Do you think social networking for an individual is forever? I mean that every one have to pass away one day and social networking isn’t forever. But Evertalk – Facebook app, enables Facebook users to show their tribute to all those beloved Facebook users who are no more, in this world.
Facebook or any other social networking website, it’s all about one’s social presence and recognition. People are only concerned about how many friends they have or how to maintain their social network and did you ever think about what would happen if you are invited by death.
Questions might pop up in your mind as how many friend will come to know about it and how many will come forward to show their gratitude.
Moreover Facebook memorizes the account when someone passes away, enabling only confirmed friends to view their profile.
Users don’t have to worry no more. Evertalk, now enables the memories of the Facebook users, to stay alive forever, among their friends and family members. Thanks to Russ Hearl – founder of Evertalk.
Users can search for the one’s who have lost their lives through the Evertalk app and further notify other friends and members of the family. Users will be able to share photos, videos and can even comment in the guestbook created by their loved once.
Evertalk includes an option for the donation process, which could be a huge relief for the death ceremonial. Users can make sure of the design preview that they want to create before posting it.
Users can search for the people in Evertalk for free but need to pay to publish a page. Users can pay $2 per month for a page whereas they can pay $29 annually where unlimited memorial pages can be created.
Though Facebook is focused on generating revenue through ads by increasing the number of ads on user’s home page, still Facebook morally supports its users with apps like Evertalk. Definitely this app will enable more and more people to post and share stuffs related to their beloved ones, in order to keep them alive digitally, even after their death.
Here is a video about Evertalk