SOCIAL AUCTION SERVICE STUFFBUFF LAUNCHES IN PRIVATE BETA (we have invites)

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stuffbuff - Real Time AuctionStuffBuff (http://stuffbuff.com), which first premiered at TechCrunch50 2009, announced today the private Beta launch of their social cataloging and viral eCommerce site, which picks up where eBay left off - making auctions portable, fast-paced, open and exciting.SheBlogs' Bloggers - StuffBuff CEO Michael Langer wants to give YOU a sneak peak at his new service. He is offering 500 free PRIVATE BETA INVITATIONS for our bloggers to test drive StuffBuff and share it with their readers. If you're interested in offering your readers additional invitations - contact us for a personalized invite code! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SOCIAL AUCTION SERVICE STUFFBUFF LAUNCHES IN PRIVATE BETA Web Service Combines Social Cataloging, Viral eCommerce Features To Create Comprehensive,Targeted Inventory and Auction Tool New York — November 11, 2009 — StuffBuff (http://stuffbuff.com), which first premiered at TechCrunch50 2009, announced today the private Beta launch of their social cataloging and viral eCommerce auction site, with comprehensive tools for sharing, discussing and selling products across a number of Web platforms that allow sellers to bring relevant auctions to targeted audiences. At launch, StuffBuff will be issuing 5000 Beta Invitations. "In short, StuffBuff is extreme social eCommerce,” explains Founder and CEO Michael Langer, “Our service eliminates the drawn out, 12 day waiting time for auctions, and offers creative, addictive, entertaining alternatives to the traditional eBay style auction services, with the added bonus of a full-fledged cataloging application that members can use, absolutely free.” StuffBuff has a portable auction services that picks up where eBay left off: LiveHaggle – This “first of its kind” chat-based auction system was developed using PayPal’s Adaptive Payments API, and enables members to engage in real time chat with sellers and other bidders, while committing to bids in the conversation Real Time Product dicovery Transparent communications between buyers and sellers. Low-cost and easy-to-understand fee structure - unlike eBay's 13-page fee structure outline, StuffBuff charges only $.25 for setup, $1.50 for auction reserves, and 5 percent of the final sale price. StuffBuff's use of advanced technologies, including a new Real Time AJAX Push engine , PayPal Adaptive Payments and others have yielded an ideal service for novice and experienced collectors, as well as casual online shoppers, to engage in fast-paced, chat room based auctions that take as little as 60 seconds. StuffBuff's free, cloud-based, social cataloging system lets sellers list their collections, and alerts potential buyers to listings of specific products that they care about as they become available in real time. “In addition to speeding up the auction process, StuffBuff offers members auction portability,” explains Langer. “Sellers can embed their auctions across a number of social sharing sites, including WordPress, Facebook and MySpace. This enables them to bring relevant products to relevant audiences.” StuffBuff was built using advanced and highly-anticipated platforms. The service is the first application being developed using APE (AJAX Push Engine), a French platform that allows for real-time applications that function at ten times the speed of Twitter’s real-time technology. StuffBuff makes cataloging easy with technologies like Web cam barcode scanning and other innovative tools soon to be released. StuffBuff debuted at TechCrunch50 2009, having been selected among more than 1000 submissions for the honor of presenting their product as one of the year’s top Web 2.0 startup companies. About StuffBuff Based in New York, NY, StuffBuff.com is a social cataloging and viral eCommerce auction site, with comprehensive tools for sharing, discussing and selling products across a number of Web platforms that allow sellers to bring relevant auctions to targeted audiences. StuffBuff holds the distinction of being the first application built on APE (AJAX Push Engine), a French platform that allows for real-time applications that function at ten times the speed of Twitter’s real-time technology. StuffBuff's use of advanced technologies, including APE, PayPal "X" and others have yielded an ideal service for novice and experienced collectors, as well as casual online shoppers, to engage in fast-paced, chat-based and Dutch style auctions that take as little as 60 seconds. StuffBuff's free, cloud-based, social cataloging system lets sellers list their collections, and alerts potential buyers to listings of specific products that they care about. For more information, visit http://stuffbuff.com. # # # Press Contact: Julie Wohlberg StuffBuff.com P: 484-201-7068 Julie@stuffbuff.com

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Had a slight hiccup with the

Had a slight hiccup with the captcha on sign up. All is working now Go ahead and use invite code "sheblogs" to gain access. Get before they are gone! StuffBuff Team Http://stuffbuff.com
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To get an invite - simply

To get an invite - simply visit http://stuffbuff.com, click "Join Now" and enter the invite code SheBlogs. We look forward to your feedback and posts!
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Site looks fantastic I would

Site looks fantastic I would love to try it out!
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Wow how do I get an invite,

Wow how do I get an invite, the site looks wonderful!