Tampa, Florida (PressExposure) June 02, 2008 -- Paul Fischer, COO of Bidjit.com has announced that Bidjit Widgets (beta) will be available within the next few weeks. Bidjit.com will offer its users a wide range of widgets. Users list their products on Bidjit.com, create a Bidjit Product Listing widget and drive traffic to their listings (via their web sites and blogs) 24/7. "Bidjit is all about offering sellers every possible tool to drive traffic and sales to their listings," stated Fischer.
In addition, Bidjit will launch its Seller Stores by Monday, May 31st. Bidjit Stores will offer sellers the opportunity to open their own stores in which to their products. In addition, Bidjit stores will offer components for sellers to post their own blogs, articles, guides and photo albums within their stores. "In order to be compete into today's online auction industry you have to be forward-thinking and offer as many tools as possible to assist your sellers in their quest for success. Social networking has proved to be the most cost effective avenue in which to drive traffic to our sellers listings and as such, we will continue to upgrade Bidjit to offer every imaginable seller tool possible to that end," stated Fischer.
Bidjit combines a static auction site with real time Global Live Streaming Broadcast technology. The site offers Broadcast Channels, which substitute as selling categories. Sellers list their goods within the static auction side of the site and BidJit's Live Broadcast hosts select listings (at random) and talk about the items being offered.
Sellers can list their items auction style or opt to sell at a fixed price. The site also offers Dutch style auctions for those wish to sell in quantity. In addition, the site offers Luxury Classified Listings, which appeal to Real Estate and Yacht Brokers.
BidJit is a bit different than television shopping channels in that it doesn't work to sell its own merchandise, its focus is to assist its registered users in selling their merchandise. In addition, the site offers national advertisers the least expensive form of advertising available on the market today.