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Windows Live Expo released to public

July 22nd, 2006 by Zack Whittaker


Quite possibly the one main competitor to eBay, Windows Live has released it’s new online marketplace software, Expo. It provides:

New Look – A brand new look & feel for the site, including the official Windows Live look and integration, plus improved accessibility, scaling, and ease of use
Integrated Feedback – This feature allows users to share feedback or comments on a particular listing with the rest of the community
Enhanced Mapping – Satellite imagery, driving directions, more
Improved Security – Enhanced protection against spam and fraud

“We hope you will keep on using Windows Live Expo to connect with your community in fun ways. Please stay in touch and keep those opinions coming. Tell us if your stuff is selling, and what works and doesn’t work for you. Because, even though we’ve launched, Team Expo is not resting on our laurels-we’re hungry for your suggestions to make Windows Live Expo even better.”


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  1. e-Fuze Mobile » Windows Live Expo Goes Public Says:

    […] Microsoft Windows Live Expo (buy, sell, swap community) has now gone public. There are a number of enhancements and new features in this new build, including a new and improved GUI, the ability to add user feedback, enhanced mapping, and various security systems implemented to make your online shopping a safe experience. Via Microsoft , Windows Live , Windows Live Expo ShareThese icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. […]