Sembul is about sharing and discovering real stories from real people who are at noteworthy events. Articles describing what’s happening are filled with rich, compelling photos, text, video and audio straight from the source, in real time. Users on site can help complete the picture by answering important questions about what’s happening using quick and easy interfaces. Key details about the event are presented beautifully and succinctly with pictograms and symbols. No noise- just the information you need.
Accurate and Beautiful.
Accurate - Get real info only from real people on the ground. Stories are vetted by others in the area.
Complete - Sembul gets the whole story by gathering all the important details.
Visual - Beautiful pictograms help you quickly get the key information about the event.
Powerful. Informative. Personalized.
All posts relating to a story are compiled into one source, creating an article that’s accessible to anyone. No more searching by hashtag or scouring feeds and websites.
Real Time - Stories are updated as they happen and are assembled chronologically. Key Details are updated regularly as events unfold.
Interactive - Relevant questions are sent only to users on site to complete the picture. Respond effortlessly using fast and easy interfaces.
Large Scope - From riots to rock concerts, create stories from a huge variety of events.
Social - Follow friends and organizations. Attend, share, and curate stories on your channel.
Personalized - Suggestions for articles based on your interests are pushed to you.
Discover - Get alerted to stories and events in your area. Discover stories by searching, or browse based on category.
Twitter- Link Sembul to your Twitter account and share to your friends.
Promote your event by creating an attractive custom photo, video or audio cover for the article covering it.
Communicate with your attendees on the scene by sending custom questions. Incentivize answering. No more searching through social media feeds. Get the info you need from the people that matter the most.
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