Is Ashton Kutcher be behind Wibbalz?
July 15, 2014 Wibbalz
Could Wibbalz be Asthon’s answer for his epic fail with Twitter?
As we all know, it was once said that Asthon Kutcher claimed that he created Twitter. Although we all know
this not to be truem, no one can take the fact that Asthon was the ﬁrst person to attract 1 million followers on
the popular social network site Twitter. In the resent years Asthon’s relationship with the service has
diminished in recent years, as was stated on theverge.com. According to CNBC Kutcher said, “Twitter’s
experience has changed for me, pretty drastically.”
With that being said, has the Famous Kutcher ﬁnally went out and created his own Social Network? No one
really knows. All anyone knows is that there is this word or “Brand” of some type creating quite a buzz! The
question of the day is: “What is Wibbalz and who’s behind it?” Could this be the next wave in Social Media?
Or is it just a simple idea, product or name that means nothing? Again, nobody knows WHAT Wibbalz is! We
have done our own research on the matter and we can’t ﬁnd ANYTHING! Nothing at all except for a few
Youtube videos, blogs and other post asking the very same question, “What is Wibbalz?” There has even
been reports that ﬂiers have been posted all over the country simply stating, “Wibbalz, Coming in October
2104.” So the only thing anyone knows for sure is that we will all know more about Wibbalz later this year.
Keep your eyes open for more about this Amazing new thing called Wibbalz. What is it? How will it affect
you? Who is behind it? These are only a few questions surrounding the word: Wibbalz. What can YOU ﬁnd
out about it? If you want to discuss what you have found out about Wibbalz or you just want to see what
others have found out, visit www.whatiswibbalz.com today to start your search for the meaning of Wibbalz.
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