Commonfig Announces The Launch of Its Services Marketplace

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Grow, thrive, multiply: building mutually beneficial relationships between service professionals and service seekers.

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Commonfig LLC is excited to announce the launch of the highly anticipated services marketplace, A new concept in social networking, the site aims to provide a vital link between service professionals and service seekers. The site changes the face of modern marketing by creating an open-ended marketplace and cyclical platform that provide a cost-effective growth method for both service professionals and service seekers.

“Grow, thrive, multiply.” The guiding principle behind Commonfig is drawn from the symbiotic relationship between the African Fig Tree and the wasp. Alone, both species would wither and die, but together, they thrive, each providing a valuable service to the other. It is in this way that Commonfig seeks to change how service professionals and service seekers find each other, interact with each other, and grow together.

Santhosh Devati, Commonfig co-founder, believes that “Commonfig is designed to facilitate a strong bond between a service professional and a service seeker to make a positive difference in each others lives through caring, collaborating, sharing, and exhibiting standards of excellence,” and the interactive community provides tools designed to meet these goals.

Service professionals utilize the site for the purposes of marketing, lead generation, customer management, and communication. Commonfig is a powerful turnkey marketing tool that places several options at professionals’ finger tips, including:

    Unique profile URL
    Unlimited multimedia uploads
    Multiple communication options such as e-mail, chat and video conference
    Integrated online appointment booking and automated reminders
    Profile analytics
    Social media integration

“Commonfig is an easy-to-use, affordable marketing tool to create awareness, educate, and assist consumers in decision making,” says Santhosh Devati. “The results are opportunities to increase revenues and build lasting relationships with the consumers.”

A robust set of tools assists service professionals with lead generation, client communication and loyalty building. Newsletters, email campaigns, promotional offers, and customer surveys allow service professionals to build relationships with their service seekers, not simply perform a transaction.

Finally, service professionals improve productivity with communication tools designed to streamline the process and provide a single source for all client communication including emails, online chat and video conferencing, as well as social media integration.

To create the cyclical aspect of the open-ended marketplace, Commonfig adds tools and functionality designed for the service seeker. “Commonfig is an interactive web based platform that simplifies the process of finding, learning, and engaging a service professional based on the need,” says Santhosh Devati. Service seekers utilize tools designed to find and compare professionals, easily refer service providers to friends and family, book an appointment, and generate feedback based on the experience.

Together, the two facets of the site build relationships between those who are in need of services and those who provide them. This open-ended cycle provides a medium which results in exponential growth. “Individuals, brought together with great intentions, can truly manifest in abundance for all.”

About Commonfig:

A group of proven individuals who are like-minded with strong backgrounds have come together as a team. They formed Commonfig with the purpose of extending support to fellow professionals looking to connect with people who are seeking their services, in a mutually beneficial environment. The amount of leadership, business acumen and technical savvy found in this team is outweighed only by the integrity, determination and purpose beating strongly in the heart of each member. Commonfig plans to extend their reach to the United Kingdom and India in 2012. For more information, visit


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