The new app, SociaLink, has created a revolutionary iPhone application that allows people to shape there friend list. SociaLink gives the ability to friend or follow people instantly and in-person on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
With SociaLink, create an instant social media connection with a new acquaintance in-person. After being introduced, pull out the iPhone and open the SociaLink app. Press the "Link" button and a list of device nearby will appear. Then select the device to connect with. Turn "on" the social networking sites to connect on, press "Link," and instantly become connected! It is that simple!
SociaLink allows to socially connect with convenience and ease. Normally, when meeting someone in-person, it is difficult to write down a person's name, Facebook link, Twitter link, and any other social media site links needed to connect. Then go to Facebook and use that information to look up that person. Then repeat the process for all the social media sites. With SociaLink, this whole process can be avoided and fixed in a single step, and all for free!
Don't waste time waiting for someone to download the app. Instantly share social media locations and a link to download SociaLink by using the 'Email' feature.
The creator came up with the idea while on a trip in India. While attending social events on the trip, he realized the challenges expats face when meeting new people in another country. He had difficulty pronouncing and spelling names when searching for the people he met the night before. Also, when others tried to search him, they had to sort through 100's of individuals with the same "typical" American name. He and his team, all students based at the Eller College of Management, University of Arizona, have since then been working to create this revolutionary app that will change the way people network and connect! And now it is available for your use for free!
With SociaLink, connect instantly on:
Social Networking Issues Solved with SociaLink:
• Difficulty finding someone
• Struggle with the spelling of someone's name during the search process
• Issue keeping social and professional networks separate
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