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Webtalk Review – What is Webtalk? — 6 Comments

  1. When I started going through this blog, I never thought that I would be able to connect with it. I went through each and every stuff bit by bit and it was really fascinating. I am very eager to join webtalk. Most of the social platforms started just like webtalk and see where they are now. Webtalk has a bright future ahead . I would like to join . Can you refer me . I cant wait anymore

    • Hi Sai, thanks for your comment, I do think Webtalk might just be the next Facebook-Linkedin-Amazon-combo if they play their cards right, it may be difficult for most people to see it right now but probably the best time to get in. Just click the banner that says Join and it will enable you to join and connect with me. I look forward to seeing you inside! To your Success and Prosperity!

  2. I have joined Webtalk, still not getting how it works or what my benefit of joining is. There have been similar sites a few years ago that allegedly share revenue with users (end up being pennies). Not actually heard much from them.

    I do think there is space for a social network that does not partake in surveillance capitalism and the sale of our data and being not so full of ads. Facebook might be the king of social media but the king has had its day!

    • Hi Derek, thanks for your comment. I agree that there are just way too many social networks that are out there that use their members to their benefit. Webtalk is still at the formation stage but the owners are working really hard to create a better user experience. If you log in and connect with myself and the founder of Webtalk, RJ Garbowicz, he keeps the users updated within the platform. Another thing I kinda like is that you don’t get a myriad of emails to your private inbox from Webtalk, everything is shared within the Newsfeed within Webtalk and there are lots of updates and information on there. I hope this helps. I know about those RevShares that only pay pennies yet better a few pennies than none especially when you are not doing anything beyond your usual routine to receive those pennies. To your Success and Prosperity!

  3. This really sounds like a good opportunity to get in on the ground floor. It seems to me that people are backing away from social media groups. But it could be they are simply changing to new ones. Facebook seems to be all-powerful. Yet everyone I know is tired of it. They say Facebook is too big to fail. But I’m in the publishing business and I never thought I’d see the day when major newspapers and magazines were fighting to stay afloat. They all depend on readers and advertising. When the people move on the publishers can’t pay the bills. Also this kind of profit sharing plan for Webtalk makes it worth checking out. To get in at the beginning before the crowd seems like a good way to promote products. I’m going to go back and read it again. I’m not you said anything about advertising or using it to promote something on you page. So anyway, thanks for the great review. It sounds pretty exciting.

    • Hi John, thanks for your comment. Yes, times have certainly changed a lot. People are no longer falling into the so-called “Sheep factor” coined by manipulative marketers like the big Media systems that are falling apart. People are now choosing for themselves and breaking the moulds of control. Webtalk is the Social Media of the times combing everything you get from Linkedin, Facebook and Ebay Marketplace. You can definitely promote your business on the Newsfeed. In the Video in my post RJ Garbowicz, talks about Webtalk wanting to showcase each user as they are, regardless of who you are. I definitely recommend getting into it whilst it’s still not too crowded. I look forward to seeing you on the inside!

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