Tinypay.me – A crazy simple way to sell stuff (TCTV)

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One of the startups on stage and in the demo pit at Le Web was Tinypay.me. Billing itself as the easiest way to sell stuff, you just fill a form for an item you want to sell and start selling. The page generated can be shared across social platforms and embeded into web sites. No account is needed as all the management is done through your e-mail and payments are handled by PayPal.

Now, this reminds me of Shoply, except you don’t need to create a full shop.

I don’t think Tinypay.me is necessarily a world beater, but as an attempt to create a sort of Twitter for Ecommerce, it’s interesting. And who can resist a founder who’s job title is Commercial Hippie.

  • james bromley

    Love the idea. Needs to expand where the sales feed is distributed, e.g. Google Products & various classified aggregators

    • frank

      Social Shopping is really going to kick off in 2011.
      It’s cited as a mega-trend in lots of publications.
      We at dealsoso.com are hoping to help lead the charge.

  • http://sixservix.com/blog/david David Bonilla

    Great! Good pitch from a nice guy.

    I agree, sales channel is important, but It’s a great idea to embed your own simple, easy, little shop in your blog or website :)

  • LIAD

    Social Shopping is really going to kick off in 2011.
    It’s cited as a mega-trend in lots of publications.
    We at shoply.com are hoping to help lead the charge.

    C2C commerce requires a good hold on fraud and ensuring fulfilment occurs, i.e. the goods are actually sent. ‘Disposable’ C2C transactions make these issues hard to address.

  • Dirk j Hendrik

    Saw this in ReadWriteWeb yesterday.. They wrote a pretty decent review about the service.. Especially creating a marketplace seems interesting

    heres the article http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/tinypayme_the_e-commerce_long_tail_is_still_twitching.php

  • http://www.nextwidgets.com Alex

    I like the idea and simplicity but not sure if I would buy something from an anonymous user without some platform guarantee.

  • http://mmomarket.org MMO Market

    It’s not exactly an anonymous user. The sellers use Paypal as a login account and the mini shop and feedback etc are tied directly to their Paypal. While yes I hear what your saying about fraud this removes the element of anonymity to some degree and is infinitely better than other classified sites.

    If i buy something I get the sellers info so I know who exactly I’m buying from as well as a digital receipt :).

  • Admin

    Now, this reminds me of Shoply, except you don’t need to create a full shop.
    Yes, I need to creat a full shop
    http://www.globalwii.com

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