Hartford, CT (PRWEB) December 4, 2006
Babbalu.com, the Latino American Lifestyle Authority introduces, Bfriends/misamigosunidos.com. "We are extremely excited to unveil Bfriends in our community. This social network is like no other, the focus is to provide our users the ability to communicate, whether you are single, married or simply searching for someone to share in a conversation. Our members can schedule events, share pictures and videos, and much more, all in a comfortable online atmosphere", said Rene Rodriguez, President, Babbalu.com.
"Bfriends on Babbalu.com has an appealing look and feel, a friendly format and a variety of menu items which allow users to stay connected with friends, family and business associates, a service that is consistent with Babbalu's mission of helping people communicate" said Greg Angelillo product manager for the Bfriends.
Babbalu.com is also making Bfriends available to its clients as an additional vehicle for advertising their products and services. "As with our Bmail, Bfriends will keep users on Babbalu rather than sending them to other web sites, it increases the number of spots for our clients to feature their products and be viewed by millions of users," said Rodriguez.
Babbalu's Bfriends -- http://www.misamigosunidos.com is the latest product from the Hartford-based company, which promises to maintain a steady flow of new and exciting products for 2007. To view Bfriends please log onto http://www.babbalu.com and click Bfriends.
Babbalu.com, the Latino American Lifestyle Authority, is designed to provide users with access to a host of products, services and features. Babbalu.com creates a unique vehicle to reach the Latino American market, as well as the non-Latino crossover population. With innovative services such as Bmail, Bblog, Bfriends, International Calling Cards, up-to-date, Latino relevant bi-lingual news and information on fashion, entertainment and health, Babbalu.com is the perfect forum for a cross-section of Latino Americans. Babbalu.com is a user-friendly and a community-conscious way to track the pulse of the Latino American population.
For more information, please visit us at http://www.babbalu.com