San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 11, 2008
With blogging clearly here to stay and experts predicting continuing growth, Profy enters the game today with the alpha launch of its new Web platform for bloggers. The integrated solution supports a full range of advanced AJAX blogging applications to satisfy the most demanding and experienced bloggers yet features a simple user interface that novices will find immediately accessible.
Profy's vision is to provide single, comprehensive seamless access and friendly navigation for the many stages of the blogging process - news reading, sharing selected news stories with a group of readers, writing posts and publishing them, discussing posts with readers, and communicating with readers on other topics. In short, it wants to provide -- in one place -- all the creative tools a blogger could want. Notable among the capabilities are an integrated dashboard with full-featured reader making it easy for bloggers to follow important events, an advanced WYSIWYG editor that turns the publishing process into a snap, and social networking tools that allow authors to engage in discussions with readers.
Today's launch kicks off private alpha testing of the platform with an initial set of tools and applications allowing users to read and write blogs, discuss created content, and network socially with readers and other bloggers.
"Through this launch, Profy is creating the opportunity for initial users to influence how the final platform will look and perform," said Ilya Korsun, CEO. "Profy developers will work in close cooperation with users to ensure that when the platform emerges from beta it will provide bloggers of all kinds with whatever they need."
Bloggers interested in joining the alpha testing program can request an invitation at http://alpha.profy.com/getinvite.
About Profy, Inc.: Profy is a San Francisco-based company headed by veteran Internet entrepreneur Ilya Korsun. The development team works out of Novosibirsk, Russia. The Profy alpha platform has been in development since September 2006. For further information, visit http://www.profy.com.