Over the weekend we began to roll out some new features for the Social Times. This is the beginning of our drive to push out new services for our readers and also help continue the vision of “leveraging social technology to build entrepreneurial communities.” The first feature is a private directory of all active members within local entrepreneurial communities. We are starting in Washington, D.C. to test out the system but I hope that we can begin rolling this out in other cities in the coming weeks.
We will also be adding new features within this private area of the site, all with the goal to help build and promote each of the communities that we become a part of. The goal is to leverage our reach to help gain exposure for the local participants. While we have a number of things planned including hosting events, we first want to perfect the platform that helps connect the communities.
We would like to iterate quickly and incorporate all feedback from users. This will help keep all participants in the loop with what’s going on as well as improve our system so that it benefits all users. We are working hard to make sure we provide you with the best platform for helping connect entrepreneurial communities. If you are in D.C. and want to be part of the beta, send me a direct message via my Twitter account or shoot us an email at contact [at] socialtimes [DoT] com.
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