You are a tourist in visiting a new city and would like to know what other tourists are doing now, what is hot and what’s worth experiencing.
An app that you use to “check-in” at a place you currently are, and you think is good. This will create a map of current hot places worth visiting so other tourists can see where to go.
Most people who show interest in what you are selling won’t buy from you right now. Some of them, however, might in the future.
When their behavior indicates they are not going to buy from you now, get them to commit to doing it in the future. They are more likely to think about such a future commitment in abstract terms such as “I should do this” (if they are convinced they should, because of their views about themselves), and would commit more quickly. When you ask them to commit now, they will approach it in a more practical way like “I can’t buy this now, I don’t have time for it.” This is especially true if they know that what you are selling is good for them but for some reason, it is difficult for them to do it (like eating healthy or exercising.)
For many things you want and need nowadays, you might ask yourself this question. New MacBook, TV or Camera? I don’t have to buy now so should I wait?
Have an “oracle” that would ask you some questions like “what’s the time frame you can wait?”. Then crunch all the info gathered online and from other sources and give you a recommendation whether to buy now or wait.