Jill is a high school senior who needs a prom dress. She asks her friends and fashion club advisor to agree and her dad approves the length. Jill has babysitting money, but asks mom for assistance buying the dress for an unforgettable prom.
Phil is a high-rise architect who needs a new laptop. His co-workers and technical lead agree and his boss approves the expense. Phil asks purchasing for assistance ordering and the skyline has never looked better.
Shopping started as a social activity. We agreed, approved and assisted with shared experiences around shops and products. We visited the mall as teams with our parents and friends, and bought office supplies with participation from coworkers.
Online commerce is rather solitary. Who can take shopping back to the community experience it was once intended? Shop/Agree uses our online communication platform for shoppers to seek agreement, approval and assistance from friends, family, experts and coworkers.
Shop/Agree creates a landing page for each potential purchase event. Your circle gets Facebook, text and email invitations to vote or comment on your purchase within 24 hours. Shop/Agree creates links for each contact, tracking participation and referring your friends to the so they can buy the product for themselves, or you can ask them to buy the product for you.
Shop/Agree uses different types of polls to enhance social commerce and foster feedback. Use Shop/Agree to decide yes or no on your item, help choose between multiple items or pick a size or color. Shop/Agree communicates with you and your circle by pushing poll results, comment summaries and product links directly to your laptop and mobile.
Shop/Agree gives you the option to anonymously share your shopping decision event landing page polls and comments with retailers and manufacturers. Shop/Agree works for friends, kids, parents, coworkers, bosses, sibling, spouses, experts and other social dynamics.
Shop/Agree is “taking your friends to the mall” for the 21st century. Shop/Agree can bring back social participation to buying for work. Shop/Agree makes e-commerce social. Agree, assist and approve with Shop/Agree: Don’t shop alone.