BOCA RATON, FLORIDA (PRWEB) September 8, 2005
Multiply (http://multiply.com), a service where users share and discuss digital content such as photos and videos with their social network, announced today that it has surpassed 1 million registered users. Multiply launched in April of 2004.
"We're thrilled to reach such a milestone," says Peter Pezaris, Multiply's president. "A lot of people have discovered that Multiply is the most convenient way to share and discuss photos, videos, blogs and other types of content with everyone they know. We attribute our growth to so many people coming to Multiply because their friends or family were using the site to share what's new in their lives, and seeing that they can't communicate this way anywhere else."
Multiply launched in 2004 as social-networking sites were gaining in popularity. Rather than look at social networking as an easy way to meet people, Multiply felt the best use of one's social network was as a means to communicate and share digital media with more people they know, whether directly or indirectly, than was possible anywhere else.
PC Magazine reviewed Multiply in January of 2005 and said, "Multiply affords you a type of social interaction that you can't get with typical blogging or photo-sharing services."
The company recently introduced video and music sharing, along with pay accounts for users that want higher monthly upload limits and more site-customization tools. Multiply's basic service is free of charge.
"We plan to continue building on Multiply's foundation as the most convenient way for users to share information with their social networks," says Pezaris. "One million is a lot of users, but Multiply is a service that can benefit anyone who craves an easier way to stay connected with the people they care about. We feel the sky is the limit."
About Multiply Inc.
Multiply Inc., based in Boca Raton, FL, is privately owned and operated. The company's flagship product, Multiply (http://multiply.com), is at the forefront of the growing field of social communications.
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