Thanks @social_shout for this fantastic review! 🙂

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Imagine what eBay would look like, if it was launched today.

It would, of course, be built from the ground up with strong social functionality. It would also probably incorporate some of the highly visual elements of something like Pintrest. We reckon it would also take a minimalist approach to design, a bit like Google+.

What would eBay look like if it was launched today? Shook.

Shook defines itself as an ‘open auction house’ that allows users to create an auction online to sell just about anything and then spread it across the social networks. When you place a bid on an item, it’s automatically shared across your social graph. The idea is to make the bidding process fun, engaging and interactive – just like it is in real life.

We were so taken with the concept that we reached out to them. We got in contact with…

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About Jackie at Shook

My name is Jackie and I work for newest (and greatest) way to buy and sell things online, Shook. Reasons why I love Shook: it's easy, simple and FUN. I also work with a great staff who always bring their dogs to work :) Check us out at

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  1. eBay is for the conscious buyer not looking to chat-simply a buyer in need of an item at a price buyer wants to pay. Simple-easy-no hassle. But then, the younger more trendy generations, that’s a niche you can tap into and attract then train. Good luck sister, I’m sure you’ll do great!

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