iGoMogul Helps Build Niche Communities for Their Clients

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iGoMogul helps their clients to build popular niche communities for their websites by making the communities easy to manage.

iGoMogul has helped several clients build popular online communities with different niches. iGoMogul builds websites from the ground up, helping clients create more than just an informational website. A few of iGoMogul's most popular communities cover a wide range of topics. Because iGoMogul makes the communities so easy to manage, their clients' social networks are beginning to flourish with very little effort.

Two of the newest communities are FriendlyBikers.com and MidlifeMingle.com. These websites include members pages, informational articles on their blog and message boards for members to read and contribute to as well as a slew of other features.

FriendlyBikers.com is a community for motorcycle riders to organize rides together in their areas and share their passion for the road. The community was created last quarter and already has 50+ active members. They recently took part in Phoenix Harley Davidson Dealer Buddy Stubbs' 5th Annual Bike Week Bash and posted video of the event on YouTube. You can see this video on http://www.friendlybikers.com.

MidlifeMingle.com is an online dating community geared toward middle-age individuals looking for relationships. The site has been online for a couple months and has about 40 active members. The staff at iGoMogul loves the simple but elegant design of the website and sees lots of potential for this community. Visit http://www.midlifemingle.com to learn more.

iGoMogul is an experienced web development and technology company located in Phoenix, Arizona, and has served clients nationwide since 2007. iGoMogul is dedicated to great customer service, and educating clients who are inexperienced in creating and maintaining websites.
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Reza Akhavan, President
4451 E. Oak St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008


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