Talk Fusion Big Charity Efforts

Talk Fusion and the CEO of the company a giving back to their communities through their employees. The company is currently running a campaign that will allow each Talk Fusion associate to have the ability to give back a free Talk Fusion account to the charity of their choice. CEO of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina, is fully backing the idea and he is committed to being a responsible leader for great causes.

The charity plan gives people an inside look on how Talk Fusion is using charity to show off their technology. The charity account comes with a host of features, including video presentations on how to operate and promote the Talk Fusion charity account.

The account sell itself and is a practical gift for a growing charitable organization. The technology features include video conferencing, emailing features, and newsletter campaigns can be created by account holders. These are only a few of the features that the Talk Fusion charity account has.

Talk Fusion is the type of company that has always given to the community that they serve. Mr. Bob Reina is also known in the Tampa, Florida area for being an advocate for animals, and animal treatment. A few years ago Mr. Reina make a 1 million dollar contribution to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, clearly Mr. Reina cares about all life and is keeping in mind that there is a bigger picture to focus on.

Through Talk Fusion’s efforts the company will continue to support charity organizations by donating valuable technology to help organizations stay current. Talk Fusion’s valuable tools are instruments of charity that could have positive impacts on organizations that matter.

More links on Talk Fusion:

https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/talk-fusion#/entity

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/video-marketing-leader-talk-fusion-launches-30-day-free-trials-300249666.html

Meet New Friends with Skout

Skout is one of the leading mobile-social network apps that helps people to meet and make new friends thereby expanding their social circle. With thousands of college students back on campus, making new friends is essential for networking. Skout conducted a survey to observe the towns that top in using the app for communication amongst friends.

Among the top ten friendliest college towns in the United States are Madison in Wisconsin, Los Angeles in CA, New York City, Ann Arbor in Michigan, Chicago in Illinois, San Francisco in CA, Boulder in Colorado, and Phoenix in Arizona. According to Skout, America’s college town, Boston came in at number twelve on the list. Boulder, Colorado has the most welcoming college-age guys while Madison, Wisconsin, has the most favorable college-age women.

Skout also found out that in the USA, the most generous college-age adults are found in Los Angeles. This is because more virtual gifts are shared between friends using Skout in LA than in Chicago, Dallas, Miami, and Boston combined. It is easier to make friends in college than in high school. Skout makes the process of making new friends easier.

With Skout, users can meet new people and make friends with them. It is also possible to exchange pictures on Skout giving users a better experience. Any prospective user may sign up using their email address or with their Facebook account. It is also possible to populate their account’s profile with basic information stating clearly whether they are interested in men or women.

The main screen of Skout shows a grid view of people who are online at a time. Clicking on a photo displays the user’s information and the last few posts. Skout, as the leading global app where people can meet and make new friends, spans over 180 countries. The app is accessible in 14 different languages. It is downloadable on Android, Windows and iOS devices. This company was founded in 2007 and has its headquarters in San Francisco. For more information, visit their website at skout.com.

Follow them on social media:

https://www.instagram.com/skoutapp/

https://www.linkedin.com/company/skout

Skout Makes Heroes Out Of All Its Members

 

Lots of people wish they were superheroes and the mobile social media network Skout has the proof. Skout recently commissioned a survey asking people various superhero-related questions. The results of the survey revealed people do put a high value on the ethics and selflessness superheroes are known for.

80% of the respondents to the survey said they wanted to be superheroes themselves. No, they do not think they need to be bitten by a radioactive spider or build a powerful flying suit made of iron. The respondents all revealed they felt being a good person in the community and doing things to help others is what makes someone a superhero.

That is not to say the people in the survey did not have any comic book-style aspirations. Many wished they had the superpower of immortality and many do wish they had access to the Batmobile. Neither of those goals are likely to be achieved, but it is nice to dream.

Those questioned in the survey revealed their love for comic book heroes with Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman all coming out on top. Apparently, the D.C. Comics’ heroes seem to be more popular than the Marvel ones right now. Maybe that is all thanks to the hype surrounding Batman v. Superman when the survey was being taken.

There is no hype surrounding the special promotion Skout is performing in conjunction with the survey. Skout remains one of the most popular mobile social networking apps on the planet with members located in countries all around the world. Skout has asked its members to send a “superhero-themed virtual gift” to friends to celebrate National Superhero Day. For each gift sent, Skout will perform an incredibly heroic act. A monetary amount will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Greater Bay Area in California. This way, the good people at Make-A-Wish can continue to help little kids’ dreams continue to come true.

Skout performs a number of these types of charitable endeavors. The superhero theme does have a nice, unique touch to it.

PR Newswire tells the whole heroic tale about Skout, its members, and the great affinity both have towards superheroes.

Skout’s Charitable Acts Get Noticed

For the price of one gift on Skout, users could help feed the hungry. This idea was proposed by Skout, and they did it on National Potato Chip Day. Throughout the day of March 14th of 2016, Skout offered a limited edition gift on their platform. The gift, of course, was a bag of potato chips in order to celebrate the fun holiday. Then, Skout decided to donate the proceeds of the sales of their gift to the San Fransisco Marin Food Bank. They successfully helped feed 20,000 people.

“Virtual gifting within our app is very popular,” says the co-founder and CEO of Skout, Christian Wiklund. This quote and story was originally written about by PR Newswire, and we’ll be sure to share that link at the end of this post.

Apparently, Skout wanted to show their kindness to their community by helping feed people at their local food bank, since they are a company that was founded in San Fransisco. Skout has been doing a number of kind deeds lately.

More About Skout

Skout is one of the most successful start ups from San Fransisco to create a digital and interactive platform for users to network and make friendships over the internet. They have an application that is user friends, and it is free to use. The application is used by a variety of people looking for people to meet for friendship, online friendship and romantic partnerships of different types. The network is full of fun and interesting individuals who are waiting to chat with you right now. If you haven’t tried Skout, then you will be surprised how your life will change with this wonderful network at your fingertips.

Setting up a profile on Skout is fun to do. You get to customize it with your own picture or avatar, and you can be descriptive about your life in your profile. You’ll find people that live near you to talk to without any trouble at all. In fact, they are already on Skout, and they are waiting for you to join in on the fun!

The article that contains more information on Skout and their charitable acts is found here.