December 1, 2016 – Yorpage has announced that it will be raising funds for its Indiegogo campaign for its online classified website, yorpage.com. The announcement was made by Bobby Hess who came up with the amazing concept of Yorpage. Bobby has been working really hard and his genius idea and motivation behind Yorpage has a great potential to make its mark in the world of online advertising.
The classified website will enable the users to publish all kinds of classified Ads online for absolutely free. There are no complicated signing up procedures and the website is designed not only for the users from the United States and Canada but users from more than 65 countries of the world can access this amazing platform of classified ads.
The fundraising campaign of Yorpage at Indiegogo will help to cover the cost for building this online marketplace for entrepreneurs to sell their unique home-made items online. This will help the talented craftsmen to save on the expenses of creating their own website and will facilitate them to promote their brand and use this platform to share as well as sell their art with the world.
“I came up with the idea of Yorpage to create an online marketplace for entrepreneurs to sell their unique handmade items without needing their own website. It will also allow for brand marketing Yorpage with Radio – TV Ads. In return, I have some excellent rewards planned, all designed to show just how much your support means to me,” said Bobby Hess, the Founder of Yorpage.
The research and development of Yorpage has went through complicated phases of comparing all the existing popular classified websites and notice their flaws and deficiencies. As a result of this procedure, Bobby has created this amazing platform that is error-free, fast, easier and more user friendly. The goal of the Indiegogo campaign for Yorpage is set at $150,000 and people from all around the world can make their generous contributions by backing this campaign.
People can back this campaign by simply clicking the ‘Back It’ button on the following link: