Pendleton, SC (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
How many social networking site rally behind their members and enable them to fulfill their dreams? Not too many it appears, too busy to monetise on a big and unknown userbase.
Cooltribe.com is the exception that makes the rule. After just a few days of beta release, one of their members Samuel Ochanji, a Kenyan student who is interested in climate change issues, joined cooltribe and shared with the young community his dream of learning German at the Goethe Institute in Nairobi. Samuel needed 100 votes to get approval on givemeaning.com. In the space of a few days, Samuel had all his votes.
"That was the face value of cooltribe.The inner strength was revealed to me when I created a page for my givemeaning project, projectgoethe ,on cooltribe!The cooltribe users made the dream breath and come to life. Your response accomplished something and I am very grateful to you all!" Says Samuel
The power of social networking is immense and cooltribe young management team wants to genuinely make a difference and bridge the gap between people from different countries, organizations, businesses and governments.
Cooltribe is growing and has exciting plans in the pipeline that will make a difference to the environment and to people's lives across the world.
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