We are really excited to make this available to the Drupal community
Ferndale, WA (PRWEB) April 7, 2009
PeoplePond, a unique Internet service providing search engine optimized (SEO) profiles and online identity verification services for individuals, announced today that a PeoplePond Drupal module is now available.
The new PeoplePond Drupal module delivers the full 'About Me' biography, image and links to the individual's social media Web sites from their PeoplePond account and uses this information to build an always up-to-date 'About Me' profile page on Drupal sites. Once installed, the module will always reflect the latest information from the assigned PeoplePond profiles.
The PeoplePond Drupal module can be downloaded for free. The module's launch follows the recent announcement of the PeoplePond WordPress plugin for users of the popular blogging platform. More plugins providing support for other popular online publishing platforms will be released in the near future.
"We are really excited to make this available to the Drupal community," said PeoplePond president, Theron McCollough. "The PeoplePond Drupal module is yet another addition to the number of ways we make PeoplePond profiles globally accessible."
PeoplePond's 'About Me' biographies are also accessible through third party social media and content platforms through the open ADAM API. ADAM-enabled Web sites free their users from tedious account setup and management chores. The ADAM API is currently open and free for anyone to develop with.
Besides providing SEO boosts and identity verification, PeoplePond combines the portable address book functionality of WeaveMet.com with the social media content tracking of DandyID.org, creating the first online service to harmonize these distinct capabilities within a single platform.
PeoplePond was launched to the general public last month during the annual South by Southwest conference and festival in Austin, Texas.
PeoplePond is part of the Cranberry network of Web sites developed by Cranberry, LLC. Cranberry is home to an unmatched team of innovative developers led by Internet visionary David McInnis. McInnis is best known for founding the first direct-to-consumer news service, PRWeb, which changed the way the world uses press releases. WeaveMet and DandyID are also part of the Cranberry network of Web sites. For more information about Cranberry, LLC and the Cranberry network of Web sites visit http://www.cranberry.com .
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