Square Market Launched to Help Local Businesses Sell Online

Posted June 26, 2013 at 10:45pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5459 views

Today Square launched Square Market, an online marketplace for businesses to sell everything from handmade jewelry, housewares and merchandise, to yoga lessons and beauty services. Square Market provides local businesses across the U.S. the ability to sell their products throughout the country and reach new customers.

“We’re focused on making easy-to-use tools for merchants that create an incredible experience for their customers—no matter where they are. Creating an online marketplace is our next step in making commerce easy for everyone,” said Ajit Varma, Square’s Director of Discovery. “Square Market makes local businesses accessible to customers down the block and across the country.”

Square Market enables anyone to open a store for free with items, photos, and a profile for their business. Sellers can post items directly to Twitter for their followers to discover and share. Square offers one low fee of 2.75% per item sold and there is no charge to list items.

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