Social networking sites rule this era and they invariably take your identity to the best possible level if used effectively. Gone are the days when celebrities, politicians and many other personalities used to live under cover. Today, these top profile people are right there on every social networking site to update about their proceedings and high jinks happenings in their lives. Government bodies and private agencies have exclusive pages on these social networking sites where they inform about latest buzz in their circles. In a way, I would say that these updates are beneficial for ordinary people to know things instantly and easily. So, here is a social networking site that has just got a high-profile member!
US President Barack Obama just created a profile in Foursquare, a location-based social networking site that is hugely popular among the young crowd. Foursquare helps you and your friends find fantastic ways to identify and to explore cities and great places in the world! With Mr.Obama joining the network, the social networking site has just reached another milestone! The White house is now on Foursquare and helps people with tips about its administration activities to the US citizens and people across the globe. They get to know about what’s the current buzz with Mr. Prez like the places he visited, what he did there, great historical information etc., You can interact with the White House administrative officials via your feedbacks and comments.
White House officials in their blog have stated “There are over 10 million people already “checking in” around the world and you will be able to discover tips from the White House”. Well, the launch timing on Foursquare is perfect, because President Obama kicks off his economic bus tour across Midwest. You can also follow and connect with the president on the road through Cannon falls, Minnesota and few other places.
So, what are you waiting for, tag along with the president’s tour and check-in to let your friends know you’re there!
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