BonanzleThe name of an online eBay alternative marketplace that aims to make selling online easy for its users, and to offer unique items to buyers. The site offers sellers an easy-to-use listing process, eBay and other marketplace item importers, real-time chat options for conducting sales, and an online image tool for uploading and manipulating product shots. Bonanzle is also designed to let its sellers display items in a booth, which is their own version of an online store. In a way, it is like the storefronts you find on eBay and other eBay alternatives. Bonanzle was founded by Seattle-based Bill Harding, and the site first launched in beta in June of 2008 and launched out of beta at the end of August 2008.
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