Thumzup Platform Aims to Disrupt the $208 Billion Online Advertising Market


Available in the App Store and Google Play, Thumzup Aims to Democratize the Social Media Branding Industry by Incentivizing Virtually Everyone to Post about Brands and Businesses through Major Social Media Outlets

Thumzup Media Corporation is excited to announce that its revolutionary platform, available in the App Store and Google Play, is aiming to democratize the $208 billion dollar advertising industry[1], similar to how Uber and Airbnb disrupted the transportation and hotel industries, respectively.

The Thumzup mobile app, which is available for download in the App Store and Google Play, incentivizes virtually everyone to become social media advocates for the brands they enjoy by paying them cash for approved posts.

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“Prior to Thumzup, the old-fashioned legacy advertising business model has not engaged consumers to become brand advocates on a mass scale,” stated Robert Steele, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Thumzup. “Over the past few years, we’ve seen the rise of influencer marketing, but only a few accounts with large followings have been able to materially benefit. Thumzup is a natural progression of the trend towards democratization that we have seen take place in the hospitality industry with Airbnb, the taxi industry with Uber and Lyft, the food delivery industry with Doordash, among many others. Thumzup enables virtually everyone to earn money for their posts on major social media platforms that they already use. At Thumzup, we believe everyone’s voice has value.”

A recent Nielsen report found more than 80% of consumers believe that friends and family are the most reliable sources of information about products[2]. According to a Pixlee article, 64% of millennials recommend a product at least once a month[3], and according to a 2019 Morning Consult survey, 86% of Gen Z and millennials would post content for monetary compensation[4].

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