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A Wiki goes Social

Mar - 14 - 2008
Nicole C. Engard

Well – wikis are social – but what other title could I give this post? Turns out that WetPaint has added some new social networking features to it’s wiki package.

(Seattle, Wash. – March 10, 2008) Wetpaint, the leading social publishing platform with a network of over 750,000 social sites, today unveiled a complete set of social networking features to supercharge creation of content on its award-winning wiki service that now unifies the two things people love to do online socialize and share content with others.

With the addition of such new features as a Friends Network, Custom Member Profiles, a What’s New site activity dashboard and Friends Feeds, Wetpaint has created the first truly integrated social publishing platform, empowering anyone to easily create a completely social and collaborative website.

Sounds pretty interesting – something to keep in mind before you set up your next wiki. Learn more here.

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