ANN ARBOR, Mich., Sept. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Will barn animals and a conversational-video platform known as Skipstone lead the way in establishing a respectful tone about the political issues facing Americans?
"If barn animals can talk about the issues in a respectful manner, then maybe people can too," said Troy Ontko, CEO of GoSkipstone.com, a conversational-video platform that uses augmented reality and allows people to ask questions of the participants in the video and in return they get an answer. "The animals of BarnSpeak.com are leading the way on many issues like healthcare, protesting, N Korea, Russia and tax reform and I hope people will follow their lead."
Skipstone, which was first brought to the public's attention by presidential candidate Gary Johnson last Fall, is a conversational-video platform where the viewer requests information based on their area of interest or asks questions they have about products, services or other topics. It features augmented reality which ensures well-crafted messages that are delivered consistently and on demand. The Skipstone platform is a two-way avenue of communication with the audience, alerting brands of consumer areas of interest or product support needs.
Skipstone, which is located in Ann Arbor, MI can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and email. The animals talking politics on BarnSpeak.com are currently being shared on many of the above-mentioned social media platforms.
More information can be found at GoSkipstone.com and BarnSpeak.com