Driving all over the country has never been a favorite of mine unless I wind up someplace with sand, the ocean and frozen drinks. I’m keen on keeping things local. I also like to buy and sell items locally thru sites like eBay Local and Craigslist. However, I’ve had a few fishy encounters that have made me wary. This coming from the woman who met her spouse in a chat room in the dark ages — 1998. However, all of that changed when I was introduced to Zaarly.
Launched early this year, Zaarly connects people “buyers” with “sellers”. It’s a helpful app for a busy parent and small business owner who needs help completing my to-do lists while I’m trying to pinch more hours out of my day. With Zaarly, the buyer is in control and sellers can earn money buy helping them get what they want.
Who else uses Zaarly?
How are people using Zaarly?
Home improvements. Zaarly connects busy homeowners to service providers, such as house cleaners, handymen, movers, plumbers, decorators and contractors.
Event planning. Zaarly helps people planning events – weddings, birthdays, vacations, dinners – connect with caterers, event planners, venues and entertainment.
Hiring contract workers. Zaarly connects small businesses with short-term freelancers, graphic designers, developers, personal assistants, or lawyers.
Discovering the hard-to-find. Zaarly is becoming a go-to resource for people seeking electronics, furniture, housing, concerts and sporting event tickets; even cars.
How do I sign up?
Zaarly is free. Head to Zaarly.com and sign up for an account. By signing up, Zaarly is donating $1 to Feeding America for every sign up and you can leave a comment below to enter to win a $10 Starbucks gift card.