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July Community Roundup

It’s that time again! Time to check out all the cool stuff you guys are doing!

New Add-ons and Updates:

Multiple Listing Types – Paid Listings Extension – This extension gives you a great monetization opportunity by allowing you to charge users for Paid Listings.

Minimal theme – Looking for a clean and modern design for your social network? It is here – Minimal theme.

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Credit System – Credit is a virtual currency system that helps site owners encourage users to engage more in content enrichment activity.

PetLover Theme – If you are a Pet Lover running a niche social network using SocialEngine v4 for other pet lovers, pets and pet owners then this theme is for you.

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Advanced Menus Plugin –  Easy navigation around a website is of the upmost importance when it comes to designing a website.

New SocialEngine Sites:

Aquanetviet.org – A social network for aquaculturists, teachers, students and everyone who loves aquaculture and fisheries.

Godinterest.com – A faith based photo sharing site built on our SocialEngine Cloud Platform. This site uses the “Board” theme available exclusively with SocialEngine Cloud. 

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NCAAFandom.comNCAA Fan community where you can connect with other fans from all over using our forums, groups, status updates and more. Do you have a great community that we should be featuring? Send us an email at spotlight@socialengine.com and we’ll take a look!

What Others are Saying:

 

2 Comments

  1. Trevor Bailey
    Posted July 27, 2014 at 7:52 pm | Permalink

    Still cannot upload the updates. Just about given up on Social Engine, been a disaster from day one, even our host cannot work out why it does not work, has to be bug in the software but SE don’t seem to care, we will not be recommending them or their software, their support sucks.

  2. Posted July 31, 2014 at 12:27 pm | Permalink

    Hey Trevor, sorry to hear you’re having issues. I tried looking you up in the customer database, but was unable to do so. I would love to be able to get to the bottom of this to ensure you’re satisfied with the product, under what name or email address did you contact our support?

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