April was another month of getting things done at SocialEngine. We’re thrilled to have met a majority of our monthly projected items. In May we are pushing hard to bring an improved customer and developer experience with our new website. As of May 4 we brought on a new full-time developer to help drive development efforts and deliver features at… Continue reading April 2015 Keeping it Rolling Update
December was a month of climbing to new heights. We are quickly moving toward a beta launch of our new website and code base infrastructure and setting us up for an aggressive 2015 for both our PHP and Cloud products. All the hard work put in over the past six months is coming to fruition.… Continue reading December 2014 Keeping it Rolling Update
November is a good month for giving thanks and reflection — and working hard too. Customers: thanks for the ongoing support and involvement in the direction of our products. Developers: truly the greatest asset we have is our network of expert SocialEngine developers. We look forward to launching a new site to help better feature and… Continue reading November 2014 Keeping it Rolling Update
We’ve been busy in September that’s for sure, but that didn’t keep us from having a little fun. Mainly, Alex in a side comment mentioned he could eat 50 McDonalds Chicken McNuggets in an hour. He wasn’t challenging anyone, but Mike and Stepan took it upon themselves to see if he could stand behind his… Continue reading September 2014 Keeping it Rolling Update
Short Recap of August Kyle took a trip to Tijuana for a friend’s “celebration” and we still have not heard what happened. Apparently Vegas has nothing on Tijuana in the secrecy department James was a guest speaker at his alma mater addressing faculty members about what is expected of students entering today’s work force. To summarize it was… Continue reading August 2014 SocialEngine Keeping it Rolling Update
Short Recap of June Mike is back and we are all glad to have him brewing up his magic again …and because Mike was out Stepan didn’t do jack but work and sleep. I did see he was slightly sunburned so maybe he actually did something outside this weekend, but he won’t tell us Jason went… Continue reading June 2014 SocialEngine Keep it Rolling Update
So you want to create a social network, and you want it to be vibrant. What are some things you can do to make sure you’re successful? First, you have to accept that humans are tricky things. You can’t write a formula for how to grow a community, or at least if you can, I’ve… Continue reading How To Create an Online Community
Our YouTube channel has a selection of helpful video guides you can follow when tampering under the hood of your SocialEngine community. We do provide installation and upgrade services at a price, but you can always do it yourself using our tutorials. Check out our latest updated videos brought to you by our tech, Matthew!
Following up on our featured tips highlighting music, mobile, photo sharing, and video sharing, let’s talk about groups. Groups promote discussion and sharing for your members, privately or publicly, with conversations under member control. A tool that naturally organizes members by topics, interests or friendships, groups offer advanced functionality such as event creation, unique admin… Continue reading Tips and Tutorials: Groups
This latest client spotlight features Mickey Richardson of Share My Guitar, a community for musicians. Started as a blog for guitar enthusiasts, Mickey transformed Share My Guitar with SocialEngine into an active community for musicians to socialize and share.