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Russian Startup Project, Megadjinn, to Fight for Place in the Sun Among eBay, Taobao and Allegro!

New international multiportal Megadjinn.com offers global users online platform with 9 new global services

CHITA, Russia, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Russian online multiportal Megadjinn has launched its online auction and global trade services for buying and selling goods worldwide. Megadjinn offers 9 global services including auctions, shops, wholesale, representatives, employment, bulletin boards, TV advertising, Internet advertising and press advertising.

Besides trading via Megadjinn's online auction, users can open their own international online storefronts on the portal as well. The portal will also offer online representative offices or inform potential customers anywhere in the world about your commercial offers. Further, you can place offers for the sale of wholesale consignment goods.

Megadjinn also offers features for applicants looking for jobs overseas. Here, there is an opportunity for applicants to offer candidature to foreign employers, and employers, in turn, have an opportunity to inform foreign job seekers about new vacancies.

Visitors from different countries can also submit private and commercial ads on the portal, which will be available to users on personal lists of preferred countries. The Megadjinn portal has been created in Russian, English and Chinese languages. In addition, all the information placed by visitors on the portal is automatically translated into all three languages.

Three of the nine new services allow overseas visitors to submit various ads and information materials to different Media around Russia. By using another of the services, users can place information materials and banner ads instantly on various websites around the world. At your request, Megadjinn staff will translate your content into Russian and Chinese.

For site owners, Megadjinn has created a platform for specialized online playgrounds, which offer an opportunity to place a variety of promotional offers, set prices and receive information from others. Now advertisers from any country of the world can transfer to any site in the on-line mode advertising and information materials - an article, display advertising, a banner, a video, a running text line. Payments for advertising materials are accepted via the portal.

Besides, the creators of Megadjinn have prepared another surprise for site owners working in the field of sales and services: Chat-consultant livedjinn.com, which can be installed on local websites. From this moment, your website visitors will be able to ask questions for your support right from the pages of your site, and you can immediately answer them. The Chat-consultant is offered in three versions: Text-chat, Voice-chat and Video-chat. Site operators can communicate with anyone in different languages, using the built-in auto translator system.

Anyone can place inexpensive banner ads at the Megadjinn portal. A banner will be created in one of the portal's three languages, to be displayed to those countries where advertisers are interested in conducting an advertising campaign.

And more good news! After registration, all new users are given a credit of $30. These funds can be spent on certain Megadjinn online services.

Megadjinn.com - http://megadjinn.com - and livedjinn.com - http://livedjinn.com - are internet properties of Interico LLC.

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SOURCE Interico LLC

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