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July 9, 2012 12:56 PM!

The Easiest Way To Create Your Own Social Network Around What Interests You: Mightybell

Robin Good: Mightybell is a new web service which allows you to create a public, collaborative social space around your selected topic.

A mix between Pinterest, Facebook and Tumblr, Mightybell makes it very easy to set-up a web group in which you and selected others can contribute to discuss a topic, event or issue.

"...a place to create groups with friends around what interests you."

From the ScoolLibraryJournal blog: "It is not a replacement for Ning. It’s not as high powered, but like what Tumblr did for blogging–namely making it central, specific and simplified relative to the earlier blog software–I wanted to do the same thing for how people create social networks and groups. To pull it together with simple core functions. To make it visually beautiful. To make sharing easy, while respecting privacy. It’s not going to be as high powered."

"Networks are built on threaded discussions, comments, photos, questions, videos, links, files, events, and more.

The platform allows for the creation of both invitation-only private spaces and public spaces. Live chat scrolls down the left frame of a space. Boxes in the center area of the screen display the contributed space elements–links, files, videos, photos, questions, etc.–and invite conversation.

Users may explore Mightybell as hosts, contributors, or participants. Hosts can change themes and appearance of the space. Contributors can add content."


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May 21, 2012 5:20 PM!

The Microsoft's New Social Network:

The Microsoft's New Social Network: | Internet Marketing Strategy 2.0 |

"Over the weekend, Microsoft quietly launched an experimental social network called which combines facets of social networking, search, and media sharing with a user interface resembling Google+.


Users are encouraged to search for information about a particular topic, then compile the best results - textual content, images and videos - into a single post. is initially targeted to students. It may end up being useful to that market, but it's unlikely to get traction as a mainstream social network."


Here's why: ;


Microsoft Social Network: ;

Via Antonino Militello
francesco guglielmin's comment May 22, 2012 12:39 PM
Seems very good as interface , for now anyone can request invite that arrive after a little time. Sincerely i don't know how many users it will attract