Twegistry is a new service whereby Twitterers can send each other a physical gift, without actually having to disclose where they live. The way this all works implies that the users are registered on the site, and when someone wants to send them a gift the Twegistry team will get in touch and ask if they accept it or not.
In case they accept, the gift is sent without the actual address being made public in any part of the process to the one sending the gift – the Twegistry team itself takes care of the shipping process.
Using this service is certainly straightforward, as all you have to do is key in the name of the user you want to send a gift to in order for the wheels to start turning.
A system like this one is suitable for just anything. You can use for giving that lovable person who supported you when you needed it a birthday gift, and also for sending chocolates to that virtual crush that you have had for some time now. It is all made possible, provided that the intended recipient is registered on the site. If he/she does, then everything will work out smooth enough indeed.
Twegistry.com In Their Own Words
“Send real gifts to your friends on Twitter.”
Why Twegistry.com It Might Be A Killer
It will let anybody start taking online bonds offscreen.
Some Questions About Twegistry.com
How will the site promote itself so that people join in and an active userbase is generated?