March 28, 2017 gilarel

5 Reasons to Use Your Own Voice to Protest

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Times are crazy (aren’t they always?). The last few years have shown us that revolutions start online – and mostly on social networks. Most places on Earth are connected to the internet, and many people across the world are using social platforms to say what they think. We all have a voice, an opinion, and now it’s easier than ever to share it with everyone.

Your voice is the strongest asset you have – don’t be afraid to say what you think about things that are important to you.

HearMeOut gives you the perfect solution to make sure your voice is heard while things are happening in real time.

Here’s why:

  1. Real-time reports – no fake news when things are being recorded live. If you are in a protest, a rally, a get-together and so on – simply record what’s happening and add your commentary. Then immediately deliver the news everywhere.
  2. Voice is more persuasive than your keyboard – it’s easier to feel connected to new ideas when you hear the passion and excitement of the person talking about things that matter like politics, human and animal rights, feminism and climate changes, to name a few.
  3. Using Twitter mentions make sure high profile people are listening – with HearMeOut you can record your post and mention a specific username or a profile. There’s always a chance that Kim Kardashian or the president of the United States would actually listen to you, right? But more important than that, it’s a great way to connect and collaborate with people who share your opinions.
  4. No fakes and no bots – The conversation on HearMeOut is bot free. If you listen to a person talking, you can be sure that it is indeed a real person. It’s an experience of a real, live and vivid debate. No fake news here.

 

 

 

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