2009 has been quite a year for us at Ning. We released new features that we were especially excited about such as Ning Apps and Virtual Gifts. This year also saw the launch of Ning Creators, a Ning Network exclusively for Network Creators that has grown to more than 4,000 members in under two months.
Note: As of April 2, the feedly Ning App is temporarily unavailable.
As Network Creator, you can create a Ning Network about a topic you find interesting. And chances are, you probably read a lot of stuff online to stay up-to-date — you read blogs, web magazines, online journals, things like that. You could go read every piece of content one website at a time, but there are different web applications that let you read online content in one handy place.
Ed note: Today’s post come from Jan Biermann, the founder of yogapad.de, a German Ning Network focused on Yoga and wueins, an advertising agency in Münster, Germany. If you are interested in penning a guest post for the Ning Blog, let us know in the comments below!
Do you know yama, niyama, asanas or pranayama? If not, then become acquainted with yogapad.de.
So long to the days of a stodgy fan club where fans send a check away in the mail and eagerly await news of an upcoming concert or ticket promotion. Today’s musicians know that their fans want immediate connections and news, so they turn to places like Friends or Enemies or NoiseTrend for 24-hour access.
Spoccer.com is the pickup soccer community, where members get together and make real connections through the world’s most popular sport. And with winter in full effect, indoor soccer is the game of the season. On the Richmond, VA group, members put together an indoor team to compete in their league.
Spoccer makes great use of groups to get locals together. Charleston, Boston, and College Station, Texas are some of the most popular groups, but members are always creating new ones and finding people in their area. With new years resolutions to “get in shape” just around the corner, there’s no time like the present to find your own pick-up soccer game.
Last Monday, we talked about a trend we’re seeing on Ning; admissions offices creating Ning Networks for their admitted students to connect with each other before arriving on campus. Today we’re posting the final interview we’ve completed with a Network Creators of one of these Ning Networks. Up today, we chat with Charles Klein of Humboldt State University.