Commuto Helps People to Barter Locally and Save Money

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In harsh economic times, Commuto proves to be a cost-effective alternative to holiday shopping

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We are very thankful for the users we have today and for their involvement. They have had some great suggestions and voiced their frustrations and through their help we were able to mold Commuto into what our user, and hopefully future users, want.

Commuto.com, the first social bartering network, is pleased to announce that after extensive testing and reworking of the site, they are no longer in beta.

Commuto launched in beta during the summer and has received high praise since its launch from publications such as Mashable, Daily Candy, CNET, Financial Post and others. Through this publicity Commuto was able to develop a wonderful community of active and vocal users who have helped shape Commuto and ready it for its launch.

"We are very thankful for the users we have today and for their involvement. They have had some great suggestions and voiced their frustrations and through their help we were able to mold Commuto into what our user, and hopefully future users, want." says Stephen Arbib, Founder of Commuto, "We are focused on making Commuto the most popular bartering site online, and especially during these difficult economic times, I believe Commuto to be a very valuable resource to help students and others get what they want without having to spend any money".

Since its beta launch Commuto has released a Facebook application, that provides nearly all the functionality of Commuto within Facebook, and their Barter Buddy widget that helps users find others in their communities with similar interests based on what they own, want, and like. Through Barter Buddy, users are able to build local specific communities with ease and find users in their cities who fit exactly who they want in their communities.

For more information please visit Commuto's Blog

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Commuto is an online social bartering network where members can swap in person with others members in their cities, schools, workplaces or any other communities they create. For more information please visit Commuto

Contact:
Shelly Aboutbol
416/271-5911
media(at)commuto.com
http://www.commuto.com

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