Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) March 27, 2006
Derrick Allen, a 20 year old North Carolina based internet entrepreneur, was recently featured in Carolina's own Let's Talk: open discussion (March 22, 2006) where he was interviewed by Dianne McDowell amongst the army of standby entrepreneurs'. Derrick was more than enthusiastic in presenting (http://www.better-deals.net) a website he describes as "a must see for all internet buyers as well as sellers." Better-deals includes great deals on eBay merchandise, the entire ClickBank marketplace, as well as an assortment of articles and resources, extremely valuable to everyone interested in buying or selling on eBay.
Derrick and his partner Lauren evaluated several website opportunities and ideas before settling on (http://www.better-deals.net) So why did you settle? "We believe that in spite of the countless offers and endless promises provided by the almighty internet that it would however be nice to find a website that delivers exactly what they promise, better-deals." Derrick replied. "When Derrick approached me with the concept he was so passionate about the idea, not to mention I had never seen another website that had so much to offer, so of course I agreed to a partnership." said Lauren.
Derrick estimates http://www.better-deals.net has the ability to change even the most skeptic at heart of internet shopping. "They say within the near future almost all shopping will be done online and when it does I just want the people to do business with a familiar face."
excerpts from: Let's Talk: open discussion
Derrick invites the public to view his new site:
About Better-Deals:http://www.better-deals.net provides great deals on merchandise such as: electronics, cars, sporting goods, computers, ClickBank products, eBay auctions as well as a variety of eBay articles and resources to help you become a better eBay seller, or inform you if you want to be a better eBay buyer. Derrick predicts the company will become a market leader in its niche. http://www.better-deals.net conducts its business almost entirely online.
Special thanks to both Dave Purves and Tim Knox for creation and web design.