Bayt.com launches 'classifieds' section
Dubai, March 2, 2010
Bayt.com, the leading Middle East job site, has launched a full-fledged ‘classifieds’ section, providing the first pan-regional, multi-tier, aggregated online marketplace for goods and services.
With the convenient and easy-to-use Classifieds platform, the Bayt.com community – which already includes over four million registered professionals from across the Mena region – can enjoy a leading lifestyle service by selling or buying goods online in a high-traffic marketplace, said a statement.
Users benefit from an array of advantages, including pan-regional reach for goods and services among a professional community, efficiency of pricing dynamics in a transparent online marketplace, state-of-the-art instant search tools and unique options for positioning products and services for purchase or sale, said the statement.
The demographics and psychographics of the Bayt.com community of registered professionals and visitors lend themselves extremely well to the Classifieds platform as they are largely internet-savvy, upwardly mobile professionals with healthy propensities to turn over goods and services and a strong desire to enjoy highly efficient marketplace dynamics, according to a spokesperson.
“Sifting through classifieds can often be a highly time-consuming activity, so in launching Bayt.com Classifieds, we wanted to provide an easy-to-view and use, uncluttered space where the region’s professionals and other visitors can easily and efficiently buy and sell goods and even services online,” said Omar Tahboub, VP of Engineering at Bayt.com.-TradeArabia News Service
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