Why hasn’t Microsoft or Yahoo, not Google, acquired LinkedIn yet? The struggling AOL could benefit from buying LinkedIn too. LinkedIn is a good target right now. Facebook could be a perfect fit for LinkedIn too, just not Google. Google and LinkedIn would be like butter and water, just won’t make a good mix, but its 40+ million professional users could add more value to AOL (as long as AOL changes its name and rebrands) or Facebook (especially if Facebook does an IPO this year), than is for Yahoo! or Microsoft. Facebook will benefit more from LinkedIn, due to LinkedIn’s solid business model of paid fees for value-added membership services for professionals.
We’re currently working to launch a full version of the Welated site at the end of August, but the exciting news is about our new social app version of Welated for social networks and iPhone which we are also launching towards the end of August.
We will first launch the Welated app for social networks, specifically for Facebook, and then follow up with the iPhone version.
Welated is a service that alerts users instantly any time their mates cheat on them with anyone, anyplace, anywhere.
On July 5th, Ken Morico posted on his K.Mog blog about using social media to recognize passed loved ones, which is very similar to what Wrisen does, and I thought it’s cool to have found his blog today. Here is what he wrote;
“When two people I know died and I witnessed the online support of friends and family that followed, I realized that social media can create a sort of digital cemetery. In real life, visiting a cemetery can be a social activity. With social media Web sites like Facebook, activities like visiting a cemetery can be mimicked.
When you create a Facebook Group, you enable family and friends to share stories, photos, and discuss the deceased person with others. With the United States being so large and people spread out in cities all over the world, it can be challenging to visit a cemetery. Like other tasks with social media, visiting a digital cemetery is very fast. Where else can you visit a cemertery 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Certainly visiting a digital cemetery isn’t scary at night.”
Learn more about Wrisen at http://www.wrisen.com
For years, families and friends have traditionally mourned their loved ones in private settings, mostly enclosed only to those who were relatively close to the deceased person. However, as social networks are becoming more of the everyday living for many people around the world, so as online social memorial services, where families and friends are able to easily memorialize and eulogize their deceased loved ones, cohorts, and even pets.
Social networks such as Facebook and MySpace have seen a high rise in group pages created by fans, friends, and families of the deceased loved ones. In June 2009, a group page that was created to eulogize the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, has seen an overnight sky-rocketing of more than 7 million fans from around the world in just two days, making it the largest group page on Facebook.
In recent years, a few memorial web sites, such as Tributes.com (http://www.tributes.com), have sprouted up, geared to capture a niche market for online obituaries and memorial service. These web sites offer several online services, including obituary news, information, and funeral announcements.
A simple and free social application for social networks, Wrisen.com (http://apps.facebook.com/wrisenbook), was launched on Tuesday this week, which offers users to best remember, honor and cherish their loved ones. Unlike many other social apps and web sites, Wrisen offers a new view for friends and families to eulogize their loved ones and pets. While Tributes.com is becoming a hub for obituary news and information, Wrisen is instantly becoming the central hub for social eulogy, where families and friends can upload and share photos and videos for their loved ones, post condolences and comments on their loved ones’ profiles on Wrisen.
“I am from South Africa and currently I’m a student at Franklin Univeristy here in Columbus. Two days ago, my uncle unexpectedly passed away in a car accident, but I don’t have money to go home for the funeral. Most of my family members are on Facebook and I told them to add Wrisen to their profiles so we can share and exchange our sorrow and mourn our uncle. Even though I am here and they are there, I still feel as though I am with them, in the same room, because with Wrisen, we are able to share our grief in real-time.” Cries Mfeko.
Each time someone posts a photo, video, comment, eulogy, or a condolence on any profile on Wrisen, then it’s instantly distributed and posted on every Facebook friends’ homepages. In the process, the Wrisen system allows users to share memories and exchange sympathies with everyone in their friends’ list, which may help make them feel a little better.
Most of us everywhere, have lost some members of our family, relatives, friends, and or those we knew, or simply admired, and the more people you may have sharing condolences with you, the better you may feel, even if it’s just a little.
“What we’re doing is building Wrisen as a platform for families and friends to easily share and comfort each other with everyone else in the world. So that they can have a free place not only to grieve, but to remember, honor and cherish their loved ones forever.” Claims Timothy Sweatte, Wrisen’s VP of Marketing.
Wrisen (www.wrisen.com) was launched on July 27, 2009, and it’s live now exclusively on Facebook at http://apps.facebook.com/wrisenbook. Wrisen, a social app for social networks lets you easily create profiles for all your loved ones, post and share eulogies and condolences, upload their pictures, videos, and memorial gifts.
Wrisen enables you to share sympathy about your loved ones with your all friends and family members on Facebook.
The application is a Facebook-like by itself within Facebook, it’s free, easy and simple to use, and each eulogy, condolence or comment posted on any profile and on the profile wall is instantly distributed and shared among all your Facebook friends.
You can basically create and post a profile for any person or pet that you may have admired and adored. It could be anyone from the past, such as Princess Diana, Gandhi or anyone you want to eulogize.
Wrisen is a cool social application that I created to help make social network users feel better and forever remember their passed loved ones.
Try it out and please let me know what you think about it.
This coming Saturday, I am launching Wrisen (www.wrisen.com), a social app for social networks that lets you create, share, and browse profiles for all your deceased loved ones, family members, relatives, spouses, friends, acquaintances, cohorts, pets, or anyone else you adore and or admire.
Wrisen will initially be available for Facebook, and the iPhone, iPod Touch, and T-Mobile G3 versions will follow shortly.
At the same time, within the next few weeks, I am going to unveil the all new Welated (www.welated.com), a social utility that alerts you instantly any time your mate cheats on you with anyone, anywhere, anyplace.
I’m excited about these two projects, and I thank my developers around the world for working tirelessly in making these projects the best yet.
I am also looking forward to unveil the all newly redesigned Tipmart, Jetie.org and Zemuse.com towards the end of the year (2009), and that will complete my innovative properties for the moment.