Peterborough, NH, June 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The sharing of common interests, goals, and mutual support changes a group of people into an elevated and empowered community. kaZING is being used as a tool to do just that: bring communities closer together by connecting people hyper-locally through its app for last minute help. The customer, anyone who needs help with a task, odd job, event, etc., can use the app to find the perfect fit to complete their request.
kaZING is launching its update that now offers off-app payments and charges minimal credit card processing fees, whereas competitors are charging around ~35% fees per job. Much better than traditional online job bulletins, kaZING uses a system of mutual ratings and transparent profiles to protect users and inspire trust. The ability to charge your own rates and agree on prices takes a free-market approach to the creation of value for both the customer and provider.
“Community is a driver of our success at kaZING. It is our goal and our mission to bring people together in a way that is constructive, convenient, and beneficial to society on all levels,” said Amy Garland. “kaZING offers quick last-minute help, opportunities to connect with new people, and the opportunity for anyone to make extra cash by helping out a neighbor.”