The new social-media platform will let users create “Chimes.” These are images, videos, polls, and links that you can cross-post to Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. You can sort Chimes by interests, who shared them, popularity, and date. You follow Chimers, like Twitter. There’s some hope for the new company, since its creator, UberMedia, has already explored the sector, creating UberSocial, a Twitter app.
Chime.in hopes to attract business from the start, in a way that other social-media sites haven’t. It promises high monetization, allowing current publishers like Universal, Bravo, and Disney to receive 100 percent of ad revenues. Those publishers will receive 50 percent of any ads UberMedia places for the publisher.
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