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Social Source Portal

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Social Media Portal - Web build that would connect networks.

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CommuNETy Ltd are looking to create a Social Media Portal / Hub to be given to non-profit organisations and businesses.

We would like to see the Open Source community help us realise a web-build that would display social media content; including feeds from Google+, Facebook, Twitter and others.

The build would give the "owner" a button that would allow them to open and connect to all their social media with one click. (Opening a new window with tabbed social media sources)

As well as the "portal" that allows clients, customers or fans to keep up to date with the latest from an organisations social media, we would also like to create a "Owner Page" that would give an overview of messages received, "comments/posts" and "likes/+/retweets"

This project will be used by CommuNETy to gain financial resources in future and we will offer contributors a slice of our pie if successful. We will also create a paypal donation site for the project to reward contributor's time.

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Features

  • Facebook Feed / Connect / Like
  • Twitter / Connect / Follow
  • Google+ / Connect / +1
  • Other Social Media Feeds / Connect
  • Custom Content x2
  • Custom Header
  • Open ALL Social Media (New Tabbed Window)
  • Owner Login
  • Owner Control Page
  • Login to ALL Social Media (New Tabbed Window)
  • Choose Optional Social Media Displays
  • Other Management Features (SEO + Statistic Report)

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Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations, Other Audience

Registered

2013-11-07
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