This is my passion. I enjoy sharing and expressing my visions with other social networking artists. This is my home, I won't be leaving it anytime soon. I plan on expanding our content to reach beyond social networks for future leadership in the WWW.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 15, 2008
MySpaceMonk.com has opened its doors to the latest exhibition in the social networking content community. Over 25 million MySpace Layouts are on display from the world's top social networking artists. This company has been directing the social networking community since the precursor communication evolution resulting from MySpace and Facebook, the leaders of the world wide web.
MySpaceMonk.com launched in November of 2006 as a free resource collection for social networks to use as an expansion to increase their audience awareness. MySpaceMonk is a distribution center for millions of graphics, flash toys, and backgrounds. Since the inception, users have gathered from all across the internet to show off their talents in a glamorous gathering battling their visual creativity.
"We have always believed in the idea of a website ran by its community, but we could have never imagined that it would grow to point of user-based administration." exclaims CEO, Rose Sewell. "We appreciate the continued use of our service by the community. As a reward we are highlighting the best social networking artists by putting on a display of the best myspace layouts!"
The success of MySpaceMonk is a result of one girl's imagination. "I created MySpaceMonk when I was 14 as a little side project for school. I wanted to showcase my ability as an artists, but my users ended up coming back for more, and flooding my inbox with suggestions. This was when I knew that a resource collective ran by its users was definitely going to be popular on the internet."
In addition to the exhibition of MySpace layouts, there are millions of holiday graphics, MySpace codes, flash toys, embedded games, and widgets available in its resource distribution center and collective.
Rose Sewell, CEO of MySpaceMonk, has recently sold her company for $1.5 million to venture capitalists in Silicon Valley, but she still remains active in the administration of the community. "This is my passion. I enjoy sharing and expressing my visions with other social networking artists. This is my home, I won't be leaving it anytime soon. I plan on expanding our content to reach beyond social networks for future leadership in the http://www."
Social Networking is the future of communications, and MySpaceMonk.com is at the center of it all.
The collective on MySpaceMonk's network receives over 9 millions downloads monthly from layouts alone while distributing 200,000 graphics, and 10,000 codes daily.