Sausalito, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2008
With the holidays fast approaching, iPoste.org offers an innovative way for its users and Santa to find just the right gift for those on their shopping list - from a cuddly puppy to a grand piano. Now, with the first ever video-enabled classifieds, iPoste.org connects buyers and sellers in a very personal way. Since iPoste.org allows shoppers to browse home-spun videos, it provides the busy gift-giver with an intimate and realistic view of the products or services they seek. And, because it's completely free, it's guaranteed to put the Ho, Ho, Ho back in the holiday shopping experience.
Although the first to introduce video classifieds as well as a video driven business directory, iPoste.Org is not simply another entry into the ever crowded field of online classified websites.
Launched in June 2006 by Bay Area entrepreneurs David Collins and John Nees, iPoste.Org is a community search engine and interactive website which connects people with their local and interest-based communities. The site aggregates timely RRS news feeds by specific areas of interest and provides a resource for posting text as well as videos for its classifieds, jobs, calendars, and community forum segments - all on a single web page.
According to the site's co-founder, Dave Collins, "iPoste.Org" solves the problem of connecting like-minded people by providing easy-to-navigate pages that "untangle" the Web." By simply selecting an interest and a city or zip code, iPoste.Org displays a web-page containing relevant information and videos, tailored to a users interest and local communities.
The enormous popularity of YouTube and other video enabled sites has generated tremendous interest in video as an emerging and accepted communication medium. With a view to the future, Mr. Collins envisions iPoste.Org as a template for the next generation of Web-based video applications, where users can easily produce and post their own mini-commercials and other video content and converge it with iTV. However, for now, all the elves at iPoste.org hope to bring a little more holiday cheer to its users and of course, to jolly St. Nick.
For more information, log on to the iPoste.org website at http://www.iposte.org.