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Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 28, 2006 — Small World Labs today announced the availability of a hosted software platform that enables organizations and individuals to create their own branded online communities. Small World Labs has already deployed its software for more than 15 diverse customers across the U.S., including the Bootstrap Network and Investment Riches (see separate press releases today).

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Small World Labs – Online Social Networking
This hosted software product is tailored to clients that want to offer an online community to users primarily for social reasons, such as to meet new friends, discuss topics in a relaxed manner, share favorite multimedia files, or just keep in touch via private system email or profile comments. Online social networks can add additional interactive functionality to the existing Web site of a membership organization, association, club, team, university, church, or school. If a Web site doesn’t exist, Small World Labs’ online social networks can also stand alone.

Small World Labs – Online Professional Networking
This hosted software product is built for clients that want to offer an online community to their constituents primarily for professional reasons, such as cultivating networking and business contacts, offering professional references for other members to facilitate reputation building, searching for potential partners and suppliers, or discussing business and market topics. An online professional network can add additional interactive functionality to the existing Web site of a business association, non-profit organization, networking club, company, university, or school. If an organization doesn’t have an existing Web site, Small World Labs’ online professional networks can also stand alone.

Who does this in Australia well? Sensis’ Community-in-a-Box aside?

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