Remote Help For You And Aunty Annette
With the holidays just around the corner and many family members intending to upgrade their computer system, it’s time once again to talk about remote assistance.
One of the current highly rated options is from a consumer Internet company named CrossLoop. They have a free and easy-to-use software application for desktop sharing that empowers folks to help other computer users anywhere in the world.
CrossLoop connects computer users with trusted, qualified service providers and friends who can provide the support they need quickly and conveniently.
CrossLoop opens up a whole new world of collaborative possibilities. People of any level of technical expertise can now remotely collaborate with others over the Internet. Many of the problems and frustrations associated with using computers can be solved if those who have the answer to a PC problem can quickly link to those who have the problem.
Although most of us embrace technology in our lives, there is a technology paradox – along with tremendous benefit comes a high cost… we all get stuck from time to time and lose productivity. For some, it might be a date with the blue screen of death; for others it’s a need to eliminate the unlimited number of browser pop-ups that show up without an appointment. Have you ever found yourself in need of help with nowhere to turn? Have you ever spent hours on hold with a computer manufacturer only to realize they can’t solve the problem? We have.
CrossLoop believes everybody helps and their vision embraces the philosophy that there is always someone with deep expertise in a particular area of focus – this is true in life as well as with technology.
For example, a person who is excellent with optimizing the speed of a computer might need help with photo editing tools or someone with expertise in software development may need help with online marketing. Everyone should be able to find a trusted source for expertise they need. Those who have the expertise to make a difference should be able to easily share their knowledge and be recognized.
Inherently, there is tremendous potential for knowledge to be transferred – a grandparent who has been taught how to edit and post videos online should be able to take that knowledge to a peer. With CrossLoop, you can teach someone (or even a class) remotely. CrossLoop shrinks distances – between countries and between those who have and do not have expertise.
CrossLoop’s very popular and easy-to-use desktop sharing technology simplifies working securely with others in different physical locations across diverse network environments. Combined with the Help Marketplace, a community of more than 13,000 technology experts in over 130 countries, CrossLoop brings personal relationships back to tech support and helps with virtually any technology issue. Technology experts in the Help Marketplace have a wide range of expertise, including hardware support, software and applications support and training, and have logged more than 65 million help minutes to date (equivalent to 120 years of connectivity amongst users).
There’s also an opportunity for technically savvy individuals to make some extra cash with Crossloops “Help Marketplace”. “Help Marketplace” is the online portal where low-cost, qualified technical help is immediately available.
CrossLoop Launches Transaction System for Tech Support Help Marketplace.
On November 18th, 2008, CrossLoop launched a new payment system. This empowers technology experts in its Help Marketplace to more effectively provide computer support and training to consumers and small businesses. It comes with a 48-hour money back guarantee to ensure customer satisfaction. Additionally, the new transaction system simplifies payment processing for CrossLoop Helpers and customers by accepting any major credit card and PayPal, while tracking each tech support interaction.
CrossLoop is available in 21 languages and is used by individuals and businesses in over 150 countries for technical support, training and collaboration.
So if you need to lend a technical hand to Aunty Annette or Grampy Roy, CrossLoop should be all the software you need. If you’re interested in doing a little moonlighting and have some technical knowledge you would like to share with others, sign up and get involved with the “Help Marketplace”.
Setup a free account and give it a try. You can’t beat the price!