Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 3, 2008
iTaggit (http://www.itaggit.com), the leading online collection Web site that aims to change the way people showcase and monetize their personal items and collections, today challenged consumers to get organized in 2008. A recent survey issued by FranklinCovey revealed that getting organized ranked as the fourth most popular New Year’s resolution for 2008*. While the task often tops the list of common New Year’s resolutions, most consumers rarely stick to their goals.
“Trying to organize even the smallest group of items can be daunting at times,” said iTaggit Marketing Manager, Casey Gannon. “iTaggit’s functionality and simple site navigation aims to help make the process of managing your things as painless as possible.”
From the number of gifts that are exchanged over the holidays between family and friends, to closeout and gift certificate-fueled buying sprees immediately following Christmas, the traditional flurry of holiday commerce amounts to one inevitable repercussion: more stuff to organize, and in many cases, plenty of stuff to sell. But this process can be overwhelming without the right tools.
Whether a user is looking to share the glorious effect of new treasures like a mint edition Absolute Watchmen, or just wanting to unload an extra copy of Guitar Hero for extra cash, iTaggit provides a simple and easy-to-use service for accomplishing these tasks. And especially after Christmas, when it comes time to decide what to keep and what to get rid of, iTaggit helps transform a painful process into a productive – and even profitable – one. iTaggit users can upload digital records of assets through an Add Item Wizard or Amazon import tool and then organize and complete information fields on the site to easily keep track of their things. Additionally, users can sell unwanted items directly on eBay from within the iTaggit interface.
“Keeping track of who gave me what for Christmas and what I want to keep or sell is always something I dread,” said Ashleigh Wetzel, an avid iTaggit collector. “With iTaggit, I am now able to keep track of everything, whether I’m typing in the story behind a gift I received or selling something on eBay, all from one place.”
iTaggit is a web-based item management information system that provides “the place for every thing” by securely storing and organizing information, enabling research, and building communities based on individuals and collections of items. This essential online environment allows our user community to maximize the value and enjoyment of their stuff. iTaggit was founded in 2006 in Austin, Texas. For more information visit http://www.itaggit.com .
*FranklinCovey, “FranklinCovey Survey Reveals Top 3 New Year's Resolutions for 2008: Eliminate Debt, Lose Weight, Develop Healthy Habits, 2007,” Business Wire, December 18, 2007.
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