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Minti , an international networking site for parents, has officially launched after completing the public beta programme it started in March.

Calling itself an ‘advice-opedia’ for parents worldwide, the site claims to have signed up “hundreds of thousands of members” for its user-generated content and other Web 2.0 features.

Owned by Australia-based Vibe Capital, it also claims to be in talks to license its technology to other online community start-ups, as well as considering the launch of more social networking ventures in other vertical sectors.

Minti’s features include shared parenting advice, social ranking of content, free blogs and user-created sub groups. It has also adopted user tagging and tag clouds, private lounge areas, RSS feeds and a Q&A function.

"Minti is just starting to get a feel for the Web 2.0 space and what may be possible,” said its co-founder Clay Cook.


Published 23 August, 2006 by Richard Maven

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Thomas Griffin

Is parents the actual group that this network is to be targeted towards or is it more of an adult only network Surely Facebook and even MySpace has enough functionality and usability for both.

almost 4 years ago

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