Netlog Embraces Google’s FriendConnect

Google’s FriendConnect lets everyone build their own community with in their own blogs, where sharing is the sole criteria. Anyone with any ID, OpenID, OAuth, OpenSocial, Blogger, Twitter, etc., can join this highly acclaimed blog network services with no restrictions.

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Google FriendConnect has been embraced by Netlog. Netlog is an online platform where users can keep in touch with and extend their social network. It is an online social portal, specifically targeted at the European youth. On Netlog, you can create your own web page with a blog, pictures, videos, events and much more to share with your friends. It is thus the ultimate tool for young people to connect and communicate with their social network.

This duo combination will now bring bloggers and webmasters more users for both from their basic Netlog or Google Friend Connect communities. One can now enjoy both the services  – offered by Netlog as well as that by Friend Connect.

Listed below are some of the basic functions:

  • Join millions of blogs using this duo combination.
  • Use either of Netlog profiles or Friend Connect profiles on subscribed sites.
  • Collaborate with mutual members.
  • Share you activities across the communities.
  • Send messages easily within both of these communities.

If you are a blogger and have integrated Google Friend Connect or the Netlog community, we would love to hear your experience. Do share your thoughts.

Link: Netlog


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  • Nishant Soni

    There are so many social networking sites these days. I’d rather prefer to stick to my or some good blogs forever. And building your own network on that particular blog. Which will give your group a stability and a long lasting relationships.