More NewsMarketplace for Marketers Debuts

Marketplace for Marketers Debuts

New site hopes to become destination for people seeking to buy orsell marketing services.

U.S Marketer.com announced Monday that it has launched a site which aims to become a one-stop shop for people seeking to buy or sell marketing-related services or products.

“We offer an efficient, cost-effective solution to the universal challenge facing every marketer: finding the right supplier, at the right time, at the right price,” said Martin Williams, founder and chief executive officer of U.S. Marketer.com.

The new online marketplace uses a “Request for Proposal” process to help users find the service providers for their marketing projects. According to U.S Marketer.com, marketers describe their projects using a feature that gathers details specific to the service they wish to utilize. Each project is then compared against the profiles of U.S. Marketer.com’s registered providers to see which providers best match the project’s specifications.

Specification include: expertise, industry specialty, budget, location and availability. Qualified providers then submit a proposal to the marketer in an effort to win the business.

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