Online purchasing can be clunky. Retail buying mostly is considering the leaps that need to be made to get in and out of a store nowadays. The alphatise app may be the answer. It creates a striking balance in the industry that is receiving a lot of support. It also eases the noise and gets rid of all the fat. Users will find a system that never bothers them. It is not requesting updates and demanding attention. Users get only what they ask for and nothing more- to be exact.
How does it work? Firstly alphatise is a shopping app. Users create a watchlist of items that they want, and they set the price that they are willing to pay. When an item is found from the roughly 180,000 products live at any given time, they will receive a message.
Here is where things get particularly interesting. Users may see where the item is available. They will obviously see the price. The message is the key to unlocking the potential of the entire system. A message is only sent when the item matches something from the watchlist. They add an item and they receive a message when that exact item is available to them at the price they defined.
The general conceit has people only being “bothered” by what they specifically asked for. This runs contrary to any other marketing on the web because they are touting something that the viewer did not necessarily ask for or request the price. They ask for the purchase of this “hot new item.” They state the price and they remark on the benefits. But, the viewer never asked for it. Sure, it could be recommended because they looked at pages about that kind of product or they bought something from that company before. But, none of it states a request for that product at that price.
The alphatise social system removes that disconnect. Users will only here from the app if there is an update about something they asked for. This includes the price. It’s an affirmative way to get rid of the noise and cut to the chase.