Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) May 2, 2006
Instant Messenger-IMVITE Knows Today’s Students Have The Ring Tones, The Right Clothes and Friends All Over The Planet. Multi-Messaging Is No Longer A Novelty, But A Necessity.
Today’s students and teenagers have grown up with the computer; use Instant Messaging (http://www.imvite.com/students), and in fact many, if not most, while younger than the first microcomputer are more technologically literate and Internet savvy than ever.
Instant messaging has swept through the wired world. For college students and teenagers it often represents the primary communication option. For some younger users, it simply presents the opportunity to chat with friends while avoiding using cell phone minutes or tying up a land line. To the shy, it offers a way of socializing and talking more impersonally, with time to calculate what they should say and for IMVITE users, (http://www.imvite.com/students) it is also powerful educational resource.
But what is the catch? There is none, just a product that supports students and teenagers and is as seamless as it is simple. Cutting-edge technology to meet the needs of an age old challenge… There must be something to buy or make it difficult to use? Expensive software, complex user instructions and costly upgrades? Absolutely not! Just a free product that understands young people. Advanced technology to meet the needs of an age old dilemma - Homework to do, friends to talk to, information and answers and no time to waste.
According to a recent study conducted by Pew Internet & American Life Project, approximately three-quarters of American teenagers regularly use instant messaging.
Instant Messaging is a multi-faceted technology that infuses the best of education, social and entertainment usage into one dynamic and free product. The result, IMVITE, (http://www.imvite.com/students) - a multi-messenger that is no longer a novelty, but a necessity. Unlike the telephone, it allows students, teenagers and all young people the opportunity to communicate in real-time with friends, family, teachers and professors and parents love it as it avoids bad connections, hefty long distance rates and makes arguments over who gets to use the phone next a thing of the past.
The IMVITE multi-messenger, (http://www.imvite.com/students) is a free application that puts real-time and real-life solutions in the hands of today’s youth. Users control who sees when they are online -- and all contacts whether on MSN, Yahoo, AOL or ICQ are only a keystroke away. Busy students and teens can even custom design the IMVITE messenger to meet specific requirements! Need access the hottest fashion or music news? IMVITE can do it. Need to do a Google search to link directly to information for that next big term-paper? IMVITE multi-messenger is the all-in one connection.
Life is complicated, but a multi-messenger does not need to be and Imvite (http://www.imvite.com/students) is quite simply the best! With IMVITE to IMVITE chat, user messages are secured with 128 bit encryption, so only a user’s contacts will see private messages, keeping chat sessions real-time and real secure.
But what about some of the toughest critics, students and teenagers?
“Imvite does it all, I have 102 buddies on my IMVITE List and I talk to 7 or 8 people at one time. Even my parents are happy because my cell phone bill is practically nothing now" – Samantha 17- San Antonio Texas.
“…Sure I use Instant Messaging to stay in touch with friends and family, but Imvite gives me more. Harvard Law School is all about being the best and you can’t just be good, you need to be great or you simply get lost in the crowd. I know the Internet inside and out and I know how helpful it can be. IMVITE has allowed me to harness the best of the World Wide Web with access to Google searches, news updates and yes an occasional instant message to that smart, cute blonde in my Contracts class.” Kevin – First year Law student- Harvard Law School
"It's the way they [Students] communicate with each other and the best way to communicate with us," Eduardo Diaz, Professor, Columbia University School of Social Work.
Can you think of anything more a student or teenager would need? IMVITE did. How about a spam free zone with free worldwide PC-to-PC calls. Now, all users need are speakers and a microphone (or a headset), and they can chat with anyone worldwide for free. For International students this is a single point and click away from far away friends and family.
Technology remains vital in the lives of teenagers and college students and continues to show significant growth. Ninety-five percent (95%) of college students are online. Sixty-five percent (65%) of online college students use broadband Internet access compared to 37% in the general online population, reinforcing that Instant Messaging and the IMVITE Multi-Messenger (http://www.imvite.com/students) are no longer a novelty but a necessity.
Published by http://www.softwareprojects.com