La Verkin, UT (PRWEB) September 15, 2006
Today, NcomN.com announced the launching of their new website, http://www.ncomn.com. NcomN.com is a social networking website dedicated to providing a unique experience via forums and personal profiles. They also offer a new feature which allows users to create their own categories.
Roger Lichfield, founder of NcomN.com, points out that with millions of people roaming the Internet every day, it might seem difficult for individuals who share common interests to actually meet each other. The sheer number of online sites, both dating and otherwise, can be overwhelming, according to Lichfield. With the recent launch of http://www.ncomn.com, people now have access to a site which "focuses on the common interests, experiences, and events they share". Its goal is to create an online community in which its members are categorized according to their personal profiles.
Lichfield sees an online need for a "social network that is more than a meat market." Instead of being a website that focuses solely on the physical appearance of individuals, he envisions NcomN.com being a site devoted to categories. People will benefit more, Lichfield insists, if they can meet like-minded users who share a passion or a knowledge for a particular subject. Instead of meeting random people who may or may not share common interests, users of NcomN.com will be able to go straight to the categories that interest them. These categories will then display the profiles of like-minded people. This will, according to Lichfield, allow people to gather useful information that will make their lives easier and more convenient.
It is Lichfield's belief that the new site will benefit people the most as they build their personal profiles. Because the site is based on categories, individuals are encouraged to develop their profiles by adding links, posting comments, and creating new content. Lichfield notes that the ability to create new categories distinguishes NcomN.com, as it gives its users an unprecedented level of control in the development of the site. This feature ensures that this new site "will be a reflection of the people who use it."
The people who have designed NcomN.com are aware that people want to find the information that is most relevant to their lives and that individuals also want to meet others who share common interests. Lichfield adds that in an online arena in which "clutter is the norm and personalities tend to overshadow meaningful content", the newly founded website will provide people with an alternative. He is excited that NcomN.com has been developed with the ability to neatly place people's interests and experiences into categories, thus making it easier for its users to focus on the things they consider meaningful.
For information: http://www.ncomn.com
Contact: Roger Lichfield
50 South State Street
La Verkin, UT