Yonkly allows anyone to create a microblog community about anything

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What Is Yonkly?

Yonkly allows anyone to create a microblog about anything. While Twitter requires users to update their friends with the question, “What are you doing right now?” Yonkly gives the user freedom to ask and answer any question, as well as customize many other features of the Yonkly microblogging platform.

(Examples: “What are you working on right now?” “What golf tips can you share?” “What are you reading right now?” “What do you love about life?”)

This capability allows users to create “niche” microblogs.


Features

  • Monetize your microblog through Ads
  • White label solution
  • Use your own domain
  • Advanced Control Panel
  • Make it unique with your own skin
  • Threaded conversations
  • Picture sharing
  • Background Picture
  • Search friends and messages
  • Advanced user interface
  • Widgets-enabled sidebar
Preview - Features

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For Bloggers

On blogs, the only place for interaction is through the comment section. But what if your readers want to get to know one another and not just talk about your post? These lack of interactive options have spawned increased RSS activity. By providing a microblog communication platform with Yonkly, a community is harvested on each blog. This creates more page-views for the author, and also results in more ad-revenue.
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For Enterprises

Yonkly enables companies to update, interact and support customers. There is a noticeable disconnect between big corporations and their customers. By filling this need through Yonkly’s platform, a community is harvested on each company’s website. The community enables customer support assistance, significantly reducing expenses.

Is Yonkly Right For Me?

Yonkly is the most flexible microblogging platform, in that, you can use it for virtually any use: Small businesses use Yonkly for internal communication. Photographers use Yonkly for sharing pictures. Bloggers use Yonkly for cultivating a reader community. Church Groups use Yonkly for daily reminders.