It used to be that car dealerships had a fleet of cars that customers could drive while their own vehicle was in the shop for maintenance or repairs.
It used to be that taxis or public transport were the only way to get from the airport to the hotel.
It used to be that friends and family were our ad hoc cab drivers at our beck and call.
Geez I sound like an old dude 🧑🦯… So what’s the case now?
Ride sharing is a way of life. In fact, Uber has become a verb just like Google. “I’ll Uber to the airport,” or “I’ll Uber home.”
But reaching this point has been no easy ride – excuse the pun – for the company.
While Uber is one of those love-to-hate, hate-to-love companies, whose practices have long been (and remain) highly controversial, there’s no doubting its success. For sure, its investors have had a wild journey 😵💫 so far.
Part of Uber’s success is how it chose to eat the elephant 🐘, so to speak.
That is, it initially took one bite at a time – infiltrating and rising to domination one city at a time, starting in San Francisco. Another factor contributing to its rise to power was its ability to reduce prices for customers and make access super easy with its app.
(And if you’re wondering…YES, I’ve been watching Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber on Netflix.)
In short – Uber democratized the traditional cab industry.
Similarly, they are seeking to infiltrate their space one city at a time…this is something I had the pleasure of talking about recently with the CEO of Thumzup (TZUP), Mr. Robert Steele.
And by talking with Mr. Steele, it’s clear this hot new startup is democratizing the world of social media marketing and digital advertising. (Basically, that means it’s normalizing social media marketing in a way that makes it accessible to anyone!)
It does this using its app to make traditionally time-consuming and costly social media marketing accessible to all.
It works by allowing app users to share their shopping experience on social media – and because no-one wants to steer their friends and family wrong, they’ll be brutally honest.
Then, the company you reviewed pays you for the post!
That’s pretty genius 🧠 if you ask me!
So why am I telling you all of this?
Because, while TZUP is already a public company, it is currently raising capital in a Reg A+ offering. This means investors can buy shares of Thumzup at the preferential price of $4.50 per share (with a minimum of $1,000) while the stock currently trades for $6.45!
As investors, who can ask for more than getting the opportunity to load up on a great stock at better prices than what they’d pay on Wall Street?!
Also, because the company has already raised $4M since inception and it has surpassed 1,000 users on its app with over 10,000 paid posts so far.
But most of all, because the company is growing RAPIDLY and you don’t want to get left behind!
It’s innovating a brand-new model of marketing with the potential to dominate the $208 BILLION social media marketing and digital advertising industry (1).
Stay tuned for more about Thumzup and their timely investment opportunity. In the meantime, for more information on Thumzup, click HERE to visit its website and HERE for more detail on the current Reg A+ campaign.
Learn more so you can be the judge! Just remember that there are no guarantees… only opportunities.
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