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Two New Swapping Sites, 99dresses and Swapdom — November 17, 2013

Two New Swapping Sites, 99dresses and Swapdom

Clothes!

I heard about 99dresses on the podcast, Download This Show. 99 dresses is a mobile app that enables users to swap clothes. You can list the clothes you want to swap and browse the app to swap with others.  It is only available on iOS now.  Hopefully 99dresses will be on Android soon.

Swapdom is another new swapping website. I heard about this site via a blog post by Kellie. You can list items, search for items you want, offer your stuff in exchange. Swapdom helps to arrange the swap.

Tradesy Brings New Life To Your Closet By Helping You Sell It To Others | Fast Company — October 24, 2012

Tradesy Brings New Life To Your Closet By Helping You Sell It To Others | Fast Company

Tradesy, an e-commerce mobile app and website that launches today, is attempting to take the hassle out of selling online by making it easy for you to cash in on all those unwanted clothes in your closet.CEO Tracy Dinunzio says she founded Tradesy to make the online selling experience as easy for the average woman as walking into her own closet and uploading photos of her unworn clothing to the site to start selling immediately, without having to worry about logistics, or what the site refers to as “the messy bits.”

via Tradesy Brings New Life To Your Closet By Helping You Sell It To Others | Fast Company.

 

Web Thrift Store Is Bringing The Thrift Industry Online — March 15, 2012

Web Thrift Store Is Bringing The Thrift Industry Online

From Mashable

WebThriftStore is bringing the $13 billion thrift industry online with a spin for good.

The online thrift store gives you an opportunity to give to a cause you care about, while getting rid of the junk around your house. Sellers decide what charity they’d like their resold goods to benefit, and the cause of their choice receives 80% of the sale.

“What’s really innovative is that you’re not selling — you’re donating, so there’s no risk of seller fraud,” Doug Krugman, who co-founded WebThriftStore with his wife Lynn Zises, told Mashable. “On eBay and other online retailers you have to deal with PayPal, maintaining a profile and establishing a reputation, which is why a lot of people don’t take the time to sell stuff online. We’ve taken money out of the equation.”

New(To Me)Online Swapping Sites — July 1, 2008