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App of the week: Try out Quickable Mobile Marketplace

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Posted: Sunday, September 16, 2012 4:30 am

Quickable Mobile Marketplace is a new app on the market that could be extremely helpful for retail sellers looking to save time and reach more people.

Quickable Mobile Marketplace was designed to make instant mobile commerce easier then ever.

The app allows users to cross-list their goods on multiple sales sights. Instead of having to list every item for sale one site at a time, Quickable is a one-stop shop for online sales. One post on Quickable lists an item on eBay, Craigslist, Twitter, Facebook and the company’s own Quickable Mobile Marketplace.

Features

  • Free service permits sellers to connect with potential buyers on multiple online venues using a smartphone.
  • Leverages the always-on/always-with-you nature of the smartphone.
  • Takes less than 45 seconds to post an item to all major electronic marketplaces and social media sites.

Quickable is used by more than 45,000 customers.

Quickable is new to the market place, and there are hundreds of thousands of apps out there for businesses. It is impossible to know if it will pass the test of time, but the price seems to be right for its services.

A time-saving device that allows retailers to be in contact with their customers 24/7 could serve a long-term niche.

And since it is free, it is easy for businesses to give it a try as the digital marketplace continues to develop.

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