Popular social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn leave a lot to be desired for users in smaller communities. Mightybell is looking to fill this void, providing tools that small groups can use to organize around specific projects, discussions, and opportunities.
Whether you’re a small business owner, a teacher, or an independent contractor, you can use Mightybell to build deeper connections with your peers and get to know people who can aid in your professional success. “Circles” can be built around companies, topics, or other “unifying” factors. When you join a circle, you’ll be prompted to introduce yourself. This is followed by weekly prompts instructing you to do things like post something you’ve recently learned. User posts are organized into “collections.” Meanwhile, you can communicate with your new contacts in real-time using Mightybell’s in-circle chatting feature.
Companies like Intuit have already started using Mightybell to create online communities for customers in their target markets. By working together with the service and developing custom professional networks, organizations are able to drive meaningful interactions and encourage sharing among the people they serve.
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