Vancouver, WA, June 23, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Buying services and utilities for your home or office is usually never any fun. You have so many decisions to make, and that's assuming you even understand fully what you need and what your options are.PlugThingsIn.com
aims to change that.
Plug Things In exists to help people find and hook up to different connections for their home. The site has started with internet services, providers and connections, but plan to soon expand into other areas including home security, TV, phone, mobile and moving.
But more than becoming another generic utilities resource, PlugThingsIn.com will distinguish themselves from other resources in two different ways.
First off, PlugThingsIn.com will help the consumer actually understand what they're buying.
"Too many sites use lingo or techie speak that most consumers simply do not understand," says Matt Geer, co-owner of Plug Things In. "This makes the buying process confusing and more difficult, and can often lead to the consumer buying the wrong service, and ultimately, paying too much for that service," Matt explains.
Plug Things In cuts through all that noise and confusion by explaining the lingo, what the types of services are and how each option differs from each other. Customers will leave the site informed, and with the ability to make an educated buying decision.
Secondly, the site distinguishes itself in it's layout and navigation. Plug Things In creates guides that are specifically tailored to a type of user. For example, their internet guide contains several specific guides tailored to families, students and businesses. Each one contains recommendations for what type of service and connection to buy based on the needs of each type of user. Plug Things In recognizes that each user is different, and that a one-size-fits-all recommendation would not help the majority of their visitors. Tailored guides are created so that every person that visits Plug Things In leaves knowing exactly what they should buy, and more importantly, why.