Networking in the golden age of social media is often a challenging prospect
While it was once a novel concept to have a personal email, businesses and their employees are now taking place in a vibrant online scene that is teeming with sites, apps, and unique opportunities to promote and grow. In this vast sea of accounts and memberships, it is easy to become overwhelmed. Pushdot, a networking app for iOS, seems to be the answer to this problem.
A social network for social networks, Pushdot leads with the byline “A simple and easy way to personally share your contact details with those you know or are introduced to.” Rather than filling the overladen niche of third-party contact apps, Pushdot consolidates and organizes accounts under one username.
Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Vimeo—all of these, and more, are linkable under the same contact that one might store an email address and phone number. Contacts may also be updated, merged, and added onto as per a user’s command. This facilitates constant, real-time accessibility, and negates the dinosaur-age problems of having to contend with out-of-date accounts and frustrating misinformation.
Pushdot is also thinking of your privacy
In addition to its ease-of-access, ease-of-mind approach to networking, Pushdot is incredibly private—in fact, it allows only the info one chooses to share to be shared, rather than sending an entire standardized business card. It is accessible to all recipients—regardless of whether they have Pushdot or not—and it is flexible, which enables it to be used over an array of messaging mediums, such as in-app, email address, or SMS.
The possibilities are endless, from profile-building on a professional level to a one-click résumé via social media. Gone is the need for address books, sticky notes, or obscure text files on your computer—Pushdot is the way to go if painless networking and consolidation is your end goal.