Now that online social communities are getting more mature and competitive, adding another great tool like Neeetz only makes the Internet experience all the more richer
Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 1, 2008
A collaborative team made up of United States-based designers and architects and India-based programmers has released a beta version of Neeetz, a Web-based marketing platform that enables users to create their very own social networks. Built on the idea that social networking should be easy, fast and extremely flexible, the platform, housed at http://www.neeetz.com, allows users to create their own Net Space (social network) where visitors can upload videos, images, music and more.
"Now that online social communities are getting more mature and competitive, adding another great tool like Neeetz only makes the Internet experience all the more richer," says Curt Keller, CEO of Neeetz.com. "We created this platform to give control to the user. Instead of creating a page on another social network where it is one amongst thousands, we've made it so the user can truly customize their Neeetz Net Space and make it their own, even hosting it on their own domain. Users can create their own public or private communities."
When a customer creates a free Neeetz Net Space, they are given all the tools expected of an advanced social network. They can create blogs and forums, upload photos, videos and music, and allow their site visitors and members to do the same. All uploaded content can be moderated by the manager of that Net Space. Other features include the Neeetz suite of upgrades, which allows Net Space owners to remove Neeetz branding, host their Net Space at their own domain, and even control the ads that run on their social network. With both paid and free accounts, users can control who joins their Net Space, which rich media is featured, and how everything will look to site visitors.
Neeetz.com is the result of a collaborative effort between U.S.-based designers and site architects and award-winning India-based programmers. With staff based both in Long Beach, California and Mumbai, India, the team used a variety of tools to create a robust, flexible platform that allows visitors to create their own social networks.