sellers alike tell us that it is a very exciting way to negotiate sales.”
During the Live Negotiation, buyers can enter offers directly to the seller in real time. The seller can accept or reject any and all offers. During the Live Negotiastion, buyers can see their bid ranking, and can see whether someone else is outbidding them.
Items listed in the Live Negotiation category can be bought immediately if the seller elects that option in addition to the Live Negotiation plan. With that option, a “Just Buy It Now” button is visible on the Item Detail page.
“We developed the Live Negotiation feature because our customers told us they liked the idea of an exciting live negotiation,” Burnetti said. “It has been very well received by buyers and sellers alike.”
Live Negotiation is just one of a number of new features introduced by TWay, which has just completed a complete overhaul and redesign of its website. The new website offers a new color scheme, new member forums and a split-view approach, with half the page devoted to auctions and the other half devoted to TWay “stores.”
ABOUT TWAY.COM: TWay.com moves online buying and selling to the next level with unparalleled flexibility, options and service. It also offers marketing partnership opportunities to savvy entrepreneurs. To learn more, visit the website at http://www.TWay.com.