Popular Social Network Announces Private Label Version of its Community Platform

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More than 125,000 users already use MindSay as a solution for blogging, tagging, and wiki-based collaboration.

Drawing on more than three years of experience and 125,000 users, social networking service MindSay has announced the availability of its platform for private label customers and partners. Launched in 2003, MindSay includes blogging, tagging, and wiki features, and recently introduced a Digg-inspired system that allows users to vote for their favorite user-generated content.

"Today we're announcing that the same robust software that powers MindSay's vibrant community can be extended to anyone that wants to quickly add social networking and user-generated content to their product mix," said Adam Ostrow, co-founder of MindSay. The company can now deliver a customized, private-labeled version of its software in just days, without the cost or complexities of building a solution in-house.

Since its inception in 2003, MindSay has drawn acclaim for its intuitive features, clean design, and unique combination of blogging and social networking, with PC Today Magazine declaring that "the MindSay interface is straight-forward and easy-to-use." By offering its software to other organizations, MindSay aims to create niche communities built on the same principles. "Lots of so-called Web 2.0 companies are offering out-of-the-box solutions for social networking, but few can match MindSay's industry expertise and track record, gleaned from having built software used by a global community of more than 125,000 users," said Brian Klug, co-founder of MindSay.

MindSay seeks to partner with organizations that can offer a loyal, niche audience and share revenue from MindSay's successful contextual advertising integration. "We see the major opportunity in this strategy as the ability for MindSay to tap into successful brands and create new communities that can extend our proven business model of delivering highly relevant and effective advertising," said Ostrow.

In conjunction with its announcement, the company has launched http://www.mindsayinteractive.com to outline its offerings. Organizations interested in deploying MindSay's community software are invited to schedule a free demo with the company by visiting the corporate site.


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