Gollgi Brings Human Touch Back to Search With Its Open-market Platform
Unlike existing platforms that emphasize automation in every aspect of search, Gollgi provides online searchers with a request-based protocol that harnesses the power of human reasoning and intervention
Gollgi, the platform specializing in connecting buyers with sellers, has pioneered an infrastructure positioned to permanently alter the landscape of e-commerce by turning search engines into service engines, effectively prioritizing human needs over clicks. Gollgi’s platform cuts out costly barriers companies face today when scanning the web for suppliers, providing search capabilities more efficient and effective than the current options.
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Search engines consistently provide searchers with a multitude of results within seconds, but in the last decade, an increasingly monetized media industry has exacerbated the trappings of machine-based solutions, compromising the integrity of search platforms as a whole. Thousands of algorithms, web crawlers, and search engine bots help platforms such as Google guide a user through a traditional search, but they often fail at providing relevant results, especially for businesses. A mid-sized manufacturer developing a high-end pipe system would achieve little success by simply asking Google for suppliers. That’s because systems like Google’s lack the human intuition and ability to assess searches case by case. That’s where Gollgi comes in.
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Gollgi’s first-of-its-kind search platform provides buyers and sellers with an open-market network, where users simply make a request for a product and only relevant sellers approach them with offers. Gollgi’s platform does not promote irrelevant products, collect user data, or waste the buyer’s time with hopeful searches. Unlike platforms such as Shopify or Wix that still required its vendors to market its products, Gollgi has zero cost attached to opening a store while it’s centralized platform negates the need for attracting traffic or seeding ads to one’s shop. Gollgi doesn’t charge commission upon each sale, nor does it involve itself in the trade, it’s sole aim is to connect buyers with relevant sellers.
Gollgi’s platform lets users:
- Utilize time more efficiently by cutting out long, arduous web searches
- Connect with buyers/vendors exclusively relevant to their requests
- Attain the exact products or vendors they require without diversions
- Open a store for free, advertising items for sale with zero monthly fees
“Online search engines aren’t providing the answers to increasingly specific and particular searches,” says Eitan Koren, founder of Gollgi. “Manufacturers, and businesses alike, require a platform that retains an irreplaceable element: human intervention. We’re here to provide it.”
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