Review on StoreBoard.com
It first released in Dec. 2010, Storeboard, has updated its website and is back in business. Storeboard is a social networking site aimed at small and medium businesses and non-profits to enable them to create a profile sell products and post ads equal to or better than Facebook, EBay and Craig’s List all underneath one roof. The site is easy to use and has many functions including giving the user the ability to use forms or upload photos and video/audio files and in addition, StoreBoard gives businesses the ability to create coupons and they are automatically placed on the classified page.
When looking around the site, there is everything, you can imagine and more and the founder and CEO David Waller is right there with his contact information and not hiding. It is easier to navigate than Facebook especially since Facebook changed to the “Timeline”, which is awful. If StoreBoard keeps going in the direction it is now, it will overtake Facebook and leave them far behind. That does not mean one cannot be members of two social networking sites but it does mean that those same people will migrate toward the one that offers more and is easy to get around.
After joining StoreBoard the first thing you get is a welcome message from David Waller himself with encouraging words and instructions on different things you need to do right away. The sign-up process takes less than two minutes to complete and you have a profile page and your business page. The options seem endless and it might take weeks to go through them all but it certainly looks fun and easy. StoreBoard has 5 different membership types the first one being free and basic but including a lot of features; then they have 4 premium packages for those who want to pay for more features the cheapest one only costing $9.00 per month with 6 extra features and the most expensive one costing $99.00 per month with 13 extra features.
Not to discount Facebook in any way, no doubt it has revolutionized the Internet in many ways and with all the brilliant people that work there, they will surely be around for a long time to come. The point is, remember how popular K-Mart used to be until Wal-Mart stepped in; they are still around but not as many people shop. The other point is the fact that everything in life has the ability to be improved upon; if that was not so then how will, people grow and become better and why would you not want to. To stay with one thing no matter what it is would be to become stale and boring and one thing is for sure, StoreBoard is not a bore.
Two men in a garage in New Jersey, who had no idea what they were doing, created StoreBoard and designed it for small to medium businesses and non-profits. They cater to mom and pop businesses ran from home, how many people do that now.
By K M Rehan Salahuddin
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