Woodbury, MN, October 02, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- SaveOurStarbucks.com has become the latest LoudClick.net website built by over 100 users. "Well over 100 people have signed up and helped build SaveOurStarbucks.com," said website creator Paul Konrardy, "Using LoudClick's technology has made this local idea go global. We've had interviews from PRWeek, The London Times, BBC, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, TV Asahi (Japan), Time Magazine, NPR. Who knew a little idea could get so huge this fast?"
LoudClick.net offers a unique technology that makes building a website around an idea short work without a lot of investment in cash or time. By allowing other people to help build the website, small ideas can become huge global ideas.
"We believe the best ideas come when people work together and LoudClick.net makes that possible," says Alex Huff, LoudClick.net CEO. "Building websites together takes the burden off one person replacing it with collaboration and shared publishing."
LoudClick.net's free website builder embraces the online participation phenomenon (web 2.0) with powerful sharing controls and privacy-sensitive communication tools. People can build an online community about their inspiration.
With the recent success of SaveOurStarbucks.com comes membership in the LoudClick.net 100 Club. The 100 Club includes only LoudClick.net websites with over 100 users building a website together. Other websites in the 100 Club include: www.USACupPlayers.com, http://BenazirBhutto.loudclick.net and http://HeathLedger.loudclick.net.
LoudClick.net is a privately held new media company offering a free social publishing system. As of September 2008, thousands of users in 124 countries have discovered this new way to build a community or enterprise online. LoudClick.net is rapidly connecting the citizens of the world; helping them build websites together.