Advisor can help you get a plumber, a dog trainer or even a post-natal masseuse
via a fuss free mobile application
Everything can be bought and sold via your
Smartphone these days, from shoes to any secondhand goods that you feel is a
waste to throw away. Now, you can even get your hands on services as well.
Southeast Asia’s first service e-commerce mobile
application named Page Advisor is here in Singapore and certain parts of
Malaysia. It is a mobile application that prides itself as the king of ‘Amazon
In just half a year since its launch in May 2015,
Page Advisor has over 40,000 users and 4,500 merchants in both Singapore and
five cities in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur,
Selangor, Penang, Malacca and Johor).
There are currently over 39 different service
categories available via its mobile application. These services include finding
a swimming coach for your child, to cleaning services and even a durian
delivery menu – when in season of course.
Page Advisor aims to connect solopreneurs and small
businesses, – who do not have the spare cash for advertising or marketing – to
regular folks like you and I who are looking for a little help around the house.
Making this a mutually beneficial arrangement between us users and businesses with
Page Advisor being the bridge.
There are a few aspects that set Page Advisor apart
from the other similar businesses. Firstly, the price that you are quoted by
the plumber or electrician is set, there are no hidden additional charges at
all. Secondly, all merchants on the site are credible in a sense that they each
have to be a legitimate registered business. There are no freelances or
uncontracted contractors here.
Thirdly and also the most nifty feature about Page
Advisor, everything can be pay via mobile. So if you have a helper or your mum
at home attending to the plumber, she does not need to prepare cash because you
would have already paid for it via the mobile application. Simple, easy and
Page Advisor is available on both the Apple’s App
Store and Google’s Play Store.
By Geralyne Kaye / November 12, 2015 6:14PM GMT+8
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