Atlanta, GA (PressExposure) May 04, 2009 -- PutACart.com's ability to help consumers sell anything, anywhere on the Internet is a potentially timely solution to a growing need. The simple concept, which asks users to pay a one-time fee for an account, allows customers to put an online shopping cart on their favorite social networks such as Facebook and Myspace, as well as a wide variety of blog platforms.
Users of rapidly growing social networking communities (along with business of all types) are constantly looking for ways to tap in to the potential revenue this unique type of Internet traffic may generate. In addition, the global economic turmoil has inspired the exploration of alternative and additional sources of income, and many have turned to Internet-based avenues with the simple flexibility they provide. PutACart aims to solve both of these issues.
Regardless of the type of product a user may want to sell, or the web design knowledge they may possess, PutACart is capable of accommodating them. Users' one-time fee provides them access to a product and order management dashboard. An unlimited number of products can be created by each user, and products can be shippable, downloads, or subscriptions. Users put their products up for sale by copying and pasting a piece of generated code to their blogs and social network profile pages.
Orders are processed using PayPal, providing PutACart users the ability to accept credit and debit card payments, as well as ensuring them the comfort that the PayPal system's security and reliability brings.
"One of the achievements we are most proud of is the lineup of sites and places our users can sell their products," said PutACart.com creator Raleigh Gresham. "Because the system is so basic, products can be sold anywhere someone can paste basic HTML code."
Gresham emphasized PutACart's commitment to Internet users who may not have a wealth of technical knowledge, but have a product they want to market to consumers.
"From those work-at-home folks who have huge catalogs of affiliate products, to the garage bands wanting to sell their music downloads, we really want to help anyone, sell anything, anywhere on the Internet," he said. Gresham noted that the site is projected to grow to 12,000 users by the end of this year.