Free to sell on Google!

Ok I might be slow but I found something I don’t think a lot of online sellers know about this.
You can list your stuff on Google to sell for free! They even have a little html editor and all. Hey now I think this is a find. Go check it out!

http://base.google.com/base/help/sellongoogle.html

Increase traffic and sales
Shoppers can quickly and easily find your products when you submit them in Product Search, delivering you more traffic and helping you increase sales. Based on your items’ relevance, shoppers may find them in their results for searches on Google Product Search, and even our main Google web search.

And if you’re a Google Checkout merchant, the Checkout badge will appear on your Product Search listings, attracting even more visitors to your site.

Submit your products for free
Inclusion in Product Search is completely free; there are no charges for uploading your items or charges for the traffic you receive.

Easily manage your listings
Our data feed tool allows you to easily and efficiently submit your entire product catalog. It also gives you flexible and timely control of the information displayed in Product Search.

Suitable for merchants of all sizes
Products can be uploaded into the Product Search index either one at a time or with a data feedAPI to code their product catalog into the Product Search index.
through Google Base. Merchants can also use an


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