Garfield, NJ (PRWEB) June 5, 2006
TagDeaf (http://www.TagDeaf.com), the first deaf social network on the Web, was launched earlier this month to provide a Myspace-like atmosphere where the deaf community can network and socialize. TagDeaf was developed by Alex Chu, founder of the popular deaf forum at http://www.AllDeaf.com.
Members of TagDeaf.com are offered a multitude of features with their free registration, including picture sharing, blogs, videos and games, forums, custom profiles, classifieds, instant messaging, groups, and polls. The simple design and feature set are reminiscent of social networks such as Myspace.com, but with a dedication to the hearing impaired community worldwide. Members of the social network also have the ability to invite others to the site, and search for or browse members with similar interests to help them connect with each other.
Hearing impaired people face a variety of social inconveniences, and http://www.TagDeaf.com aims to serve as a bridge to connect like-minded people in the community, so they can share stories and advice, network with people who have faced similar situations, and socialize and make friends across the globe. TagDeaf.com uses its community atmosphere to provide searchable information of interest to the deaf community, including the ability to browse user blogs and groups, as well as allowing members to share information on worldwide events of interest to site users.
TagDeaf.com is the first free deaf social network on the Web, and was launched in May 2006 by Alex Chu, the creator of the popular deaf forum, http://www.AllDeaf.com. TagDeaf offers free registration and helps deaf, hard of hearing, and any interested hearing parties connect from all over the world. The social network offers many free features, including picture sharing, blogs, videos, games, a forum, and instant messaging.
For more information, please visit http://www.TagDeaf.com. Alex Chu can be reached at 973-772-1367 or via e-mail to answer any questions.