Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 19, 2010
TradingCradles.com is the cheapest and fastest way to swap out all of that expensive baby stuff that is collecting dust in your closet. With the average new parent spending over $10,000 on a baby in the first year, the site helps time strapped mommies and daddies save money and clear the clutter.
“We want to make parenting more affordable and less stressful. Times are tough. And, while new parents are struggling financially, their closets are full of outgrown car seats, cribs and clothing. That’s valuable stuff. It is essentially brand new and it is collecting dust,” says Jason Tenenbown, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Trading Cradles LLC, “We are giving parents a new way to turn that stuff into dollars and an easy alternative to buying new.”
The site is free and easy. You don’t have to be Bill Gates to sell an item. You don’t have to be Bill Shakespeare to write a description. To sell items, parents go to the site, upload one photo and type a quick twitter-like description that is limited to 250 characters.
Buying is hassle free. Products can be searched by category, brand, and location. The site then facilitates safe peer-to-peer communication, so parents can make a deal and arrangements for a safe, offline handover.
There are no logins, no credit cards, and no hassles. All ads posted are safe-checked by a parental team and distributed across the TradingCradles.com network of parents that is already 20,000 strong.
Mommy bloggers, take note! The site also has a cool, blog posting board called “The Scoop” that is designed to let you publish twitter-like summaries of your blog posts to attract new readers!
For additional information on TradingCradles.com, contact Jason Tenenbown, Co-founder Trading Cradles LLC, at Jason(at)tradingcradles(dot)com or visit http://www.tradingcradles.com.
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