Buying and selling at local estate sales, garage sales and flea markets with your smartphone in hand just got easier — with TagSellIt.com’s co-founder, Matthew Dorman

Here’s the pitch: Localized garage sales. Simple enough and makes a ton of sense if you are into garage sales, flea markets or estate sales. This is what TagSellIt.com does and they have now pushed this service to smartphones as their next logical step.

I spoke with TagSellIt co-founder, Matthew Dorman about the challenges of moving his business into the mobile world and some of the many lessons he’s learned while doing so.

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About Matthew Dorman
Matthew Dorman

Matt Dorman, a New Providence, New Jersey resident, is a technology consultant with NorthPoint Solutions, LLC, developing websites and consulting on large-scale projects with Fortune 500 companies. While he is passionate about his day job, he had an epiphany in 2007 – his future business success would be found by creatively melding what he did day-to-day with a great entrepreneurial idea. Tagsellit.com was that idea.

After earning a degree in Computer Sciences from New Jersey Institute of Technology and working for three major media corporations, Matt reveled in the creative freedom NorthPoint allows him as well as their unspoken, yet understood, policy of fostering outside business interests.

Part of Matt’s goal is to keep Tagsellit.com fresh, alive and ahead of consumer expectations. Offline, Matt is an avid traveler and also enjoys long vacations with his Wife and kids.

About the author

Rob Woodbridge

I'm Rob, the founder of UNTETHER.tv and I've spent 14 years immersed in the mobile and pervasive computing world. During this great time I've helped some of the most innovative companies grow their business through mobile. If you are in need of a mobile business advisor or coach, connect with me here to get things rolling.

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