iqzone Inc. launches their innovative SnapSendSell (TM) mobile classifieds service today, at CTIA. The world’s first system of broadcasting and searching classifieds on your mobile device is now live and being showcased at iqzone’s CTIA Wireless booth #381.
In less than 60 seconds, you can broadcast a classified ad from your mobile phone, and have it viewed by other moble users. As the name of the service might suggest, users snap a picture, send it to an email, and wait as it sells.
But the service doesn’t stop at just pictures, with the ability to take video clips of the item you want to sell, you can bring even more detail and appeal to your item. A text description can be attached (you do have a qwerty keyboard on your mobile, don’t you?) to the item’s picture or video clip. And sending the item to the server is as easy as emailing it to email@example.com. Once uploaded, the “intelligent agent then categorizes and maximizes exposure of ads, broadcasting them to the universe of relevant online and print classifieds.”
With a flick of your fingers and a flip of the phone, users can broadcast and access mobile classifieds for everything from cars and video games to concert tickets and jobs. And with video clips, users can create personalized ads – allowing personal introductions and even demonstrations of your item. All this can be done without the need to download or install any software, just about anyone can get in on the action.
And the possibilities don’t just stop there, as the press release suggests:
Classified ads are just the beginning. iqzone can also be used to connect with friends, promote events, post messages or share photos, video and blogs. With nearly one billion mobile phones worldwide, the possibilities are endless.
This really is turning into the “year of the mobile” as technologies converge to allow TV, music, social networking, office solutions, and now classifieds – all on your mobile phone. And once SnapSendSell(TM) gathers a broad enough user-base, this service may turn into a classifieds service to be reckoned with. You hear that eBay? Mobile is the future.