"You already know what that person looks like because you've seen them in real life already. The online photo provides additional recall. It is for all people who want to meet other people AFTER they've made contact somewhere in everyday life."
PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) February 12, 2018
Imagine, if you will, a world of tags, brought to life in a world of personalization, localization and broadening of social networking into localized social communities, each managed individually yet interconnected, where anyone with an idea can create and run their own social network. Meet Frampus.com, the new game-changer in social media!
Frampus is introducing a bold new spin on social networking where they are extending and localizing a network of more than 3,000 individualized social communities to every college/university in the United States. Each college will have their own social community on a Frampus.com subdomain named after each college's EDU domain, each operating independently of one another, yet interconnected. Every college subdomain has its own Admin login credentials, allowing Frampus to recruit community members as sponsors to add more modules and even make money off advertising that would be targeted to each college/university and the areas surrounding them.
This may be a lot to comprehend at once, but put very simply, if you go to Penn State, you know your college's EDU URL is http://www.psu.edu therefore your Frampus URL is psu.frampus.com. Harvard can be found at harvard.frampus.com, NYU is nyu.frampus.com, and so on. By fall semester, this will hold true for every college in the USA that has an EDU URL extension. Visitors are encouraged to log onto the Web site, complete a quick profile and upload a current head shot. Site access is free and for a very limited time only, Frampus ID tags are also free! Frampus ID tags will then be sold at an introductory price of only $5 which also covers shipping!
Merging a bright yellow and black Frampus ID tag with users' profiles, and hosting each campus individually, Frampus users can securely meet people anonymously on their own campuses in real-time, in real-life, and online, using a fun new concept that is being brought to life in 2018 to finally fill the void Facebook left on college campuses when they went global and to add some new spirit to social networking by creating community-driven social communities.
Frampus is also offering a global site located at myframpus.com that's for everyone. Their yellow and black tags have a semi-unique ID printed on them, which makes you searchable online. You're still anonymous but you're now uniquely connected between the real world and the cyberworld. It's a new way to meet people who pique your interest on campus.
Once the registration process is complete users can receive in the mail an attractive, durable, glossy Frampus ID tag to put on their bookbags, backpacks, purses, each printed with a personal identification number, known as the "Frampus ID Tag", by adding it in their shopping cart on Frampus.com. It is affixed to your belongings and looks like an "accessory" only it offers much, much more!
When other users see your identification number, they can log onto the Frampus.com website, enter the Frampus Tag ID they spotted, and learn more about you. If the individual wants to correspond with you, he/she can do so through the website's messaging system. No direct e-mail addresses or any personal information is ever given out!
Frampus.com is being developed by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native, Ben Philips, an Information Technology professional. Philips came up with the idea 12 years ago but the timing was never right, until now. "You already know what that person looks like because you've seen them in real life already. The online photo provides additional recall. It is for all people who want to meet other people AFTER they've made contact somewhere in everyday life."
And for the entrepreneurs and computer geeks, click the UNA link at the bottom of any page to be led to the UNA site where you can start creating your own social networks yourselves, using your own ideas yet using the same software and concepts that Frampus is using. UNA is a product by Boonex and is being made available and extended for collegiate convenience by Frampus. We want to see what college students and others can accomplish by having this incredible open-source software product at their fingertips. The Boonex Marketplace offers many customizable plug-in modules that will be added throughout the year to enhance user experience. Check back often in 2018 as this is a work in progress!
For more information, please visit https://www.frampus.com; contact Ben Philips, Founder, (215) 617-6472, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web Site = https://www.frampus.com
Contact Details = 215-617-6472