The website is great because it uses videos and chat that brings buyers and sellers together to communicate directly throughout the whole shopping process.
(PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Myzilch, a new online ecommerce site, proudly announces the launch of their new website myzilch.com. The new site acts as social media bidding site allowing users to upload high quality videos showcasing their items, and then allowing other users to bid on the item. The website offers never before seen features providing a better user experience in the social media and online shopping communities.
“The website is great because it uses videos and chat that brings buyers and sellers together to communicate directly throughout the whole shopping process,” says Kenneth Mathurin, founder of Myzilch.com.
Myzilch allows users to find the best bargains and hottest in-demand items in a broad range of categories, ranging from antiques and arts to consumer electronics and camera gear. They’ve also set up an easy checkout with PayPal to make the whole process more streamlined and easy for shoppers.
“We wanted to make it easy for users to have the ability to post their most prized items to sell with high quality video capability to bring a new type of engagement never before seen in the social community. The fact that it’s also a social media platform is what makes us unlike other shopping sites,” says Kenneth.
Myzilch.com makes selling online easy with a three step process where users: sign up for an account, create a video and list it, then sell and watch the bids come in. The browsing process is just as easy and is much more personal through the showcased videos users create to show off todays most asked for items.
For more information visit http://www.myzilch.com
Myzilch is a social community site founded with the premise and the ultimate goal of becoming the leader in video community shopping. The website provides a one-on-one experience where buyer and seller meet through video demonstrations, bringing the personal touch back to online shopping.