Naaptol - new comparison social shopping site

Anannya Debnath · November 24, 2008 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/57c

Enabling interaction between people with similar shopping interests

social shopping 

Naaptol, a comparison-based shopping portal, announced the launch of its new social shopping service, which allows users to interact directly with the other registered customers with similar shopping interests.

On Naaptol, users can discuss products, give ratings as well as express their views about a product. It is a forum where millions of Internet users connect, express themselves and communicate freely.

Additionally, members of social shopping can list their favorite products and others can view and comment on them. They can also give ratings and suggest dealers from the given list. Well it is not only about shopping alone. Create your own profile, upload your picture and tell others about your interests through social shopping. You can also create your own network of friends on the website.

Retailers in your locality are listed on the portal as well as their range of products bridging the digital divide between brands and local stores. The products can be chosen across brands offering more flexibility in product analysis. The site is a pan India venture and is gaining foothold in the metros and spreading out to the interiors.

The site has number of categories like electronics, entertainment products, gifts, jewellery, lifestyle products, automobiles and much more. All the listed products are complete with specifications, images and updated prices. Products are accompanied with expert review which comments on the worth of the product covering varied important aspects. The site is constantly updated of the latest products and new launches. The site has a listing of buying guides for their products which enables the customer to make quick shopping decisions.

Naaptol wants to give a whole new face to online shopping by combining product features, reviews, sellers and consumer interaction.

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