How fans can help support RunPee

There is no question the RunPee app has the very best fans of any app out there. Consider, how many apps can even claim to have “fans”? I get emails from RunPee fans all the time who tell me they share the RunPee app with everyone: friends, family, sometimes complete strangers at the theater. I wish I could express how much the RunPee Family appreciates your support. We don’t have the budget for advertising, so we rely on our fans to spread the word about Peetimes.

Word of mouth is the best advertising money can’t buy.

That said, if you would like to do more to help the RunPee Family, here’s a list of suggestions:

Follow RunPee on Social Media

We’re trying to promote our channels on the most popular social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Please consider following and sharing some of our content that catches your eye.

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Personally, I’m most active on our Twitter account. I’m going to try and use it as a sort of daily diary of what I’m working on for RunPee each day. I respond to every tweet that asks a question. Follow us on Twitter if you’d like to keep track of what I’m working on and interact with me. We also share a lot of blog content and create fun user polls. (

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Facebook is where I’ve gotten the most interaction with fans over the years. We post a lot of blog content and memes on Facebook, and try to interact with fans as much as we can (although it isn’t as immediate as it is with Twitter). Note: Facebook messages aren’t a good way to ask us questions about RunPee. (

We share a lot of fun content and memes here. (


I’m old enough to think email still counts as social media — barely. Anytime you want to have a direct conversation with me about anything regarding RunPee, just send an email to [email protected].

Social media sharing in the RunPee app

In case you didn’t already know, there are a lot of features in the RunPee app you can use to share on any social media, or email, SMS, whatever you wish.

Anything Extra
Anytime you tap on the Anything Extra button to see the details, there’s an option to share that information with the movie poster attached. We give this information away for free for a reason: to help promote the RunPee app.

Peeple’s Poll
When you view the Peeple’s Poll, whether you vote or not, you can easily share a screenshot of the results.

Poster Meme
You see the movie poster, next to the button that takes you to the Peetimes? You can tap on that and bring up a fun feature we created, called Movie Meme. It lets you optionally draw with your finger on the poster ,and also optionally add text to the top/bottom to make a cool meme out of the poster. Then you can share it! Note: the usability, especially for the text editor, isn’t perfect; it’s a little sensitive, but really fun.

Star Rating
At the bottom of the Peetimes Screen is the official movie poster with the option to very easily give the movie a star rating — between 0 and 5 stars. Or, or if you use the RunPee Timer, the Star Rating will show up when the Timer runs out. It’s a quick and simple way to share the movie poster with your Star Rating.

To Infinity and Beyond!

If you would like to go the extra mile, then consider contacting your local news channels. I wouldn’t have ever thought of this except that a RunPee fan actually informed me she called up her local TV news channel — I forget which one — and told them about RunPee, and they actually did a short segment about the RunPee app on-air! How awesome is that? If you have a favorite news source, consider letting them know about RunPee.

Peeple’s Poll

If you don’t already, please consider voting in the Peeple’s Poll in the RunPee app. My hope is that in the next few years it may grow to the same popularity as RottenTomatoes. In my mind, it’s a much better poll than any other out there. I’ll admit the Peeple’s Poll isn’t as intuitive as other rating systems, but that’s also its strength. With the Peeple’s Poll you can see not only the After-movie-rating but also the Expectation-rating. This gives you an idea of how good/bad people think a movie is, compared to their previous expectation of its quality. Best of all, the Peeple’s Poll not only gives you the overall results, but also breaks the results down by your age and gender. For instance, if you’re a 35 year old woman, you can see what other women your age think about a movie. How neat is that?

In addition, it provides me with data I can crunch to help people better understand voting trends. For instance –surprise (!) — women generally rate action movies higher than men do. Who knew? 🙂

RunPee’s MovieMeme Designs – So easy, a “meme moron” like me can make one

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