WhatSay.com Socialmedia Opinion Site Launches
Everyone has something to say. WhatSay.com is the newest place for people to express themselves voice their opinions and start and join social discussions.
"WhatSay.com is a new business venture but not a new concept for our company" says Scott Alliy a serial entrepreneur and founder of multiple internet based businesses. WhatSay.com and AddPR.com are two media domains that AIS acquired in 2002. Both brands were developed and previously had active membership.
WhatSay.com which was a discussion board and AddPR.com a press release submission site were integrated and shared data as can be seen by historical screenshots at internetarchive.org. We were in the socialmedia business before socialmedia became a thing says Scott so we made the decision to pivot to other business ventures at that time.
WhatSay has relaunched in beta and design and development activities are ongoing. We are highly interested to talk with Venture capital groups and investors as well as joint venture partners who want to get in early and capitalize on the next big socialmedia business success story.
This is truly a ground floor opportunity for visionary investors that want to seize the opportunity and enjoy the ride says Scott
WhatSay.com is still in beta which means that investors that get in now will also have say into the development and direction of the software design and site features.
Timely potentially highly lucrative investment opportunities like this do not come along often. Whatsay socialmedia discussion and opinion site is absolutely the right software at the right time where activism news and opinion are at their highest level of market interest and individual participation says Scott.
AIS is offering limited partner and equity investment opportunities for qualified investors.
WhatSay.com https://www.WhatSay.com is a socialmedia discussion site offering the ability to create and join discussions on a variety of subjects. Its model follows the mold of previous successful socialmedia platforms. Whatsay owners are seeking qualified investors and equity partners who wish to be a part of their success.
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