Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) November 3, 2005
Loaded with a wide range of social networking and collaborative content features, Wireclub.com is positioning itself as the first site of its kind to offer users an uncompromised, all-inclusive Web 2.0 experience.
“Until now, users had to resort to different sites to publish their online journals, share pictures, chat and connect with like-minded individuals,” says Rod Furlan, CEO of Wireclub.com. “Wireclub.com is the first portal to offer unmatched feature convergence, in terms of coverage and sheer ease of use. And you can’t beat the price; Wireclub.com, unlike most Web 2.0 convergence portals, is 100 per cent free.”
Braden Evans, CTO of Wireclub.com, describes the portal as a “dynamic forum to share ideas and meet people.” It is developed around the concept of a user-managed club, with each club being an independent, self-contained online community, offering variety of features such as article publishing, photo sharing, online chat, forums, news, etc.
Wireclub.com complements its online communities with an extensive offline community presence. “Imagine that you come across this incredible club for motorcycle enthusiasts,” says Furlan. “All you have to do is click the club founder's name and find out if he or she lives in your town. Just that easily, you might have just gotten yourself a new friend.”
“Although collaborative, user-centric web services like blogs and online photo albums are becoming incredibly popular, they are used mostly by early-adopters,” says Evans. “The big boom is yet to happen. Our comprehensive feature-set enables us to become a massive digital hub for millions of Internet users who are yet to discover blogging and similar services. The Web 2.0 revolution has just begun, and Wireclub.com is at the very forefront of that revolution.”