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22nd November 2011

FaceFlow Hits Milestone With Free Video Chat Service

faceflowChat innovator FaceFlow has announced that its free video chat and video conferencing service recently passed 10,000 daily visits. FaceFlow provides its users a simple and completely free way to talk to friends and family even while apart. Unlike other video chatting platforms, FaceFlow is web-based, there is absolutely no download required. Since the launch of FaceFlow a few months ago, they now have over 200,000 members, and they are growing at a fast rate.

“We are growing at a fast rate, and the best thing about it is that, our marketing budget is zero. Our users promote FaceFlow themselves by referring their friends, and I believe this is one of the best ways to know if your service works,” said the founder of FaceFlow. The website is experiencing a strong growth, and it’s just the beginning.

FaceFlow’s mission is to provide a high quality video chat platform, simple and easily available to people wherever they are. FaceFlow has a lot of ambitious project for the near future, such as:

  •     Releasing FaceFlow 2.0 on the Web, which will feature major improvements
  •     Releasing mobile versions of FaceFlow for iOS and Android
  •     Releasing a desktop application

A web, desktop and mobile platforms will make FaceFlow the most polyvalent webcam chat platform in the market.

FaceFlow is not stopping there in terms of innovation in the video chat industry; they also offer a way for its users to meet new people directly within their platform. If you are bored and none of your friends are online, you can easily find someone to chat and stay in touch with. FaceFlow is happy to be the first video chat company to bring this feature out to the World.

In short, FaceFlow has seen a spectacular growth over the past months:

  •     Around 10,000 daily visits
  •     Around 1000 new daily members
  •     Over 200,000 members in total
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