– An Easy Way To Buy & Sell Online

Glyde.comWe can define Glyde as a marketplace in which everything revolves around one-to-one relationships. That is, here users can interact directly with each other, and the idea is to avoid the depersonalization of big online retailers.

As a result, site users engage directly and the transactions that are carried benefit from the fact that the company offers pre-addressed and pre-stamped envelopes. There are also no fees for using the site, so that it is the users the ones who are getting the best deals indeed.

When it comes to setting up an account, there is comprehensive information on how to organize your collection along with both “How to buy” and “How to sell” guides.

The website itself is browsable in the way that ecommerce sites traditionally are, and you will find a “Daily Deals” category for you to see what has been going on recently within the site.

When all is said and done, Glyde stands as an alternative to other online commerce spots, and one that will suit those who want to have a more personalized time at that. These individuals are going to constitute Glyde’s main userbase. In Their Own Words

“Glyde has created a selling experience unsurpassed anywhere on the web. It takes merely seconds to list an item for sale, and it’s effortless to send your sold items in our pre-addressed, pre-stamped mailers – we send you the packaging. There are no descriptions to write, no pictures to upload, no stamps to lick, no post office lines to navigate, and no emails to send. The best part is there are NO upfront fees – we don’t think we should make any money if you don’t. We also think we can make the world a little bit of a better place by enabling sellers to donate part or all of their proceeds to charity with a click. Just think – those books you haven’t touched in years can help fight illiteracy.

These days, wouldn’t it be nice to easily turn your unneeded things into money to pay your bills, buy a new book for your kid, or even donate to those less fortunate?”

Why It Might Be A Killer

Not everybody is keen on sites like eBay and Amazon. There are people who want a more personalized experience. This site will cater for them perfectly.

Some Questions About

Which product categories could be added to the already existing ones?