Gollgi provides a request-based solution. Would it be able to challenge the Pay-Per -Click industries?
Gollgi, the innovative platform that transforms e-commerce for businesses of all kinds, has created a comprehensive B2B network that revolutionises the way companies connect with customers in contrast to the 140B Pay-Per -Click industries.
An entire industry of ads, SEO marketing and more has grown up around the idea that sellers must entice customers to their offers, absorbing huge amounts of resources and funds to connect those seeking a product with those selling it whether it PPC or Banners. Gollgi changes all that, by providing a request-based environment for B2B transactions. Turning the premise of sellers seeking buyers on its head, the Gollgi platform encourages customers to ask for specific products, even just an image, and sellers then in return approach them with their own product to meet that need.
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This brings benefits for both parties, buyers don’t have the hassle of searching for hours, sellers know they are dealing with a bona fide consumer looking to buy, but don’t have the marketing costs or the percentage charged by specific platforms on the transaction. Gollgi is entirely free to join and use, creating a superb, cost effective alternative for business to business e-commerce.
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Eitan Koren, founder of Gollgi, talked about the platform and how it transforms the e-commerce mechanism, noting “Identifying and connecting with potential buyers occupies a huge part of any online business time and funds, but it shouldn’t have to be like that. By switching to a request-based solution – in contrast to search engines solution – now sellers can contact those buyers they already sure are looking for the product they are offering, then negotiate directly to find the best deal for both parties.”, he went on, “Its quicker, lowers costs and allows a more personal approach than any alternative such as the 140B Pay-Per-Click industry’s.”
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