RedPost: Get A Second Chance For Love At First Sight

A new app based in Real Life Interactions (RFL) not photos

What if I’d just given him my number? What if I hadn’t scurried off with my tail between my legs? What if I had just smiled instead of looking away?

“What ifs” are a thing of the past, because now, there’s an app for that, it called RedPost (Available for download on iTunes coming soon to Android).  RedPost gives you a second chance at making a first impression. RedPost is the fix for anyone who has ever tried to find a way to “Kismeet” Mr. Right.

Picture this: You’re stopped at a traffic light, scanning the street, when a god pulls up alongside you. He’s exactly your type, and unbelievably, you make eye contact, smile at each other and just as you muster up the nerve to say something… the light turns green, he turns right, you can’t make the turn and what was destined to be a great love affair is over before it starts. BRP (Before RedPost), that would have been the end of the conversation. ARP (After RedPost) LOVE is still possible.

The next day, you’re still daydreaming about this guy and decide to take action. You grab your phone, open the RedPost app, and let your future husband know you are looking for him. Now it's his turn to send you a private message and you two can pick up right where you left off.

Kenn Viselman
“RedPost is relatable to basically every adult on the planet,” said RedPost creator, Kenn Viselman. “We have all had at least one experience where we were either too nervous to say hello, or unable to go over to someone for a variety of reasons and regretted it later. RedPost takes regret out of the equation. I created RedPost (with my team), because personally I find myself wishing I had RedPost several times a week.”

Downloading the RedPost app is free as is sending and receiving RedPost messages.

RedPost isn’t just here as a 'Love Time Machine' to help change the past, it also acts as the 'Ultimate Electronic Wingman' and can help you in the here and now. Say you’re at a crowded party (or a bar or even a concert) mingling, when suddenly the guy across the room catches your eye.  He’s exactly your type, but he's with people engaged in conversation. You’re not sure if one of them is his date or maybe you’re just too shy to go up and talk to him.

This is where RedPost levels the playing field and acts as your wingman, simply open the app, RedPost him and wait. Or better yet, if you can get a good angle, flip your phone toward him. He’ll be notified by the flashing RedPost logo that a post has been made. Now you can chat on the app, and if you're both down to talk, you can confidently make your way over and continue the conversation.


RedPost is the fix for anyone who has ever wanted to kismeet Mr. or Ms. Right. This app was designed with the basic understanding that LOVE IS LOVE and that EVERYONE deserves love in their life.

Viselman continued “Being a single man in the 21st Century, I have tried almost ALL of the dating sites out there and find it impossible to tell if there is chemistry online. I find that most dating/hook up apps take people out of the moment and create walls. We wanted to create the possibility of building bridges. RedPost is NOT based on the virtual experience of flipping through photographs, it is based in Real Life Interaction (RLI) and it gives our users, aka RedPosters, a chance to go back in time and can be that little boost of confidence we all need sometimes.”

For more info visit or download the app in iTunes.

Make sure to 'like' the RedPost page and follow Kenn Viselman on Facebook to be kept up to date on promotions and contests.

Destined to meet. Usually the people have a connection that for some reason they didn't act on and yet are able to find each other in the future.
“Thanks to the use of a new app the two were able to get together it was kismeet.”

A second chance at love. Usually two strangers have a connection that they didn't act on and then get a second chance to meet
“The fact that the two of them met up again can only be explained as a woomerang.”


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