WhoCallsBack.com hit the Australian airwaves yesterday as technology expert Danny Gorog promoted the site to the SEN 1116 listeners during his weekly ‘tech and gadgets’ radio slot.
While introducing the concept, Gorog presented the WhoCallsBack.com Official Rule to the co-hosts David Schwartz (the Ox) and Mark Allen (Marko) who were unanimous in their support.
“Yep good…I agree!” said Schwartz.
The team then took great delight in recalling their daily phone etiquette challenges before inviting listeners to call in and share their dilemmas.
— The Run Home (@TheRunHome) July 29, 2014
Co-Founders of the site, Heath Evans and Grant Neilson said the public response to the site had already been extremely positive and following the SEN segment had been inundated with emails sharing ideas for new rules.
“This site is about solving a problem for the people so it was great to hear callers revealing their dilemmas so we can go away and address these and add solutions to the site,” said Evans.
“We’re passionate about phone etiquette and were spurred on when we saw it was #cellphonecourtesymonth in the USA, and thought what a great opportunity to bring the same sort of concept down under.”
@WhoCallsBack No worries – great site!
— Danny Gorog (@gorog) July 29, 2014
The site which has only been running for over a week has already received nearly 5000 pageviews and received responses from around the world – including site visits from the USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Denmark, France, India, Chile, China, Ireland, Brazil, Hong Kong, Thailand, Turkey, Kenya, Lithuania and even Latvia, among others.