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Re: Re: [newtech-1] Looking for white label social networking solution

From: user 4.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 23, 2007 9:53 PM
Hi Guys,
 
We  have also developed a Social Networking Solution.  It is highly flexible and can be cusomized to your needs.
 
In case you are interested please drop me a email.
 
It is a commitment that you will have a Social Network totally customized to your needs and very unique to your business model.  ( Because if you were to use a out-of-the box sn, you are treading into a territory which has very low or no entry-barrier)
 
Founder
Custom Social Networks


 
On 10/23/07, Steve <[address removed]> wrote:
Hey guys,
We (Urbis) are starting to develop white label platforms for some pretty big media companies.  To be honest, we sort of fell into it after some companies heard of what we're doing on urbis.com.  What distinguishes our platform from your typical SN is our focus on acquiring valuable data about media and users (your typical community platform doesn't go deeper than customer acquisition and retention, which our platform also does).

If anyone is interested, feel free to contact me (steve at urbis dot com).
Best,
Steve
CEO, Urbis
http://urbis.com


On 10/21/07, rajan tawate <[address removed] > wrote:
Well I also tried a lot of options and finally, it seems that it is good to go for a solution that is customized for you.
 
One such vendor can do a customized social network for you.
 
 


 
On 10/21/07, bernard lunn <[address removed] > wrote:
I am looking for a similar white label solution - rather more a
"research network" than a social network ie in a professional domain.

I looked at ning, kickapps etc - all very cool but business model was
wrong as they give it free and then sell the ads - i need business
control

so i am startig to talk to www.broadbandmechanics.com - it looks good
on paper - anybody else have experience with them?

Bernard




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