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Todaychats releases a new helpful video
Today Chats recently released an instructional video that outlines the features of Todaychats.com.
Today Chats officially launched the site on the first of April and is running a contest during the month of April in celebration. The contest details are as follows.
- Everyone registering with the site during the month of April will be provided a complimentary point in which to initiate their first post.
- The post with at the most votes, at least 10 to qualify, will win up to $250. There are four categories to choose from and each category will have a $250 winner.
Todaychats.com is poised to become the primary source for social media giveaways. The innovative platform developed by Today Chats allows individuals the opportunity to share their personal, professional, or even fictional experiences and earn the chance to win money from those shared experiences. It has become clear that social media sites are popular and are here to stay. These sites may morph over time into new looks and new features, but there will clearly be some type of sharing opportunity for people.
Todaychats.com allows people the opportunity to share experiences, which is something that has become a daily occurrence for most people around the world. The unique difference though between the standard sharing of thoughts and Todaychats is that each person sharing an original thought will purchase the chance to publish their thought, be voted on by their peers, and ultimately win a prize if they receive the largest
number of votes.
Todaychats.com was developed as an online social media site that provides a reward for posting original and interesting content. Today Chats makes it possible for people to post their original thoughts and receive a chance to win a reward for doing so. All that will be required of the seller is to register on the website and follow the instructional video, which will lead them through the process of posting their first experience.
The new Today Chats instructional video can be found on YouTube at http://youtu.be/
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