New York Times Tells How Maponics Neighborhoods Are Being Used for Social Networking

on May 14, 2012 at 2:21PM | Permalink

Did you catch the New York Times Saturday? If not, you missed this great article.  In it, social networking site Nextdoor tells how they are using Maponics Neighborhoods to let people connect with neighbors online (while also maintaining a comfortable level of personal privacy). Read the full article here:  Meet Your Neighbors, if Only Online

We often say how inspired we are by what our customers are doing. This is another great example! We’re happy we can play a role in helping people feel a greater sense of community.

Interested in learning more about how social networking companies are using culturally relevant boundaries to help people connect? Download this (free) article which appeared in GeoWorld magazine “Where Are Your Friends?  Social Networking in Social Spaces”.

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