The free features section is a continuation of our theme of making this the place for anyone to do business on the Web for free
Fletcher, NC (PRWEB) July 31, 2008
HighEndCrazy.com, a free online auction site / classified directory launched last year, has announced that the site is dedicated to remaining free for all users for as long as the site exists.
"We believe a lot of the ecommerce sites have gotten carried away with their fees," said HighEndCrazy.com co-founder John Green. "HighEndCrazy.com is intended to be the anti-eBay. It's easy to set up an account, you can be selling in minutes, and it's completely free."
The original emphasis of the site was on high end and collectible items, but the new focus positions the site as a marketplace for anyone wanting to sell anything without being gouged by fees. The site allows users to sell items via auction or classified ad, and all items for sale can be automatically added to a storefront. The site gives anyone the ability to open up an ecommerce store quickly and easily.
Soon the site will feature a new section devoted to free resources found across the Web. A video has also been added to the site that walks users through the process of setting up an account, adding auction items, adding classified items, and setting up stores. The video was created by Work Media, LLC, a search engine optimization / pay per click management company based in Nashville hired to promote the site.
"The free features section is a continuation of our theme of making this the place for anyone to do business on the Web for free," said Richard Green, John Green's partner and brother. "And the video is just another way of making it as easy as possible for people to use the site."