The Grapevine combines local internet content with enhanced social media features to address the needs of a more demanding and sophisticated web user. “It quickly became apparent that many users wanted more features from fewer websites”; said Doug Gore, President of Grapevine Communities. He went on to say; “It’s not uncommon for people to use features from several of the popular sites to accomplish simple social functions. At the Grapevine, we have brought together the best features of MySpace, Craigslist, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and others, all under one social networking website”.
AtlantaGrapevine.com supplies a platform for local and national businesses to deliver their brand message to a growing base of loyal Grapevine members and followers. Business Subscribers can upload Click-n-Print Coupons, Events, Promotions and Job Postings directly accessible by Grapevine members. In addition, Grapevine business subscribers have unlimited space to tell about their business, products or services.
Promoted as an Interactive City Magazine, Grapevine members, both individual and business, can earn Reward Points for doing many of the common things they do online every day. Things like writing blogs, posting in forums or commenting on content. Members can even earn points for uploading music and videos or referring new members. Reward Points may be redeemed for valuable awards like Apple iPads, Cruises, name brand Gift Cards like Best Buy, Staples, Home Depot and much more.
AtlantaGrapevine.com is an example of the community spirit of the Grapevine Communities websites nationwide; becoming the place to go to find information about businesses, local schools and houses of worship, or to list and find jobs during these hard economic times. All non-profit organizations receive complimentary business directory listings.
AtlantaGrapevine.com is independently owned and operated.
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About Grapevine Communities:
The Grapevine Communities, a group of 200+ community-based social media websites, are best known for connecting people - to businesses - to their communities. In short, the Grapevine Communities were founded so local people and businesses could share their common interests within the community where they live, work, and play.