LONG BEACH, CA, February 02, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Vintage Shopper has launched its new website, which serves as a vibrant community for vintage, retro and antique enthusiasts. With a mainstream love affair for all things vintage, shoppers have never had a greater desire to discover exciting vintage themed shops, services and products.
"We saw a need to create a niche community that helps vintage shoppers make informed decisions and give businesses the tools to build their brand and connect with their audience," explained founder, Bradley Hebdon.
Similarly to Yelp, http://www.VintageShopper.com offers shoppers the ability to search for vintage businesses, read user-generated reviews and even add favorites to their personal dashboard. To extend the community offline, shoppers can also RSVP to flea markets, antique shows and other vintage themed events.
For businesses, owners/managers can add their listing to the directory for free, where they can manage their contact info, social media links, photos and more. Whether they are brick-and-mortar boutiques, points-of-interest, services, blogs, or online storefronts, Vintage Shopper's goal is to help small businesses promote themselves in an affordable, targeted and effective way.
Furthermore, http://www.VintageShopper.com offers advice through its blog, where approved experts post tips on shopping, decorating, traveling, dressing and so much more.
"Our blog plays an important role in creating a vibrant and entertaining online vintage community. We see it as a platform for vintage experts to write about what they know best. It's a great opportunity for them to demonstrate knowledge, establish authority and grow their audience," comments founder, Bradley Hebdon.
VintageShopper.com is run by husband and wife team, Bradley and Denise Hebdon, out of their 1930s Vintage inspired home in Long Beach, California, USA.
Bradley can be reached at email@example.com and Vintage Shopper can be followed through the following social media websites:
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