Watch Out Social Networking Dinosaurs - There's a New Website in Your Neighborhood

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Launch of new social networking site with features similar to that of MySpace, YouTube & Photobucket all combined into a single site may give the social giants a run for their money.

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Looking for a unique new multimedia site with social networking built in? If so, you might want to stop by for a visit to http://www.zarpie.com - a website that features a wide variety of options.

Unlike traditional social networks like MySpace or Xanga, the Zarpie network includes features similar to YouTube and Photobucket, allowing site members to upload files such as video, audio and pictures that can be rated and commented by other members.

From innovative multimedia add-ons to custom member profiles that accept MySpace layouts from sites like http://www.pimp-my-profile.com and others, http://www.zarpie.com has it all. The members section allows a member of the site to edit their profile, including pasting in MySpace layout codes for custom backgrounds and the addition of music and even YouTube video to the profile. The profile section also accepts comments from friends and each member has their own personal private message inbox to confidetially send messages to each other in the background.

Zarpie is a word that can be found in the Urban Dictionary with an interesting definition: 'It's like cool, awsome, bombtasic, gnarly, and wicked at the same time". It's a perfect word for the combination of features that enable an interesting user experience on the site.

Although membership is at a minimum, the prediction of rapid growth does stand firm. One of the site developers stated "A social network with a combination of features from the most popular social Websites on the Internet today, all combined into a single Website, is sure to be a hit".

After being on the Internet for only a couple of weeks the site is already adding to its database of members, and no advertising has been done. "Viral marketing built MySpace and we're seeing the same effect already" said the site administrator during a telephone interview on Thursday.

Features such as video uploads from cell phone and iPod formats and the option to add video or audio to a personal member profile, along with custom layouts, makes Zarpie a site worth taking a look at. In addition Zarpie accepts a vast array of upload formats including mp4, 3gp, flv, xvid, wav, and mp3 just to name a few.

If you are interested in a free membership you can simply visit http://www.zarpie.com and register in about 20 seconds. No personal information is collected and there are no fees ever. Zarpie also offers advertising opportunities for interested parties. For advertising information you can vist the site and click on Advertising at the bottom of any page.

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