Happy Anniversary to Rising Social Networking Site MyShindigs.com

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Worldwide support pours in and celebration continues for rising social networking website MyShindigs.com as the 1 year anniversary of its global launch rolls around this February. With the flourishing event site’s membership into the thousands, the website and its members can all raise a glass to a job well done.

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Rumors of investment and sale aside the best is yet to come from rising social networking website MyShindigs.com...

In February 2013, the influential up & coming social networking website MyShindigs.com celebrates its 1 year anniversary. The event promotion, management and broadcast platform has continued to grow and rise in popularity not just in the United States and Europe but all over the world. All this is going on while unconfirmed rumors of investment or possible sale continue to swirl around the emerging website. "We are humbled by the support and recognition MyShindigs has garnered this year. None of this would be possible without the individuals and members that contribute to the site," Say site co-founders Jason Andrews and Matthew Tautt. When pressed the site co-founders once again addressed the ongoing rumors, ‘As we have previously stated nothing is imminent at this time although we have been contacted by outside forces with some intriguing offers to get involved with our team or take over day to day operations. We can assure everyone that it is business as usual to provide our members with the best product possible.’

During its freshman year, MyShindigs has continued to add many new and innovative features that meets the needs of its members including a Facebook app that allows members friends (on Facebook) to know that an event has been created in MyShindigs.com. Not only membership but the features and tools on the site are entirely free. ‘While we are happy with the success achieved to date, our main focus is continuing to take on as many new members as possible and continue to improve the on-site features that enable better events and parties’ add Jason and Matthew.

The MyShindigs model is a challenging one for other event management software companies to overcome in the sense that as mentioned the on-site event creation and promotion features are all free. Dot com sites that charge licensing fees for SAS type models also have increased competition from the robust MyShindigs website. Members of MyShindigs are able to register, create events, invite an unlimited number of members, record attendance to parties and events, add photos and videos, promote to other site members, publish public events to Google and much more. The site is relevant and useful to individuals, entrepreneurs, companies, event organizers, promoters, charities, levels of government and so forth.

Signup onto the site was slow at first, but in the past few months membership has rapidly increased to over a thousand members per month. Although the site remains independent and has not yet taken advantage of commercializing site traffic; there is a tremendous opportunity for the current owners or any potential future ownership group to do so, especially if the rumors of sale or outside investment prove to be true.

Year two will be an intriguing one as the refreshing social media website continues to grow and mature as a leading platform in the events creation, management and promotion space. One can only expect that the best is yet to come, and that the next generation of social networking is in good hands with sites such as MyShindigs.

About MyShindigs

MyShindigs is a social networking platform that specializes in allowing members to plan, organize, manage, promote and broadcast their public, private and company events and parties. MyShindigs allows users to search out, share, follow and join each other's events and parties of interest to expand their social calendar throughout their lives. For more information, visit http://www.myshindigs.com.

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