Poised To Shake The Foundations Of Social Networking

Share Article is poised to shake the foundations of social networking. With humble beginnings, this innovative network is quickly becoming the preferred social networking site for internet users worldwide.

Many members within the social networking circle online have been plagued with spam, misconduct and many other vices that tend to give the sites a bad name. A main spotlight in the news surrounding these websites has been cases of misconduct, stemming from irresponsible use of social networking sites (SNS).

Michael M. of Atlanta, GA. and Darrick Patrick of Dayton, OH. have come up with a solution to the problem. Their site, is definitely poised to shake the foundations of the social networking world by providing an extremely user friendly environment with community support where needed. In addition, the site not only offers all standard features found in mainstream SNS, but also offers staff who really seem to care about their users. The site is monitored daily for unwanted activities, and members can actually receive personal help from the creators. There is a strict "no spam" policy enforced to keep the community generally moving in the right direction.

Rising from humble beginnings in April of 2006, the site is quickly becoming a major force to be reckoned with. Lurking in the shadows, is quickly becoming the preferred community for connecting friends in the social networking circles. Site creator Morumbasi was quoted as saying, "...we plan to provide a great community for real people. We must keep spammers and other unwanted characters out of here, this community is user friendly, and is for people in the real world..."

The determination of the pair at is the main factor behind the success of the website. Many members say they actually prefer the site to Myspace, MyYearbook, and other social networking sites such as Friendster. Michael and Darrick are planning on signing up at least 100,000 new members within the next six months. Although they are going against some major players in the corporate world, they are confident that can change the face of social networking.


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