Volkalize: Power of the PeoplePosted by J Craig on June 22, 2013
We all know about Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, but there is a new social networking site that is drastically different from all of these. How many of you have been discussing and posting your political rants or articles on Facebook and Twitter? Many of you I’m sure, but more often than not they either go unnoticed or even annoy those who are not as politically passionate. This is where Volkalize comes in. This site was launched in May of this year by 23-year-old Arizona State University graduate Jordan Bosstick of San Diego, California. She is a young entrepreneur who wanted to combine politics with popular culture. She understood the best way to do that was to take advantage of the internet; which is where many young men and women spend much of their time.
Jordan says, “I started Volkalize.com because I want politics and political discussions to become a part of our popular culture. Social media is the best way to engage people, so I knew if I wanted to get people talking about politics I had to create a platform on the web.”
Volkalize is a political social networking site where the people create the discussion instead of the media. This site allows you to create a profile, which can be anonymous or not and begin engaging in a variety of political discussions without seeing pictures of what your friends had for dinner. Volkalize brings politics and popular culture into the minds of those participating because the discussions are created by ‘we the people’. When this occurs, it allows for more critical thinking to take place as far as politics are concerned because you talk about what is important to you. Far too often, we sit back and watch what stories the main stream media chooses to cover when they don’t necessarily speak about what is relevant in our lives. Volkalize changes all of that. It gives the power to you. It allows for the user to start a conversation by simply creating a new topic or engaging in one already trending. This site is very user friendly and allows you to share your posts and comments to all of the other social networking sites.
Volkalize differs from many of the other sites out there because you can see posts and comments from other people on the topics you care about without them being in your social network. This does not happen on Facebook or Twitter as you have to be following them or they have to be friends with you.
So, if you are passionate about politics or looking for a better alternative to Facebook or Twitter, then look no further than Volkalize.com. Join today and start volkalizing your opinion and engaging in the topics that are important to you. Better yet, invite your friends, family members, neighbors, peers, and classmates to start engaging as well. You may just find the passion about a specific issue that you had no idea you possessed. This site brings together many different ideologies without dictating to you what political views or perspectives to have. That is controlled by you the user. This is another great feature about the site.
“The discussions are completely user driven, Volkalize has no influence over what topics are discussed or what facts or opinions are expressed. It’s discussions powered by the people. On Volkalize.com people aren’t labeled as Republican or Democrat, they can deliver their political message in its raw form and debate with their peers.” – Jordan Bosstick
Volkalize is unbiased, informative, and extremely addicting. Just wait and see. So, go visit the site today and begin engaging with other politically passionate people. Do not be afraid to speak up or say what’s on your mind. America is better when citizens stay informed and engaged. Volkalize helps with that. This site has unlimited potential to be the premier site for political discussion because it involves you and is essentially controlled by you. Do your part and Volkalize!
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