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7 Best Websites To Sell Your Old Gadgets

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 29 July 2013, 03:24 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: World is spinning fast and so are the product cycles. The popularity crown worn by one product shifts to other in no time, and so the desire of users. It is too obvious that if you opt for a new one, the old one gets redundant. And if you can sell the old one at a good margin, it may come handy to target the next. On the other hand, buyers get the chance to have a product of their choice, but at a cheaper price. So the re-commerce sites, the online sites where you can sell or buy the used products, provide the perfect platform for both parties. Read on to know 7 useful re-commerce sites for used products.

#7 Click India

Site: clickindia.com

It is a free classifieds site where you can post ads to buy and sell products and services online. The product list includes, real estate, education, automotive, pets, travel, matrimonial, electronics, home appliances, health, machines. You can also find the classifieds for the used and new products at best prices.

Clickindia.com is owned by Clickindia Infomedia Private Limited.

Promoters: Pankaj Agarwal

He is a Post Graduate from IIM Indore and has worked with Citigroup prior to co-founding clickindia. He heads marketing initiative.

Sushan Rungta

He has completed Masters in Computer Application from Amity University and heads technology initiative.

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Reader's comments(1)
1: I am a YNew customer....a slight error here - YNew is a brick and motor store and is not a website - it is one of its kind in the country. I have my hesitation in buying anything online - at YNew we know what we are buying besides also being able to get a service warranty on second hand product.
Posted by:sheena - 31 Jul, 2013