You want to purchase them, they must be yours soon, but there’s no indication of how much they cost, the brand name or where you can buy them.
Divorced of their context, because the images are not linked back to their source you pound the keyboard in frustration. But those days are gone now, and it’s all thanks to the crowd, and a new website called CrowdSend.
The mystery of these images is a mystery no longer. This crowd platform and its patent-pending method encourages users who stumble across pictures of items they like – but don’t know where to buy them – to upload a photo for the CrowdSend community to identify.
Members then make suggestions and the highest rated answer gets tagged to the image. Participation is encouraged with the sweet carrots of product discounts for correctly identifying products.
Good News for Brands
Businesses are also able to get something out of this platform as community members can interact with the products by adding them to their wish lists and ‘liking’ them. This information is forwarded to the relevant companies giving them valuable insights into what their consumers are saying about them online.