Gay Social Networking & Listings Service launched by

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Juxmedia, a digital communications company promoting a new approach to gay personals through its site today announced the launch of the worldÂ?s first Gay Social Network & Listings Service.

"In the world of gay personals, the Manjam brand seems to be ahead of the game by taking a more integrated approach to social networking," commented Grant Mitchell, partner at Juxmedia. "We are impressed with the company's growth and the creative team's strategy and technical execution on many levels."

Since the introduction of in October 2005, 20,000 registered users have begun building trusted networks by inviting friends and professional colleagues. users maximise their friends’ networks by posting classified listings, which in turn generate leads for roommates, houseboys, jobs and travel buddies.

Manjam aims to generate revenue by selling paid listings and targeted advertising. Online classifieds, in categories including jobs, personals and property is a growing market of an estimated £2 billion.

After only 4 months in beta, has today achieved 20,000 subscribers. In January 2005, the site generated 6.5 million page views and 194,000 unique visitors.

Feature-rich and simple to use, is the world's first gay social networking platform, and is the only gay classifieds service enabling users to target their listings by global, community and social affiliation.


Juxmedia is a Digital Communications agency and collaborates with creative web developers to design and build useful and technically efficient web platforms. Juxmedia has expertise in Internet Software, Brand Communications and Consumer technology.

Manjam Networks

Manjam Networks is a global social networking & classifieds business. As the first gay classifieds service to combine social networking and listings, delivers trusted leads via person-to-person recommendations.

Manjam Networks' mission is to be the leading gay social network and online classifieds brand by harnessing the power of trusted networks.


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