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Quilmach LLC Announces the Introduction of QUILMACH.COM, the first Community Based Personal Advice Device on the Web
Date:5/11/2010

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  • Where do I go for vacation, Cancun or Puerto Vallarta?
  • What name should I give my puppy?

  • Leveraging the ‘Wisdom-of-the-Crowds’ effect, advice-seekers will be able to benefit by seeing how the community voted as well as by receiving their written feedback. People posting questions will also be able to analyze the votes by voter demographics (gender, age, religion, etc.)

    “With Quilmach we seek a high quality of content. For this reason, submitted queries are moderated in order to ensure their authenticity and clarity,” said Israel del Rio, CEO, Quilmach LLC.

    Quilmach’s patent pending technology ensures that even the moderators will not know the identity of the person posting the question. Membership in Quilmach is free. Registered members automatically receive sufficient Q/Points to submit at least two queries. Also, members will earn Q/Points each time they vote. They can then apply earned Q/Points to submit additional questions.

    “We expect the Beta period to help seed the site with interesting questions, to make the audience familiar with the concept, and to help us identify and react to community feedback.,” said Chief Technology Officer, Tom Toppel.

    During the beta period we expect to validate Quilmach as the pioneering advice device that will turn a ‘Word of Advice’ into a ‘World of Advice’.

    For more information, or to "Quilmach" your own personal advice request, or to vote and give feedback to queries, visit the Quilmach Beta version at www.quilmach.com!

    About Quilmach
    Quilmach is the first ever Community Based Personal Advice Device on the Web, allowing people to literally get “A World of Advice”. Quilmach was co-founded by Israel d
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