This past month, our parent company launched: www.FunnyPaws.com, as a unique “petworking” portal for animal lovers and pet lovers to share laughs, stories, blog posts, pictures and videos. The social networking site is proving to be a very successful.
The site is setup similar to a “facebook” website where members can join groups, post events, post blogs, pictures and videos, while at the same time – they can view and “like” friend’s photos and content or even publicly posted content.
We recently joined the website (as MichiganBusiness.us) and encourage our members to join also – please let us know what you think.
The question that we have for our followers is: Would MichiganBusiness.us better serve you if it was a more “business networking” website? Each member would still have their own “business advertisement” page – but they would also be able to create groups, upload images, create blogs etc..
What do you think? Would it be more useful? Please respond @michiganbd or on our facebook page:
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