the Website that Rewards its Members for using its Resources

Share Article is a new paradigm for social networking and wealth generation on the internet. The user can become a shareholder in the company through their efforts in managing their busy life on the internet. Unlike Facebook etc.. efforts will be rewarded with points that can be converted to shares in the site itself!! Nobody has done this before. enriches the users life and shares its success with them. Unlike other social networking sites offer the user of the site an opportunity to become a shareholder.

This unique aspect of is to encourage members to become advocate shareholders as they excel in the use of the site. This rewards users for building Parlus as a resource. So, if, for example, the user co-ordinates local sports fixtures or organises school reunions or business events through Parlus, this effort helps build the site and can eventually benefit them personally by qualifying them to become a shareholder. If they get other people to use the site then they will also be rewarded for this. is designed to help organise ones life by enabling them co-ordinate all activities directly from a personalised dashboard, whether it is circulating a work agenda or organising a night out with friends. Through the dashboard the user can interact with all their groups and manage a personal diary in a secure and efficient way.

Other standard features of include: ability to customise the home page; use of a private blog and network blog module to chat with friends and interest groups; a facility to load and share lots of photographs; a news import via RSS-feed; adjustable privacy settings, and games.

The target audience is students (15 years+) or adults who wants to reconnect or stay connected to friends, your solution is to sign up to Originating in Ireland and incorporating there are thousands or Irish people already on the site. It is not just for Irish people but for now you will have to be able to speak English.



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