Chad Sweely

A New Twist to a Common Facebook Gesture

By: Chad Sweely

The iEntry Network (WebProNews‘s parent company) has recently been developing a lot of creative applications to help meet your eBusiness-related social media goals, such as: SocialDitto, and LinkNotify. More about these recently released applications can be found be reviewing the following WebProNews eBusiness Directory Blog posts:

Along with the tools that have been mentioned above, the iEntry Network has developed a new social media (specifically Facebook) application that allows you to “spank” a user instead of poking them. The crazy and twisted website/application that allows you to perform this is called Spank a Friend. This newly released website’s motto is the following, playing on the recent Charlie Sheen “Winning” trend.

“Poking is dumb. Spanking is WINNING.”

Besides “spanking” your friends and colleagues on Facebook, this new application does not end with just spanking. Whenever you spank a fellow Facebook user, you receive 10 points. Whenever your Facebook account gets spanked, 1 point gets deducted from your total points, so it is best to spank as many users as you can. To view your (and your friends’) points, click on the “Spank Bank” to see where you rank among your friends under the “Friends Leaderboard” section.

Do you like Spank a Friend? If so, be sure to “Like” Spank a Friend on Facebook to receive updates in your News Feed regarding our newly published application. Be sure to leave any feedback regarding Spank a Friend in our comments section below.

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2 Responses to “A New Twist to a Common Facebook Gesture”

  1. Don Morgan Says:

    Silly waste of time and counter productive. Poke and spank are distractions.

  2. WebProNews Directory Blog » Blog Archive » Have You Been Spanked Lately? Says:

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