There is a new way for people to sell stuff in the most creative way possible.
Pitchi is an innovative online video selling platform that is designed to help people sell and buy online in a very engaging way. It’s like YouTube but they’re selling you stuff.
The site allows sellers to pitch their wares through the use of video. Creative video. I mean, there was a guy there selling a broken Samsung Galaxy by pretending to create a video for a dating site. Funny, if not a tad weird.
If you’re interested with the item, you can click on the Details and buy one.
I am seriously thinking about buying myself a Key Finder for all those times I’ve lost my keys. Swatchmate color cube is also there – a gadget that allows you to put any colour you find in real life into your phone. It’ll be awesome for designers and artists. And what about the Wine Barrel Herb Garden?! It’s great for hopeless gardeners like me. I’ve always wanted a herb patch but I’m too lazy (and I keep killing them).
But I digress.
Pitchi allows sellers to forge a more personal connection with their customers as if they had their own store. The aim is to have a more engaging relationship with the customers rather than just a simple transaction.
Pitchi exists as a platform for young businesses or anyone with an entrepreneurial dream to sell their products to a mass audience at no cost.
“Our aim is to give the people who make and sell things and the people who buy and use them a chance to appreciate and support each other,” Pitchi said.
“Challenging the norms and breaking the mould of discovering rising independent sellers and businesses is what we’re all about and we would like to build a network of like-minded advocates.”
So who can pitch to Pitchi? Anyone can Pitchi video! It’s just like other online selling sites. Pitchi does, however, especially attract and promote entrepreneurs, micro and small businesses.
What can you sell? Everything. Everything for sale has to be a real and tangible item (so no services allowed) and, of course, nothing illegal.
Is everything allowed on the video? Well, everything that’s fit for public consumption. Similar to what other online spaces would do that is ‘safe for work’. Get it?
And again, it’s free to Pitchi. So go Pitch. Or shop. Whichever.
This post was in collaboration with Pitchi.