It’s no secret that online communities are on the rise. Networking has become a currency. Those with the most friends and (real) connections tend to have the upper hand when looking for a job (friends always know), applying for one, or simply having peers to rely on for insights on the quality of a given product or service, not to mention higher chances for closing sales if you happen to be an entrepreneur. Online communities are the bomb-diggity these days. But amidst the various options and social platforms available to dress up your own community, which ones stand out from the rest and why?
Second release of July has just arrived. It’s packed with new features, improvements and fixes. Security was one of our primary concerns when it comes to this release. This one contains another feature sponsored by Dale, we couldn’t fit it in the previous release because of the time limits, but it’s finally delivered. For that we all should definitely give him thanks, be sure to check out the blog post written by Dale too.
First and foremost… Yaay! We are finally able to release PeepSo 1.7.4. Yes, it took a bit longer than we anticipated, but there were things we just couldn’t ignore. In the middle of the development process we started getting reports suggesting that the performance could be improved. We finished up the Group Categories, and got right onto it. Read more