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October 11, 2012

WotWentWrong Launches Impressions, a New, Relationship-Oriented Social Timeline

By Brittany Walters-Bearden, TMCnet Contributor

Now, it seems that there are countless different kinds of social media: those driven by personal photos and thoughts, those driven by pithy thoughts, those driven by images, and those driven by video. WotWentWrong’s new social timeline, Impressions, combines a variety of formats into a new, unique platform that promises to be compelling.

With the reticence that (some) people have when it comes to sharing personal information on places like Facebook (News - Alert), where people know them, WotWentWrong Impressions will crowdsource dating and relationship advice, without giving friends and family all the dirt and details. Users will be able to record their major relationship events, create polls asking for dating and relationship advice, and blog their dating stories.

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Impressions will, undoubtedly, bring out different qualities in different people: the exhibitionist in some and the voyeur in others. It promises an unprecedented opportunity to share the things that you could never share with your friends and family, as well as a look into the lives of others.

In the promotional video, WotWentWrong shows how users can find the advice that they need anonymously, helping them to make a better impression with their new partner and to form a solid relationship. It also touts the benefits to crowdsourcing dating problems, which saves money on dating books that don’t address specific problems and situations, and dating coaches and relationship therapists, who are too costly for most people, especially on a long-term basis.

Whether or not people will be willing to share the most intimate details of their lives with strangers is the big question; however, with modern society’s willingness to share everything from pictures of their dinner to rants on platforms where they are clearly identified, Impressions should have no problem persuading people to share personal information when they are totally anonymous.

Edited by Brooke Neuman
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