Windows Live Expo

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Windows Live Expo
The Windows Live Expo logo.
A screenshot of Windows Live Expo homepage.
Windows Live Expo homepage
TypeClassified Advertising
WebsiteArchived official website at the Wayback Machine (archive index)

Windows Live Expo (codenamed Fremont) was described by Microsoft as an "online social marketplace". The website ceased operations on July 31, 2008.[1]

The site was similar to Craigslist in that it provided online classifieds. A major focus of the site was that users could choose whose listings they want to search, sorted either by friends and contacts or by geographical proximity.

Expo integrated with several other Windows Live services. Results could be mapped using Live Search Maps, users could contact the poster of a listing via Windows Live Messenger and promote their own listing on Windows Live Spaces.

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  1. ^ "Windows Live Expo joins the Windows Live deadpool". LiveSide. June 4, 2008. Archived from the original on June 6, 2008.