FAVsmile Reiterates Their Niche in the Internet Space

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FAVsmile defends their advantages in the social networking market place.


“Facebook is definitely the “800 pound gorilla” and we are very pleased that we do not have to compete with them. However, I am pleased as a Facebook user myself; this feature is pretty cool.” Founder of FAVsmile.com quoted.

FAVsmile was created to offer the world a safe, reliable place to share and search their favorites. The site was specifically designed to not compete with other social networking sites, but to offer a service they lacked. After reviewing the new Facebook feature, "Questions", FAVsmile is confident that they still hold a special niche in the market place and applaud Facebook for their creativity and innovation.

Facebook's new feature highlights the ability for any user to ask a question of any type and be able to have it answered by anyone with the ability to “see where people stand” by the use of a simple polling feature. FAVsmile gives their users the ability to answer questions about their favorite things such as, coffee preferences, food, drink, gift wish lists, current events and much more. These answers can be searched by friends and family based upon their privacy settings. The user also has the ability to create their own groups for family, friends, clients, anyone and anything. Both of these main features are tied together by customizable polls for individual groups or site-wide.

It may seem similar to FAVsmile's service, but after a simple comparison they strongly believe their niche has been left untouched. "We still believe our service uniquely holds truly limitless benefits to make each other smile." quoted Christopher Georgopoulos.

Listed below are a few of the many of the advantages FAVsmile users can always count on.

  •      Users can search any profile for their favorites that is public. This allows for the wonderful “surprise affect” that people look for to make others smile. For example, buying someone the gift or a drink or a dinner they want? It is easier to surprise them without asking them directly.
  • The questions asked will always be available for users to search them. They will also always be non-intrusive and beneficial. The users will always be able to look up someone’s coffee preference or their favorite music. The only exception to these, deal with current event and holiday questions, which are obviously taken down after the event occurs.
  • The polling feature which includes polls that are site wide and for individual user created groups, are always anonymous and customizable. These polls provide the user a great way to research a target market and plan for events such as a wedding or a party.
  • The user created groups are specially designed to offer every users the ability to create a group for any reason for anybody. These groups offer the user an easy way to search members, offer polls to the question based off only the group members and a simple yet effective board to discuss any matters they like. FAVsmile also offers a special “Browse-only” group created and maintained by the administrators so users can search a group but not join it. This allows the answers for certain groups to be accurate. These groups include celebrities, athletes and politicians to name a few.

“Facebook is definitely the '800 pound gorilla' and we are very pleased that we do not have to compete with them. However, I am pleased as a Facebook user myself; this feature is pretty cool,” the Founder of FAVsmile.com quoted.

Favsmile.com is a niche social networking site to provide the world free of charge the ability to search and share their favorites. Favsmile was not created to compete with other social networking sites, but to provide what they lack. You are now able to share your favorites and look up your friends, family, co-workers, clients, anyone's favorites! Planning a party or a wedding? Do you have a business dinner? Is a friend's birthday coming up? Find out how to make those events or any other event, better! Make someone smile today.

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