Formspring.me Now Integrated with MySpace and WordPress

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Formspring’s 13 million users can now share answers with majority of top social media and blogging platforms.

Formspring.me is based in San Francisco and has 13 million registered users.

“These integrations with MySpace and WordPress will help us continue to build our rapidly growing global audience,” explained Formspring CEO and Co-founder, Ade Olonoh. “Even more importantly, bringing MySpace and WordPress into the fold lets our users ha

Formspring, the social network that lets you connect with the people you care about through conversational Q&A, today announced integrations with MySpace and WordPress. As of today, Formspring users will be able to share their Formspring answers on both platforms. These new integrations add to already available Formspring integrations with Facebook, Twitter, Blogger and Tumblr.

Launched seven months ago, Formspring is already ranked the 63rd most visited website in the U.S. according to Quantcast. With 50 million unique visitors per month, Formspring’s users frequently share answers to their other social media and blog platforms. Currently, over 40 percent of Formspring’s 13 million registered users share answers on other sites, and with the option of MySpace and WordPress this number is expected to rise.

Formspring users with MySpace accounts will now be able to easily publish their Formspring answers to their MySpace profiles, and will also be able to find friends from MySpace on Formspring. WordPress users will now be able to automatically publish updates to their blogs and sites.

“These integrations with MySpace and WordPress will help us continue to build our rapidly growing global audience,” explained Formspring CEO and Co-founder, Ade Olonoh. “Even more importantly, bringing MySpace and WordPress into the fold lets our users have the ability to share their opinions and insights with their friends and followers through all of the top social media and blogging platforms.”

About Formspring
With over 700 million questions answered to date, San Francisco-based Formspring.me is giving people a new way to connect and express themselves. Just like a good conversation in person, Formspring helps its 13 million users do what comes naturally: ask questions and give answers, about anything and everything. Formspring’s community is made up of millions of people who all have something unique to share: from brands to interior designers, to athletes, journalists, musicians and between friends. Learn more about us here.

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