PRLog - Feb. 10, 2012 - IRVINE, Calif. -- Juxtapost, the recently released social discovery platform, announced today that it completed its first round of infrastructure upgrades in response to ever-increasing intake of user-generated content. The company revealed that members of the site have used its service to bookmark over 65,000 images in its first 60 days of operation.
Juxtapost.com empowers members to discover new ideas and fresh concepts visually by providing an east-to-install bookmarklet that allows them to bookmark photos while browsing the web. Bookmarked images are instantly posted to a categorized curated collection on Juxtapost.com, where members can later view, share or export.
On Juxtapost.com, members browse the incoming streams of other members to see recent discoveries and are given the option to comment, share or re-post items back to their postboards.
"It’s extremely exciting to have people respond to the site in such an overwhelming manner. We are more than happy that the need to expand our storage capacity is already required so soon after launching." said company founder Monir Boktor. "Luckily our members will experience little to no downtime as we roll out more servers to address web serving, storage and real-time search.”
As part of their announcement, Juxtapost also revealed the roll out of new real-time search features. Boktor continued with “We’re always looking for ways to better the website for our members. With that in mind we just recently introduced a real-time in-line More Like This feature that instantly generates more related results below each bookmarked image.”
Juxtapost is based in Irvine, CA and is currently privately funded.
In addition to the essential social discovery features, Juxtapost.com includes enhanced options such as content privacy settings, intelligent automatic descriptions, image color indexing and hassle-free instant previews.
For more information, visit www.juxtapost.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1 (949) 829-2047