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eBay Selling Expert Joins New Community Site "Savvy Seller"

Marsha Collier Joins "Savvy Seller" Team to Give Online Sellers One-Stop Resource for News, Tips and Best Practices for eCommerce

NAPLES, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/14 -- Dreamware, the company behind World Lister, the only free, full-feature mobile selling app, today announced the addition of Marsha Collier, eBay expert and author of eBay For Dummies and other online selling books, to their Savvy Seller team as contributing editor and advisor.

Collier is a well-known author, radio personality and educator specializing in technology and selling online. With over one million copies of her book eBay For Dummies in print, she has joined Savvy Seller to share her best practices and tips for selling online. Her original blog posts will accompany the site's videos, "Seller Spotlight" success stories and interactive interviews.

"World Lister is on the cutting edge of mobile selling, and the Savvy Seller blog is a great place to find opinions, tips and lots of great content for online sellers," said Collier. "I'm looking forward to posting and sharing new ideas."

With eMarketer projecting that U.S. retail e-commerce sales will increase by more than 15 percent in 2014, representing more than 20 percent of this year's $199.4 billion increase in total retail sales, online selling experience and knowledge will only grow more valuable. Savvy Seller was created to empower the individual and small business sellers. The site equips online sellers with the best information to make them successful in this growing industry.

SavvySeller.co, which launched last month, is a community site dedicated to helping online sellers grow and succeed in their businesses. The marketplace-agnostic site offers insider tips, news and information to help all online sellers. Whether selling on Etsy, eBay, Amazon or any other platform, Savvy Seller is designed to help sellers at all levels, from individual beginners who want to make some extra money, to expert online store owners who have been selling for years.

In addition to Collier, the Savvy Seller team includes Ikaika Alama-Francis, who retired from his position in the NFL as a linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers in 2012. He began selling on eBay and now operates his own highly successful online store from his home. He shares his success on SavvySeller.co as the "Lister Coach." As the host of Lister T.V., he interviews successful online sellers and eCommerce experts.

To learn more about Savvy Seller and its experts, follow them at www.facebook.com/savvyseller.co or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/savvyseller.

About Dreamware
Dreamware, based in Naples, Fla., is the parent company of World Lister and upcoming e-commerce Web applications that will grow the Lister family and make online selling fast and fully mobile. Dreamware owns over 100 ".co" commerce domains that provide a customized experience on a scalable platform. For more information about Dreamware, World Lister and for updates on future applications, visit www.dreamwareinc.co.

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