I’ll be reviewing a new social e-commerce community, Ubokia. Ubokia is an amazing Marketplace where the buyers post their WANTS and the sellers flock to provide it for them!
Ubokia enjoys a membership base of over 200,000, and adding more than 1,000 a day! There is no more searching, searching, searching for what you want. You just place whatever it is you want on the website and sellers come to YOU.
This isn’t knocking the sellers off either, because they don’t have to wait forever for someone to “look” at their items. The sellers can automatically connect with buyers who need what they have.
If you’ve ever used Craigslist, then you know how time consuming it can be to look through every single listing. There is no problem with eliminating spammers and scammers just looking to ruin someone’s day. With Ubokia- Just ask and you will receive.
Sounds nice doesn’t it? I won’t cry if I never have to be hassled with Craigslist and all the crap that goes with it. Ubokia is much more innovative, with an awesome- easy to use layout.
You can also manage everything on one website. Whether it be emails to potential sellers/buyers, payments, and negotiations with sellers who want a bid.
Ubokia uses a very safe way of paying and getting paid, so it’s a relief for both buyers and sellers. They let you pay with paypal- eliminating the need to meet (if you’re just buying something small) and eliminating not being able to get payment if you’re a seller.
Ubokia Everywhere is plugged in to my blog, and I’ve spend quite some time just looking, browsing, and having fun. Ubokia Everywhere is just for blogs- so that blog writers and readers can buy and sell between themselves. AND the biggest feature is- YOU’LL never have to leave Made.By.Jess.
You can find the Ubokia Marketplace on the right –The Green Ribbon Banner listed SHOP or just click here on Ubokia Marketplace to give it a go. Buying through a Blog means you get to interact with similar people. This makes it 100x better than using Craigslist!
Ubokia’s top five categories are apartments, automobiles and parts, furniture, antiques and collectibles, and consumer electronics.
I was compensated for this post. All opinions expressed are my own.
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