The Holidays Are Almost Here – Offers Easy Solution to Seasonal Shopping Stress

September 28, 2006 at 12:25 am Leave a comment

 San Francisco, CA – September 27, 2006 – Attention all shoppers, do you realize the season of holiday consumerism is right around the corner. Now is the time to get serious about your bargain hunting strategy, and with the help of new e-commerce site launching October 9, all your shopping needs will be covered. The long awaited and much anticipated zeeDive makes shopping fun, easy and convenient with its impressive inventory of stylish goods at ever-decreasing price tags.

“This site is a labor of love for all of us,” said Eric Metens, founder and president of zeeDive Inc., who has an extensive technology background working with well-known tech and video game companies in the valley. “It is exciting to take a concept, develop it and bring it to life. I’m sure our customers will appreciate the benefits of shopping with zeeDive, especially for our unparalleled service.”

Not your ordinary website, zeeDive delivers a fun, youthful design and an online community of like-minded shoppers searching for quality selection and great catches at bargain prices in an easy-to-use format. Thanks to the site’s proprietary Web 2.0 technology, zeeDivers are able to see real-time price changes, adding to the excitement of the online shopping and bidding experience.

The development of this unique e-tailer is a thoughtful process that includes ongoing input from beta testers from the buyer side, focus groups of professional sellers, and frequent online shoppers. Working with Alex Karweit, a top-notch engineer and technology expert who joined the zeeDive team in March 2006 to focus on the company Web 2.0 technologies, the fresh, new site incorporates the best of all previous online shopping centers. Karweit has been instrumental in getting Realtime Auction Data Synchronization (RADS) up and running on the site.

In addition to creating a comprehensive, one-stop-shopping source, zeeDive developed a dictionary of key words to use when fishing around the site. Words and phrases include the words catch, as in to catch a great deal, and dive, meaning the price is dropping. The glossary also defines zeeDive’s three trademark ways to shop the site – Flash Dive, Live Catch, No Minimum. The Flash Dive is fast and exciting bidding for a super hot item. To make the catch a shopper must act quickly. A Live Catch means a shopper points, clicks and buys at that moment because the price is already so affordable. With the No Minimum dive, the price continues to drop until someone buys the item.

Don’t let the holidays sneak up on you. Rely on for all your shopping needs this season. For more information, visit or call 650.619.4452.

zeeDive Inc.

zeeDive Inc. is a new and fun way of shopping online offering an impressive inventory of stylish goods that e-tail at ever-decreasing prices. Set to launch in November 2006 using advanced Web 2.0 technologies, zeeDive targets a community of young shoppers looking for unique, top quality items at bargain price tags. zeeDive is privately held and is based in San Francisco, California. For information on the beta site, visit or call 650.619.4452.

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