Profile: SocialXperience.com

Social Media, Ltd. Launches Centralized Blog Concept for Web 2.0 Companies at SXP.com

SocialXperience.com
is a recently launched social networking / web 2.0 blog that is edited
by the teams behind some of the most popular sites on the net. Its
customizable ajax user interface and collaborative nature set it apart
from other blogs of the same topic that have received much attention
over the past year.

Huron, Ohio (PRWEB)
August 13, 2007 — (sxp) SocialXperience has created a single point
where users can get their social networking news directly from the
source. Most web 2.0 companies have blogs of their own, but
SocialXperience.com aims to centralize this direct communication
between the management of these companies and the potential users of
their services.


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believe that visitors will be interested in what these insiders have to
say, which will allow SocialXperience to build an audience and at the
same time greatly benefit the companies that choose to participate by
increasing the awareness of their brands.

 

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"Let me put it this way," said Todd Palmer, President and Founder of
Social Media, Ltd., "If you are in the restaurant business, you aren’t
going to create signs that advertise all of the remodeling you’ve just
completed and hang them in your restaurant. You’re going to put these
advertisements in places where they will attract new people to your
business, which means somewhere outside of your own property. I’m
trying to give web 2.0 companies a place to write about themselves that
will attract new viewers to their websites, since the only people who
currently have access to their blogs are already at their sites."

(sxp) SocialXperience has extended an invitation to many leaders of
the web 2.0 industry to contribute content to its blog, and many, such
as Ustream.tv, Revver, and JuiceCaster have accepted. "I am really
excited to be able to provide this direct media outlet to such quality
companies, and I plan on working to build the list of SocialXperience
partners to include many of the top names in the space," said Todd. "I
think that once the partners begin to post and there is some excitement
around the SocialXperience concept, many more companies will be
interested in signing up."

There are many blogs that provide social networking and web 2.0 news
from a few authors looking at the industry from the outside, but (sxp)
SocialXperience wants to twist that model by having the companies tell
you their version of the story. One other format that SocialXperience
wants to differentiate itself from is the web 2.0 directory that has
become quite popular as a quick way to not only discover new websites,
but also as an outlet for companies to complete a quick profile form
and be added to the list. "I want the SXP blog to be much more real,
more personal, with the partners contributing not just their slogan and
a stock paragraph, but their actual thoughts on whether the iPhone is
taking us in the right direction, or if the wireless network operators
are going to be revolted against, for example." Those were just two of
the recent post topics from the team at Wadja, a mobile social
networking company located in Athens, Greece.

"My hope is that getting such a talented group of social networking
industry leaders together to edit one blog will create not just content
advertising their respective sites, but also posts and comments
discussing their views of the social networking, video, or mobile
industry and what trends we may see in the future," said Todd.

Like most blogs, the success of SocialXperience.com will depend
mainly on the quality of the content that it provides. Todd is
confident in what his site will offer, saying, "I believe that visitors
will be interested in what these insiders have to say, which will allow
SocialXperience to build an audience and at the same time greatly
benefit the companies that choose to participate by increasing the
awareness of their brands." He also promises that he has a long list of
features that will be added over time to make the site a more complete
and useful web news experience, but his main focus will remain on
building a quality list of contributing partners because once again,
content trumps style when it comes to blogs.

The design of SXP.com, with its customizable, multiple widget user
interface is somewhat reminiscent of other personalized start pages
such as yourminis, Netvibes, and Pageflakes, allowing it to be more
than just another web 2.0 blog. SocialXperience.com is a centralized
web 2.0 news source that also allows you to stay informed and connected
by utilizing its custom widgets, for things like blog feeds, news, and
web search, to add content to your (sxp) page.


About Social Media, Ltd.:

Social Media, Ltd. was formed in 2007 to fund and manage SocialXperience.com. Please visit www.SXP.com for more information.

Contact:

Todd Palmer, President / Founder
Social Media, Ltd.
419-366-2346
http://www.SocialXperience.com


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