CircleBuilder.com and CEO Howard Brown featured on the The Social Network Show
Creating the largest private social networks in the world for faith and religion
FRANKLIN, Mich., June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- CircleBuilder.com builds private online communities / social networks for the largest social networks in the world - faith and religion. CircleBuilder.coms mission driven Internet software helps any size organization better communicate, collaborate and connect with its members, volunteers and donors. Join organizations like the World Priest - www.worldpriest.com, worldpriestday.com, North American Christian Convention - www.gotonacc.org, Help Worldwide - www.helpww.com, Power Of Change Christian Church - http://www.poccc.org, and St Hugo of the Hills Catholic Church - www.sthugo.org and over 2500 houses of worship, ministries and nonprofit organizations trying to advance participation, membership, volunteerism and giving.
Organizations like churches and nonprofits of any size can use CircleBuilder to create private, branded online communities for their members. Like many social networking tools, CircleBuilder allows users to create a profile, upload photos, post events, send private messages and share posts through connections to other social media outlets. The user generated content in each community can be in any foreign language and any time zone around the world. CircleBuilder also has moderation and privacy controls that can be adjusted to allow content to post immediately or go through an approval process from the host organization first — a key selling point for CircleBuilder. "That's what a church needs," said Brown. "There's decorum in a physical church building; there's decorum in an online church community, which is just a virtual building."
Co-founder and CEO Howard Brown, is now being featured on the Social Network Show (www.thesocialnetworkshow.com) with Jim Nico and Dr Jane Karwoski discussing open social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN, and Foursquare vs private online communities / social networks. According to Mr Brown, "Open social networks are communications and connection phenomenon but can be too open and anything goes. Private communities allow for moderation, vetting of content and private groups and conversations that are not meant for public disclosure." Jim Nico, CEO of The Social Network Show said "that private social networking is currently and will be the wave of the future!"
Media Contact: Howard Brown, CEO of CircleBuilder Software LLC email@example.com
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