Zaarly is a new start-up hitting the e-commerce scene. With a fairly simple concept, Zaarly allows you to make buy and sell goods or services online. This could be an easy open-door solution for small businesses trying to join the e-commerce world.
Zaarly is a start-up company, not even a year old yet, revolutionizing the way people buy or sell goods or services on the Internet. The concept is simple and the website is easy to use. Zaarly is taking the middleman out of e-commerce and directly connecting people with each other to fulfill specific needs.
It might sound tricky, but it could be even simpler than sites we know inside and out such as eBay or Amazon.
The concept of Zaarly is fairly straightforward: buy and sell with people around you. Active in 230 cities around the United States, Zaarly connects people directly with one another.
Any service or product you could ask for is probably available on Zaarly. It whittles commerce down to the bare essentials it needs in order to operate. The service does this by connecting with people to get a product or service. It’s that simple.
You can offer or ask for anything on Zaarly. Say, for instance, you’d like to go for a bike ride. The problem is you don’t have a bike. Throw it out there on Zaarly and state what you’d pay for it. It’s as simple as saying, “I need a bike for 2 hours and I’ll pay someone $20 for it.” After putting it out there on the Internet, you should expect some responses to hit your inbox.
This is a great resource for getting your product or service out there on the Internet. If you’re a dog walker, offer your service for whatever price you see fit. When people search for a dog walker, you’ll come up! If you make jewelry, put it out there. If there is a demand for your product, you could end up making a significant amount of money. You can control how much you make depending on what you offer and how much you charge. Making money by offering your products or services is so simple.
Zaarly is a great resource for both buyers and sellers. You’ll probably still get surprised by the sorts of things you’ll see on the site. You can ask for a band to play in your basement. You can sell homemade candles. You can ask someone to bring lunch to your office. You can offer your old cook books. It seems like what you can get and give through Zaarly is pretty much limitless.
This can be a great resource for people or businesses trying to break into the e-commerce world. Social Media Explorer is all about Zaarly, reporting “With this shift toward making it easier for small businesses to get customers without having to spend thousands on websites and SEO and digital marketing, Zaarly might just give them legs. And that could be a game-changer.”
If you have a product or service you want to start offering, Zaarly can easily serve as the gateway into your own e-commerce adventure.
Lindsey Miller is a lively free-spirit who loves to go out and experience life and then write about it. She takes photographs frequently, listens to music constantly, and bikes aimless hours around Philadelphia—sometimes all at the same time. Lindsey is truly fascinated by human beings and the relationships they have with one another. All she really wants to do is travel the world… and write about it.