As of the previous close, APPlife Digital Solutions Inc [OTCQB: ALDS] stock fell -7.14 % to $0.1300. APPlife stock recorded 26.50K shares versus the 30-day average volume of 11.90K. ALDS stock value ranged from $0.0313 to $1.7500 over the last 52 weeks. In an absence of current news, the ALDS stock fell, so recent developments allow us to gain a more comprehensive understanding of ALDS.
How did things go at ALDS recently?
In addition to having offices in San Francisco CA. and Shanghai China, APPlife is a digital-based business incubator and portfolio manager for e-commerce and cloud-based solutions. ALDS invests in and creates solutions to help users improve their productivity and efficiency, regardless of where they are: at work, at home, or wherever they roam. Cloud-based business solutions from ALDS are designed to address everyday issues and needs in an easy-to-use manner.
Marketing expert Linchpin Marketing, LLC (“Linchpin Marketing”) was recently retained by APPlife to build awareness and drive traffic to Rooster Essentials, an e-commerce grooming shop for men. Men of all ages can choose from over 200 specially curated grooming products from more than 80 brands at ALDS’ Rooster Essentials, an online shop for Men’s grooming.
This unique ALDS service allows members to easily manage their grooming, daily use, and grocery needs by letting them choose from the products they prefer, upgrade to premium brands, and even schedule automatic deliveries in advance.
How did ALDS handle it?
APPlife (ALDS) adopted a wait-and-see policy if there are any complications with Covid-19 restrictions so that Rooster Essentials can be fully launched. ALDS anticipates revenue and sales increases as a consequence of adding Mark and Linchpin.