Interests Network Set To Take On The Social Networking Giants

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A brief review of the new interests network, A website that links users through interests and hobbies rather that through virtual friends.

Director, Rory Marshall said, "Bongal is designed to bridge social gaps, bringing together like minded people who have similar interests creating a platform to meet, chat and discover".

Over the last few years social networking has taken over the Internet, making it a very competitive market to enter. There is however a new site in town that is set to take on the big market leaders.

" is the brainchild of 2 entrepreneurs from the North of England, who had the idea to connect individuals based on their interests, rather than who they may already know from day to day life.

Members can quite literally set-up any group they can think of, and bongal will connect them to users with same interests and location.

Director, Rory Marshall said, bongal is designed for the people by the people. It helps bridge social gaps, bringing together like-minded people who have similar interests, opinions and experiences - creating a platform to meet, chat and discover."

Although the website is primarily a groups and interests based network, that doesn't mean that you can't search for people. Finding other people is quick and easy using the interactive bongal 'map'. Input preferred age, sex, location and interest into the map and you'll be presented with a range of relevant users to connect and chat with.

Creative Director, Andrew Akesson stated, "We are looking to create a network that joins people of any age, gender and race, connecting them purely through interests".

"But not only that," he continues "it's also a great way for a company to promote their business. For example a sports company could join the sports network, and they are then able to connect directly with their target audience."

The internationally acclaimed, digital marketing agency, Rippleffect, have created the website with the sole aim of creating something that the most illiterate computer user can surf.

It's all so simple to do and that's the beauty of, who knows whom you'll meet or what you'll find out along the way.

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