What is Mudpool?
Mudpool.co.uk is an online auction and classifieds website that was founded in late
2010 with the desire to give the UK more choice when it comes to buying and selling
We offer a unique shopping experience with personalised shop walls, the ability to
follow sellers and buyers, member news feeds, and integrated shopping carts with
simple to use combined shipping features. We aim to bridge the gap between existing
auction websites and contemporary shopping sites.
How we plan to succeed
We don’t charge listing fees and never will. Although this just sounds like
a benefit to the seller it’s also a fundamental difference in our business model.
For Mudpool to make a profit we rely on sales. Therefore, all of our advertising
goes into generating sales and building our buyer base rather than just attracting
members to gather listing or membership fees.
How can a small site compete on exposure?
All of the products listed on Mudpool are automatically published to Bing Shopping,
ShopZilla and Google Shopping. These are the same shopping engines that the likes
of eBay and Amazon use. So your product could be one of thousands listed on a large
site or be listed with us and get the respect and attention it deserves!
We want your products to look good
From the beginning we wanted to change the way online marketplaces present products.
We are continually refining our design and regard presentation and usability as
one of our key principles. If you feel that your product needs a more upmarket host
then Mudpool may be for you.
How can you help us?
Each month more and more people are joining Mudpool and enjoy our supportive community
and free listings. The more support we receive the better job we can do.
Next time you’re buying something, have a look on Mudpool. You will receive the same
buyer’s protection via PayPal and we have fabulous sellers. And if you have something
to sell why not give us a go. What have you got to lose?
If you have any feedback, good and bad, please
contact us and let us know.
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