SquawkBoard.com Launches a New and Exciting Social Classifieds / Message Posting Board Website
Squawkboard announces the launch of a new centralized network of online communities.
- (1888PressRelease) December 21, 2011 - PALM SPRINGS CA - A new social website for posting free online classified ads in local markets has popped up. Combining the best features of several of the web's most popular sites, SquawkBoard.com offers localized "neighborhood bulletin boards" throughout the USA. This new and exciting site allows users to easily post and respond to an extensive variety of other user ads and to share ads with friends on popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Stumbleupon.
Have a product or service to sell? Have an exciting announcement? Desire to meet someone new? Users may post and respond to other user ads in familiar categories ranging from local news and events, buy / sell / trade, to professional services, jobs, dating, and many many more. The website offers special College SquawkBoards in many college towns and there are also college-specific categories such as rideshare, learning materials, events, fundraisers, campus area housing, and groups that may be of interest to benefit students on campus.
SquawkBoard.com goes further than any of the web's most popular websites in offering Parental Control options. Although nudity is prohibited on the site, content in the dating and personal interest sections may contain content not suitable for children. SquawkBoard makes it easy for parents and institutions to block access to these areas of the website. Disable buttons are included to prevent children from accessing potential adult related content on the SquawkBoard site. Even First Lady Michelle Obama has called for better Parental Control solutions on popular websites, but SquawkBoard is the only major Posting Board/Social website to include this from the beginning. Schools, libraries and other public computer administrators may also choose to enable SquawkBoard's easy Parental Controls solutions.
Additionally a section was added called "SquawkBoard Watchdog" enabling any user to immediately report any user content that violates the terms and conditions of the site. SquawkBoard encourages all users/viewers to notify the site so we can address any unauthorized content in a timely manner. SquawkBoard is monitored daily at our main operating facility.
"We wanted to create a real platform for free speech and expression," explained SquawkBoard spokesman Gary Drew, with well thought out ideas related to safety and friendliness for all users, so we put the control in the hands of the users and viewers, parents, schools, public entities, etc over what content they actually choose to have on their screens. Additionally, several "Safer Society" links were added for general information related to public awareness and notifications.
SquawkBoard is based in Palm Springs, CA. Midwest region representation is based in Madison Wisconsin. We welcome your feedback. Simply go to the site and feel free to express all views and comments at the "Contact Us" tab. For Further information, please visit us at www.SquawkBoard.com.
** First lady Michelle Obama's social network concerns were featured in interviews with Matt Lauer on NBC's Today Show on 2/9/11 and in a news segment during Bill O'Reilly's FOX NEWS (Factor) Broadcast on 2/23/11.
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