About a year ago, YUDU Outdoors set out to create a social media platform by hunters and shooters, for hunters and shooters. With a full-featured website as well as a downloadable app, YUDU is quickly gaining traction as an alternative to other social-media platforms that have become known for routinely removing posts. Created for hunting, fishing, shooting, camping, hiking or "whatever YUDU Outdoors," the app has been downloaded by members in every state in the U.S. and even other countries around the world.
Catching fire from the flame sparked by the recent privacy and political issues surrounding Facebook and YouTube, CEO and Founder Brian Senn says, “I think people are just plain fed up with having an agenda forced on them, and they are looking to support a platform that actually supports them.”
YUDU has gained the support of celebrities like Chad Prather, the conservative comedian known as the Political Cowboy and other outdoors personalities including Alabama’s own Instagram star Hannah Barron, Facebook icon Kendall Jones and others whohave experienced hate or discrimination on Facebook, including personal attacks (and worse) from anti-hunters.
“It’s unbelievable that Facebook will remove a hunting post because they say it promotes violence, but won’t remove the death threats by the anti-hunters,” says Senn. “There needs to be a place for us, where we can be proud of our heritage and display our passions without the censorship or threat of hate from people who have opposing views. Faith, family and freedom, is what YUDU is about!”
Download the free app from the App Store or Google Play or visit www.yuduoutdoors.com and start sharing what YUDU today.