The UK-Based, Online Trade Auction Website Launches New Membership Features & Site Tools

Share Article, a rapidly growing online platform where customers post jobs they need done and wait for professional to submit their quotes, has just introduced many new site features and new membership types for service professionals.

London builders, London Tradesmen, Rated Tradesman London, Good Tradesman London allows users to post a job they need done and to obtain quotes from multiple tradesmen. Average savings for customers range between 15- 30%. The service is entirely free and non-obligatory for job posters!

3 levels of membership are now available to tradesmen on At £24.99 a month, Silver membership is the highest level of membership, which allows complete access to every feature: submit unlimited quotes each month, no cap on the value of projects, the option to place private/hidden quotes, job alerts via email, an enhanced profile, and much more. Basic membership at £9.99 offers the same as above minus the option of submitting hidden quotes and comes with a cap on the maximum project amount of £5,000. The Free membership option is exactly that. There are absolutely no fees at all, however there is a £500 limit on projects with this membership option, and no job alerts. Profile listings and the number of quotes are also restricted. is a rapidly growing, online platform where customers find quality tradesmen and service providers for all their needs. Buyers post the jobs they have on the site and tradesmen can view it and submit their quotes. Buyers can then browse through tradesmen profiles and their ratings to find appropriate people to work for them. This web-based exchange brings buyers and tradesmen together in a unique way with reduced risk. The page also features a rated tradesmen directory that can be accessed by customers. Although founded in 2008, already has more than 4000 users and receives over 200,000 page impressions per month.

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