The world’s largest platform for promoting the spread of viral content and social justice has a brand new app in the works.
The “Billionaires” app is being developed by the company called #BillionAds.
The app is currently in beta and will be available to download at some point in the next few months.
The new app is the product of an internal brainstorming session that took place last week.
The founders, James M. Delaney, chief content officer, and Paul S. Pichot, senior product officer, had a number of brainstorming sessions last week and the final product is a new app that they hope will “take the platform to new heights” with their vision of “a new kind of social media advertising” and a “world of advertising that is not just about a single product but about a world where advertisers, brands, and consumers interact and work together.”
The idea is that they want to make the platform “an extension of the platform that you already have.”
The app will include tools for “advanced analytics and engagement,” and will “connect advertisers to their most engaged audiences and create new ways for advertisers to reach them,” according to the company’s website.
“The Billionaires” will be a free app that users will be able to download for free from their devices.
The first app to be released is the “Brick” app.
The company will be launching the app “to build on the momentum created by the #Brick campaign,” the announcement reads.
“As a global movement for social change, #Bricks is built on the idea that we need to take an active role in the delivery of change, and our brand has been a catalyst for this movement.”
The second app to launch is the “#BillionBets” app, which will feature ads that are aimed at social justice and the “billionaires.”
It will also feature ads “that are meant to help consumers understand the brands, brands and products they are purchasing,” according the website.
The third app is a “new type of ad,” the app will be focused on “diversifying advertisers.”
It is “a unique platform that will allow brands to reach their largest possible audience with ads targeted to people of color, young people, and women.”
“It will empower brands to engage with a new set of consumers and help them build a new way of doing business,” the company said.
“This is an incredibly exciting time for us and we are so excited to work with all the communities who have supported us to make #Billions.
It is an exciting time.”
The company has also announced that they will be offering a $20 “Bricks for the Billionaires’ Week” for its users to get involved in “building and building” the app.
It’s also being advertised for use as a marketing tool, with “an ad in your Facebook post, a video in your YouTube video, a tweet on Twitter or Instagram, or a tweet in your LinkedIn profile.”
The first two apps are still being developed, but the third will be released in the near future.
The site is not yet available to view and the company did not respond to a request for comment.
The $20 week is the same amount of time a $5,000 bet would take to win $10,000, but it’s unclear if the app would be as successful as the bet.
The idea behind the “billionaires” brand is that “we are the platform, so it’s the people, not the product.”
The founders of #Bills said they were inspired to create the app after they found out that they were going to be “a huge part of the #SOPA protests” in Washington.
“We’ve always wanted to be part of this movement, and we’ve always believed that this is a moment to be a part of it, and that was a part that we took on,” Delaney told the Wall Street Journal.
“What the Billionaire’s app does is help us take that to the next level.”
Pichots also explained to the WSJ that he and Delaney had been brainstorming on the topic of a “billionaire-led” campaign, with the app serving as a “bridge” between brands and “bond partners” who will provide advertisers with the “tough but necessary data to help brands get the most out of their campaign.”
They also said that the app was a way to help “advertisers and brands connect with people of colour and young people.”
Delaney said the app has already helped a number brands “start conversations” with people on the street.
“It was a great conversation, and I think the first time we had a conversation like that with somebody was really positive,” he said.