Everyme takes the simple idea of communicating with a small group of people via email or text message into the newsiest social media platform.
Everyme users create “circles,” which are private news feeds for specific groups of friends. These updates will then be sent to the users in those circles via email or text message. Even if the people in your circle don’t have an Everyme account, or don’t check it often, they can participate in the conversation because of those messages sent directly to them.
The new take on social media has the potential to be beneficial and intrusive, depending on how it is used.
This feature can allow users to easily make announcements to friends and families in just a few seconds. Users do not have to take the time to individually email, call or contact family members and friends that would like to hear this news because with one simple post on Everyme, the message has just been distrusted.
This feature also has the ability to be annoying and intrusive. Users need to be aware that since updates are relayed to everyone in your circle via email or text message, posts need to be relevant to your audience. Users must use discretion, as participants can’t just “log off” of Everyme to turn away from your declarations—especially for those friends in your circles who never made an account.
While it is easy to describe Eveyme as a social media platform, it is very different than the typical social media experience. Users do not have the process of “friending” or “following” people and it is more than just having a conversation with friends. Everyme is a way to provide updates, pictures and news to the friends and family that want to hear all about your life. It is a real way to start a real conversation about new and exciting changes in your life.
Everyme can make the process of sending out announcements easy for those who have a lot to share with various, specific audiences. However, since the platform is a new concept, users should proceed with caution until they get a feel for this unique process.
- New take on the average social media platform
- Great for keeping people informed on the news life changes
Off the Mark:
- Feels intrusive
- Takes a bit longer to set up than t he average social media network