10 thoughts on “Ztail, online listings made easy”

  1. Hi Om
    And when you make that blog make sure to include the tag “listing” with each item so that it ends up in edgeio directly. Its that simple 🙂


  2. What happens when someone agrees to buy the item on Craigslist and Edgeio while someone else does a BuyItNow on eBay? Do you guys have a way set up to handle buying ‘race conditions’ (for lack of a better phrase :)?

    Nick Mazza
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  3. That’s what I was about to ask. How do you manage the multiple markets/auctions at once? Or do you pick a single one (like eBay) and have the others link there. e.g., “I have a powerbook for sale, auction at eBay” and have that show up on facebook and edgeio

  4. Keith, good point. Ztail users can select automatic publishing to edgeio when they create a listing. Let us know if we can do anything to enhance this feature. Very excited to work with you.

    Nick, Bill Erickson has it right. If you are selling on eBay, links to the listing will direct buyers to transact on eBay.

    We just released this week, many more features coming. The comments are great!

  5. I know a couple of the guys that work at Ztail, including Hudak, and they’re good guys. Congrats on the launch! I need to sell some stuff – this is a good reminder to try it out.

  6. I’ve used the site fairly extensively and found it really helpful. I HATE the process of selling stuff, but zTail has made it easy so I’m digging out all the hidden treasures I have laying around and putting them on the market! Good stuff, zTail. I highly recommend given it a try.

    -Craig D.

  7. How do they make money? I’m leary in putting in the time and effort to list items on a site that doesn’t seem to have a clear way in making money.
    Also they say that you can list your items on all of their listed areas (Tell us if you want to sell on eBay, classifieds, your social network or all of the above!) – but that doesn’t seem to be the case, it’s either eBay or Ztail (Edgeio, Oodle, Google, etc.) not both.

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