Users Can Now Post Listings On Facebook, MySpace and Twitter

Share Article offers online auction users the opportunity to share items on Facebook, MySpace and Twitter profiles.

The social media phenomenon comes to online auction users. Now, users of the new online auction website can post items they are selling, buying or watching to their Facebook, MySpace and Twitter profiles.

With just a few clicks, users can share with social media friends and groups. Social media integration allows users the possibility to spread items for sale across a wide range of friends, showcase items they are watching and increase conversation about popular items on the site. serves "must" sellers who need money quickly and are willing to sell their used items at lower prices than they otherwise might, as long as the deal gets done quickly. With quick turn around, buying and selling is done more quickly, easily and efficiently.

The site also requires that buyers pay in four to twelve hours, so sellers can take the first acceptable offer and get paid within hours. If the buyer fails to pay within the allotted time, the item automatically goes back on sale.

Now that listings can reach a broad range of social media users, clients have the opportunity to join a new class of online auction and generate powerful online shopping.

For a limited time, the Oceanside, California-based company will be offering free listings to all sellers.

About, the online marketplace, is the fastest way to buy and sell online. Each listing is only 99 cents until sold, and buyers have four to twelve hours to pay or the item automatically goes back on sale. On, want-to-buy adds are always free, and unlike other online auction sites there are no final value fees.

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