New Site TurboBuyer Delivers Visual Shopping Experience in a Flash


Los Angeles, May 14, 2019 ( – As visual shopping is becoming more popular in ecommerce, it has been proven to be effective in helping customers to shop more conveniently. New website was recently launched to provide a unique visual shopping experience that enables users to quickly search eBay results and find the perfect item. With fast photo loads and HD quality photos, TurboBuyer provides a customized way of browsing over 19,000 categories and 30 million listings. TurboBuyer’s primary goal is to help users shop eBay turbo fast!

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TurboBuyer was designed to help users search quicker and more effectively decide which items they would like to purchase in a visual fashion. On, users can search for items like sporting goods, electronics, clothing, antiques, real estate, and pet supplies to name a few. With such a large number of listings, eBay features almost any product a person could fathom, but some shoppers have only a vague idea of what they would like stating, “I’ll know it when I see it.” When this occurs, shoppers can find themselves spending hours scrolling through countless listings and clicking endless thumbnails on eBay and never finding what they want. Some may even venture on other sites like Pinterest for ideas, thus wasting even more time scrolling through items to pin and following those external links. TurboBuyer has set out to get shoppers to their desired item in a short time with blazing results.

The key features of Turbo Buyer are allowing customers to customize their experience by selecting the size of the thumbnails and, as the focal point, displaying HD quality photos. Unlike most sites, all the space on the screen is utilized to display photos for an enhanced viewing experience.

Here’s how it works:

Simply enter what you are looking for into the search box at the top of the page. Then, scroll through the high-resolution thumbnails and find the perfect item turbo fast! If you’re interested in an item, simply click the thumbnail photo, visit the profile and read the same information that is featured on eBay. If you are interested in the product, click the “Get Info on eBay” button, which will take you directly to the eBay item for sale.

TurboBuyer gives users the option to filter the listings through the following criteria: Price, Auction, Buy it Now, and Accepts Offers. Listings can also be sorted between the Best Match; Newly Listed; Ending Soon; Price Lowest to Highest; and Price Highest to Lowest as well as Most Bids and Most Watched. TurboBuyer also provides information to help the buyer decide whether the product is a Good Buy such as seller location (Do they live nearby?); condition (new or used); warranty (yes or no); and more. TurboBuyer also enables buyers to watch items and save sellers’ information for future purchases. Simply click on the seller’s name to view available items for purchase. View rating/feedback (positive, negative or neutral) to decide if the seller is the perfect fit for your next purchase.

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In the near future, TurboBuyer will be adding more filters, continuing its goal to help more and more people to shop like a TurboBuyer! For more information or to quickly browse listings, please visit Be sure to like TurboBuyer on Facebook or follow us on Instagram and Twitter by visiting and

Established in 1999, Bicoastal Media, Inc. provides technological services aimed at meeting the needs of small businesses and ecommerce companies. The Las Vegas-based company offers the latest in web design, technology applications and database design. Throughout the years, Bicoastal Media, Inc. has launched several successful websites and apps., a complementary visual shopping tool that helps users quickly and more efficiently find eBay items, is one of the company’s latest ventures.


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