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    India's reply to Facebook

    Proving that the Internet is vast enough to accommodate every human on the planet and then have some space to spare, two entrepreneurs have taken on the established social networking sites. Not daunted by the fact that almost everyone has a Facebook, Google+ or Twitter account, Bangar Reddy,...

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    About Wallpost in The Hindu Date: 13/11/2012

    A New wall to post

    For people addicted to social networking there is a new wall to post. The ‘Wallpost' built on similar lines as Facebook has something more unique to offer. It has settings that make social networking a safer and pleasanter experience. Right from picture privacy, advertising, showcasing writing skills it has many interesting safety, organising and innovative options.

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    About Wallpost in Money control Date: 13/11/2012

    Can niche social media sites take on giants like Facebook and Linkedin?

    New genre of entrepreneurs puts a spin on social networking; plans to capitalise on this trend in India There's no doubt social media is a powerful tool for brands and e-commerce sites to reach their clientele. Now more evidence to support this trend - according to a survey by market research company IPSOS, 74 per cent of Indians today follow and engage with brands on social networking sites.

    And hungry to capitalise on this huge pie of engagement in the second-largest global market is an upcoming breed of Indian entrepreneur. These start-ups have launched niche social networking sites, which offer unique features to attract specific groups of users. But the billion-dollar question is: will these small players gain enough traction to survive against giants like Facebook and LinkedIn? Will they be able to make even a dent in the local advertising revenue of Facebook?

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    Akkineni Nagarjuna launching Wallpost features brochure at Crescent Cricket Cup 2012 Date: 13/11/2012, 07:15 PM