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Nembol app review: a simple way to publish and promote your products online



Trying to sell a product online can seem like a daunting task when you’re first getting started, but it is an indispensable part of doing business these days and it’s something you definitely want to get a handle on. You can certainly go the route of creating your own website and selling your retail products or services that way, but that option won’t get your product or service noticed by a large audience any time soon.

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If you really want to get your product out there and increase the potential for healthy sales, you’ll want to have your product on sites like Amazon and eBay. Nembol is a selling app that can help you do this and it’s extremely easy to use. This is a free app and it’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Nembol: Sell on Marketplaces, Classifieds, and Social Networks


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Finding an app that can help you quickly and easily to get your products online and improve your sales is not as easy as you may think – especially if you want to get your product on as many platforms as possible. You can deal with some of the major sites independently such as Amazon or eBay, but it can be very time-consuming posting products on individual sites. Nembol provides you with a great alternative by allowing you to use one app to post on a whole host of major sites where you can sell your product and you can also use it to set up sales on your own website.

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The very first time I opened this app I was impressed. The user interface is fantastic and you’re guided through every step of the way in the process of posting and publishing your products. They don’t just leave you blindly flailing away trying to figure out how this thing works. This app will require 33 MB of available space on your iOS device.

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How It Works

Posting products on the Nembol app really is a breeze. You start the process by either taking a photo of your product or selecting a photo of your product from your gallery and then you have to fill in some details about your product before you post online. You need to give your product a title, provide a description of your product, set the price, and mention how many you have for sale. The cool thing about the product description is that if your product has a barcode on it you can scan this and the description field will be filled in using the barcode – it’s a nice little short cut.

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Once you’ve filled all of your products' information, all you have to do is tap on 'Next' at the bottom of the screen and the app will provide you with a list of sites that you can publish to. It's recommended that you log-in to each site, via the Add Channels page, prior to publishing an item for sale. 

Select the sites that you want to publish your item on and tap Publish. After publishing, you will land on the Published page where you can tap on each channel to preview your published item. Don't forget, you will need to have a registered account with each site before using this app. 

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Nembol: Sell on Marketplaces, Classifieds, and Social Networks


Pros and Cons


  • Great user interface
  • Step by step app and guidelines throughout
  • Creating product sales pages are quick and easy
  • Includes links for posting to all major online market sites
  • Simultaneous publishing


  • None

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Final Words

If you have a great product to sell and you want to get it out on all of the major online marketplace sites then the Nembol app is a great option. This site lets you create and save product information pages that you can then share on sites like Amazon and eBay all from within the app. Make sure you are already registered with these sites and then quickly publish to all of them simultaneously.

Nembol: Sell on Marketplaces, Classifieds, and Social Networks

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