Greetings all, the following is an FYI of our new technology you should all be watching as well as an invitation to call me AKA sales pitch.
I am making this post to announce the availability of a new technology that will allow social media sites, especially dating sites to monetize like never before.
Our patent-pending software allows your users to send real-world gifts to each other without knowing or disclosing private information. In the social media industry discretion and privacy are paramount. Using gimmeo as a privacy proxy makes it impossible for both the gift giver and the gift receiver to obtain eigh others private information all the wile having access to customer service and delivery confirmation.
Since the dawn of time, gift giving has been an important part of courtship. gimmeo allows you to offer this very human interaction to your users—and you, the media site get the entire sales commission. You also will get better, more reliable information about the interests of your users and the potential purchases they are likely to make for more effective advertising sales and affiliate programs. There are more benefits that translate to increased revenue that can be gleaned depending on your revenue model.
gimmeo functions much like virtual gifts with the exception of rather than a lame 50x50 pixel picture of flowers or chocolate showing up in the recipient's e-mail, real and tangible items show up at their door. gimmeo is baked into you site as a "send a gift" feature. Your users never leave your site. Sites with gimmeo will have a competitive advantage that surpasses revenue. Dating sites with a more real-world courtship experience have a competitive advantage in attracting users and keeping them actively engaged with each other.
The best part is that gimmeo is as easy to implement and manage as PayPal, it is ready now, and it is free to you—no upfront cost, no licensing fees, no revenue sharing, no customer service cost, and no development cost. You could be making money with gimmeo this Valentines Day.
In order to take gimmeo seriously you will need much more information that is probably not appropriate for a forum—although I will try to keep this thread going if there are replies. Feel free to contact me directly to answer questions to see if gimmeo makes sense for you and your site.
Stop in and meet us in person at the upcoming conference.
It's better to gimmeo than to receive.