New York, NY (PRWEB) September 4, 2007
ComputerShopper.com today announces the launch of its Marketplace at http://marketplace.computershopper.com/ . Visitors to the site can browse listings of technology products for sale or post their own free listings.
Created in partnership with Edgeio, a leader in online listings, the Marketplace is currently in beta, but visitors may already browse or post their listings.
"ComputerShopper.com users are voracious consumers of technology, and quickly replace their gear for the next hot products," said Josh London, General Manager. "The Computer Shopper Marketplace offers them a way to sell their older products, or buy some new ones, for free. We are pleased to partner with Edgeio bring this functionality to our users".
"We are pleased that ComputerShopper.com has chosen us to launch its Marketplace," said Keith Teare, CEO of Edgeio, "for classified listings belong where people read their content. By partnering with this recognized powerhouse in technology shopping, ComputerShopper.com extends their value to their readers and Edgeio demonstrates its capabilities in delivering valuable services to Publishers, Advertisers and Consumers."
ComputerShopper.com and Computer Shopper magazine offer advertisers an integrated solution to reach consumers as they research and purchase technology products. Serving Computer Shopper has been proudly serving the needs of its branding and direct-response clients for 27 years.
About Computer Shopper
In print and online at http://www.computershopper.com , our expert staff of technology editors helps readers cut through technology-buying clutter with focused editorial that is informative, relevant and actionable. Computer Shopper offers in-depth product reviews, comparison tools and buying advice that empower users with the information they need to purchasing decisions.
edgeio is a leader in online listings platforms. The company's vision is to provide an open platform that enables listings providers, advertisers and other content providers to interact with users across all platforms. Products include edgedirect, edgeio.com (and its Chinese sister site mulu100.com) and edgeio marketplaces plus a rich set of APIs. edgeio is based in Palo Alto, Calif. and was founded in 2005 by Keith Teare, the company's chairman of the board and chief executive officer, and Michael Arrington, a member of edgeio's board of directors. For more information see http://www.edgeio.com/