I get into fun debates with my friends all the time, but at the end of it we go away holding our views and the conflicts are never resolved. With WhoIsWrong.com these debates can finally come to an end, and ultimate bragging rights can be claimed.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 25, 2007
WhoIsWrong.com, the Groundbreaking, one-of-a-kind, conflict resolution Web page, has announced a $2,000 giveaway.
Today, the groundbreaking conflict resolution web page, WhoIsWrong.com, announced that it will give away $2,000 to users of its site over the next two months in two separate month long contests. At the end of October and at the end of November, a grand prize of $500 will be awarded to the "User of the Month," and two first place prizes of $250 will be awarded for each "Case of the Month." The competition is completely free. To enter simply open a profile on the site and begin sharing the arguments you are having in your everyday life with the WhoIsWrong.Com community. At the end of each month winners will be chosen based on a user's overall contributions to the site and the quality of the cases posted. For complete details of the giveaway read the Terms and Conditions of the contests.
WhoIsWrong.com is a newly launched website that provides a forum for users to post their arguments for its web community to vote on and ultimately decide which party is wrong in each dispute. "The truth is that everyone has an opinion about everything," says Tom D'Agostino, co-founder of WhoIsWrong.com, who created the site along with his brothers, Chase and Kris and with the design and programming help of Tomasz Osmialowski, "I get into fun debates with my friends all the time, but at the end of it we go away holding our views and the conflicts are never resolved. With WhoIsWrong.com these debates can finally come to an end, and ultimate bragging rights can be claimed."
On the site each user has a free personalized profile with pictures, demographic information, friends, a message wall and a case list. Once inside users can unlock all of the WhoIsWrong.com functions. Those with an argument can support their case with virtually any form of technologically available evidence, including pictures, videos, documents, embedded videos and links to other websites. Others can browse WhoIsWrong.com for interesting cases, post comments, weigh evidence and ultimately cast their vote, influencing the eventual decision of each case.
Arguing with someone? Open a case and let the people decide . . . Who Is Wrong!
About WhoIsWrong.com and its Creators
WhoIsWrong.com is the first-ever, interactive, conflict resolution web page. With a growing web community and base of content the site makes settling disputes a fun, exciting and entertaining experience. Users post, discuss and vote on arguments determining once and for all, Who Is Wrong!
WhoIsWrong.com was created by three brothers who, growing up in close quarters, know something about arguing. Chase D'Agostino will finish his last year of law school in May while his younger brother Tom will begin a masters program in clinical psychology in the fall. Kris, the oldest of the three, is in the process of completing a master's degree in creative writing. Programming and design help was provided by Tomasz Osmialowski.
For further information about WhoIsWrong.com or to arrange an interview with Chase, Tom or Kris D'Agostino please call (914) 438 3991.