Adloopz is a new service launched today that allows you to post adverts and share them with your friends and followers on social media platforms.
The service, currently in beta version, was founded by five Nigerian tech entrepreneurs.
Adloopz helps people to spread the news of their products/services via adverts they create on Adloopz which gets shared across several social networks.
To get a beta invite, tweet at @adloopz and ask for an invite with the hashtag #adloopzbeta attached to your tweet.
How It Works?
Once you create/log into your account, go to the settings page and setup any information you feel will help your customers get in touch with you. Then, link your Adloopz account to your social networks (Facebook, Twitter, etc).
To create an advert, simply click on the “Post ad” button, upload pictures and add meaningful descriptions about what you want to advertise. You can also indicate when and where you want Adloopz to serve your adverts.
After your adverts are created and published to the advert feed, the service allows you to loop your adverts across social networks.
Adloopz also let’s you comment on adverts, like them, share them to your social networks and email them to others.
You can also monitor and guage user interaction with your adverts via the Adloopz statistics.
These days, entrepreneurs are launching startups and apps that leverage on the social graph.
The idea behind Adloopz is quite cool, and looks somewhat like RadiumOne, a service that uses your Facebook friends interactions to deliver relevant ads to users for brands and products that their friends like.
It’ll be interesting to see if this service would be adopted as well as what business models are likely to be adopted.
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