ShoppersBase.com - New Shopping Social Bookmarking Site

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Online shoppers will visit numerous shopping sites, reading product reviews, product surveys and product feedbacks before eventually buying the product. With ShoppersBase online shoppers will be able to save time by focusing their attention reading and visiting "popular" bookmarks which other shoppers have taken time to submit. There are other features being added to make online shopping experience less frustrating.

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When you think of social bookmarking sites, the name Del.icio.us, Digg and Yahoo MyWeb comes to mind. Well you can now add "ShoppersBase" to the list of social bookmarking sites.

Although still in its beta stage, ShoppersBase.com is a social bookmarking site predominately for online shoppers and online shopping community as a whole. Unlike general social bookmarking sites, ShoppersBase allows you to submit, share and bookmark shopping related news, product reviews, product announcements, brand name stores news, shopping related articles, surveys, Shopping blogs and comparison search engines press releases/news.

As we know that social bookmarking sites allows users to organise their bookmarks using tags. In ShoppersBase case, users will be able to share and organise their shopping stories, sites and news using popular shopping related keywords as tags. This will allow shoppers to read and bookmark what other shoppers favourite shopping interest are if they like it.

Online shopping can be time consuming and frustrating at times even when you know what you are looking for. Online shoppers will visit numerous shopping sites, reading product reviews, product surveys and product feedbacks before eventually buying a product. With ShoppersBase online shoppers will be able to save time by focusing their attention reading and visiting "popular" bookmarks which other shoppers have taken time to submit. There are other features being added to make online shopping experience less frustrating.

Online shoppers will be able to follow what other shoppers are interested in through our RSS feeds. They can read other shoppers bookmarks and add them to their library if they choose to.

To get started users should visit us and register before they can submit and share their shopping related news, announcements, shopping sites and product reviews.

Contact: Joseph Akintaju

http://www.shoppersbase.com

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