Storeboard, Inc. Announces New Social Networking Site Aimed At Small Businesses and Non-Profits

Storeboard, Inc. will roll out its new social networking site - in 2011. The site combines the functionality of 3 major websites all into one. A business or non-profit can create a robust profile, post classifieds and sell products.
By: Storeboard, Inc.
Dec. 29, 2010 - PRLog -- Tenafly, NJ – December 29, 2010 - Think of Facebook, Ebay and Craig's List all rolled up into one and what do you get?! is a new social networking site designed for small and medium businesses.  The site has a ton of functionality including the ability to upload photos, videos, audio, and forms.  A business can create coupons and they are automatically posted to Storeboard’s classified site.  The site has blogging capability that is easy to use and once again the blog is automatically posted to the classified section.  

The site has different profile templates depending on the type of business but each template maintains a similar look and feel so that the consumer knows where to find everything.  For example, merchants can upload products and sell them on the site.  Non-profits can easily upload forms onto the site.  Similarly restaurants can upload their menus.  Offering Profile templates is unique in the world of social networking and according to Storeboard’s founder, David Waller, required advanced technical programming.

Once a business or non-profit has created its profile it can invite friends and customers to join the site and connect with the business.  A business can update its status and post events similar to other social networking sites.  Every user has a dashboard that has local news and events depending on the user’s zip code.  It is also one of the first sites to market to non-profits by offering them a customized template, eliminating adult content and focusing on community news and events.

Storeboard,com could be the next big thing in social networking and social media.  It Is one of the first websites designed strictly for businesses and other organizations.  This site has terrific potential as businesses are looking for ways to get involved in social media and the current  selection of social networking sites were not originally built for business.  Businesses can also sell products on Storeboard and feature them on their profile under a Products tab that their profile provides.  The products automatically post to the Storeboard marketplace.  The other great feature of the site is that most of the functionality is completely free.

Despite the fact that the site is still undergoing changes and improvements, you can’t beat all the functionality that Storeboard has to offer.  If you are looking for more exposure for your business and want to increase your internet presence, is a great option.

# # # combines business profiles, classified posts and products all in one site. The site is free to small businesses who can upload their video, photos, blogs, coupons, posts, and forms. Products can be sold on the online marketplace

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