There are other ways to pass it along, but most classified services have no focus. Looking for hand-me-downs in those services is a little daunting.
Sellersville, PA (PRWEB) December 16, 2008
What do growing children, tough economic times, and the Internet have in common? A simple answer might be online auctions or classifieds. But more specifically, a new and free online service called TooSmallFor.Me.
TooSmallFor.Me represents a new twist on Internet classified services, providing a clean look and a specific focus on clothes, toys, and other items that children have outgrown. It offers a way for parents to buy, sell or trade their items on their own terms, and at no cost.
"I know how the house starts filling up with stuff when kids grow and our needs change," says Harry Wynn, founder of TooSmallFor.Me. "There are other ways to pass it along, but most classified services have no focus. Looking for hand-me-downs in those services is a little daunting."
Just launched this month, the service doesn't yet have many listings. But because it is simple, clean, and free, Wynn expects it to quickly build a user base.
The service is straightforward: buyers can browse or search all posts, and each listing details whether a seller is willing to ship or offers local pick-up only. Prices are listed as fixed or negotiable. And buying is just a matter of connecting with the seller through the website and working out the details.
In short, it gets two people talking. And there are no fees when an item sells.
Meanwhile, selling is a simple matter of uploading any photos and writing about the item for sale. Formatting is handled by the system, and a local pick-up map shows a rough location. For security purposes, exact locations aren't provided on the site.
"It's a simple idea that I think will appeal to a lot of parents out there," says Wynn, "especially when the economy has us on the lookout for bargains."
For more details, please visit http://www.toosmallfor.me
About the Company:
TooSmallFor.Me is a service provided by Concept Cache LLC. It was launched in December, 2008 as a way for parents to buy, sell, and trade new or used children's goods.
Founded in January of 2008, Concept Cache offers a wide variety of services, from development of custom web applications using in-house developed technology, to desktop applications, business web sites, computer repair and security audits.
Harry J. Wynn IV
Concept Cache LLC