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Social Network Matches Nearby Business Prospects [Future Of Work]

Social Network Matches Nearby Business Prospects [Future Of Work]
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Intro links user information and social contacts to identify shared connections between contacts.

Wesley Robison
  • 27 january 2013

The Future Of Work

Social introduction app Intro links user information and social contacts to identify shared connections between contacts, show potential introductions who are nearby, introduce new connections, and even host secure conversations. Users are able to connect their LinkedIn, Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter profiles to the services, which helps to gather relation-based points for interaction.

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The application alerts users when a possible connection is nearby and can trigger introductions when a user moves into a new city or is traveling. If the user finds a relevant connection, they can ask to be connected to initiate a conversation.

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If you’re looking for more trends, innovative ideas or themes changing the Future of Work, check out our full report for sale here or join us for our Social Media Week discussion with leading experts and industry innovators on Feb 20th. More information here

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