As many of you know, I have been working on a handful of internet services the last few months aimed at individuals and small businesses. Today I am pleased to announce the official launch of one of these services, No Cart.
No Cart is a very simple application that allows you to sell an item anywhere online. The only catch is you have to promote it.
No Cart simply asks for the name of the item you want to sell, the price, and your PayPal address, and generates a short address where the item can be purchased. Other optional information, such as a description, shipping costs, part number, and quantity available can also be added.
The idea behind No Cart is to make it so anyone can sell an item online, anywhere – even social networks like Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook for no cost at all.
No Cart is different from eBay because there are no fees, auctions, or registrations needed, and is different from craigslist because items are private until you promote them. No Cart simply provides a place where the item can be purchased and statistics on the result of your efforts.