Social media and emerging mobile technologies have forever changed the landscape of human interaction. If you read business books and work in management functions, you’ve undoubtedly been told about the power of networking — handing out your business card at social luncheons, showing up at key events, and promoting yourself. But just because that’s a widely accepted practice doesn’t mean it’s an effective one. It’s smarmy and manipulative, and usually pretty transparent and we all know it. We live in a world in which more people are connected than ever before but the need is to stay real instead, and build friendships.
Fact being, the digital connections on the Internet are broken. As connected as we are now, there is still a fundamental disconnect between people and the companies that attempt to reach them through these technologies.
BFF, acronym for best friends forever is a decentralized network of pseudo anonymously connected people as per need and recommendations. It is a three prolonged value proposition platform and it will evolve basis this and user’s requirements.
- Either you ask for a contact anonymously
- Or you recommend a friend from your phonebook pseudo-anonymously, and get rewarded with trust score if it was helpful
- Peer-to-peer connect with the contact reference on your question asked
Simple, no? Would you want to use it? Ask for early access here https://thebffapp.com/