Friday, July 8, 2011

What do you want?

"Create a WANT list by adding any item from anywhere on the web and have your friends and family contribute to it!" -The WANT List

Yesterday I was contacted by Greg Links (Vice President of Sales for and I was introduced to the WANT button...You can check it out in detail over HERE.

After reading every possible thing I could find AND asking Mr. Links a few very blunt questions about what this is really all about, I have got to say, I am impressed. I am very cynical when it comes to anything involving a company pushing a product or it is rare I am genuinely impressed.

I had issues coding the button into my site, I was helped right away. I asked questions and I got good answers. To the point and without a bunch of self fluff. Helpful and honest. +10 for Greg Links.

Anyway. Now this button is integrated into and I want to know what YOU think. Social shopping and networking and media and seems like there is a "button" for everything. Do product pages look to bloated? Do you think a want button is even useful? I do see great potential for this program when it comes to wedding/baby/holiday/birthday wish lists...

You can visit any product page on my website and you will see the "Want" button directly under the "Add To Cart" button. You can also see the "want" button in action over on

So I call on you, my friends and customers overflowing with awesome...what do you think?