* In the vast, ultra-popular, and ever-changing world of social media, few platforms and apps have been created by African-American-owned social media companies exclusively for black people. TruSoshort for “really socialis one such enterprise deeply rooted in the African Diaspora.
Scheduled to launch on Juneteenth (Sunday, June 19, 2022), TruSo, now in beta mode, will feature both “audio and visual” capabilities that are reported to empower black people socially, educationally, culturally and professionally. .
The new app will feature a content calendar allowing users to connect with figures in entertainment, sports, business and finance, social advocacy and other sectors important to empowering African Americans.
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Kareem Grimes – Miki Barber – Sway Calloway – Terrell Owens Four celebrities stand behind TruSo as endorsers, investors and spokespersons: NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens, media mogul Sway Calloway, l actor and producer Kareem Grimes and Olympic gold track star Miki Barber.
“TruSo is a revolutionary social media platform that will create a space that is both community-driven and empowering,” Owens recently told EURweb.com. “It’s the best of ‘audio and video’ – and an all-inclusive social platform for people who want their social media time to be well spent. As well as being a social space that allows Black people to engage in collaborative and productive conversations, TruSo is also for Black entrepreneurs, providing them with immediate resources that can help them start or grow their business.
Owens added, “When you think about some of the apps out there, some aren’t as engaging and don’t build community effectively,” said the six-time Pro Bowler, who holds or shares many NFL receiving records.
“When you add the video component to this app, which TruSo does, it’s going to bring people together. It’s one thing to hear someone, but it’s different to hear and see someone.
According to TruSo Founder and CEO, Matthew Newman, the social networking app is poised to welcome millions of social media users looking for a safe, truly social, inclusive and empowering networking space. Newman said that when TruSo launches in early summer, it will be in sync with the metaverse’s virtual reality space.
TruSo’s senior executive is proud that the app, in an unprecedented way, is accessible to more than 360 million deaf and hard of hearing people around the world. The app will be available for Android and iPhone users.
“At its core, TruSo is the barbershop, beauty salon, and brainchild of the black community,” Newman explained. “We have drawn on this cultural inspiration to create an online space to continue and advance the conversations that begin in these familiar spaces, and we recognize the unique and profound impact that black culture and content has had on the world. through the generations. We celebrate these contributions and strive to highlight and maximize this impact as a truly inclusive social media platform.
Newman continued. “TruSo is designed to empower individuals professionally and financially, with a built-in monetization framework and an in-app resource library with over 100 documents and forms from successful entrepreneurs. thousands of followers to monetize on TruSo Community-plus members can monetize in several ways, one of which is simply by inviting others to subscribe to the platform.
Newman added that the blatant racism on many social media platforms against black people and communities has affirmed the need for a social networking app created, owned and operated by black people for the global African diaspora.
For Sway Calloway, the fact that TruSo is black owned and operated was a big factor in his endorsement and investment in the app.
“It’s something special for me to step into the bottom floor of something that I know is going to be huge,” said Calloway, the legendary music journalist, producer, rapper and radio host of “Sway in the Morning” on Sirius XM Shades 45. “The most appealing thing is that TruSo is black owned. I love that it was created for us… by us. ”
Calloway continued. “We are black people doing great things that will be of great benefit to the black community,” Calloway said. “I think for young black kids to see that black people are doing amazing things with creating and owning social media platforms, it’s going to open their minds to wanting to do something similar if not more.”
Newman said TruSo is currently offering ordinary people the opportunity to become investors and shareholders in the early stages of the social networking app. He said that for as little as $117.00 on Level 1 of TruSo’s five-tier investment tiers, individuals can invest and take advantage of equity crowdfunding as a potential wealth-building option. According to TruSo investment sources, individuals can invest until April 30, 2022.
“By investing in TruSo, you’re not just investing in a nuanced social media platform, you’re supporting a movement for truly authentic and empowering social and professional experiences,” Newman said. “Think of how early investors in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram profited from their participation in the early development of now huge social media platforms.”
To join the waiting list for the launch of TruSoand learn more about investing in the app, visit www.JoinTruSo.com and Https://startengine.com/TruSo.