If you're trying to sell an electronic item you own, there are a lot of ways to do it. However, if you have ever tried, you know that it is incredibly easy to get lost in the mass of listings, and you have to do it the way the marketplace wants you to.
Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central and Todd Aune of The Elder Divide talk with beZilch, where you can decide how you want to sell. If you are more interested in getting a good price, you can post a listing, but if speed is more important, you can browse listings of people looking to buy your item.
On the buying side, obviously you have the same capabilities: if you care about price, you can list that you are interested in buying, including your price. If you are interested in speed, you can browse listings for people who are currently trying to sell one.
Even better, you have the ability, as both a seller and buyer, to limit your activity to your local area or national. So, why trade your device in for, at best, 50% of its value when you could sell on beZilch for a price of your choosing?
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