Cricket Social Network is the Latest Way to be in Touch

Park Avenue, NY, March 11, 2007 --( Cricket fever will be at its zenith in the coming days. Stickiewicket has introduced stickie mates, a social networking platform to enable all cricket enthusiast to express and say all that they want to about the cricket world cup, performance of their favorite player and team, and also to get in touch with their old friends. At stickie mates, visitors can write blogs, participate in discussions, upload pictures and videos that they want to share with others and stay connected with their old and new friends.

Registration to the site is very simple and visitors just need to fill up the registration form, and they will be eligible to take part in the different activities on the site. All the services are provided free of cost so that fans are not hampered in watching, talking and discussing about their favorite game. Uploading a cricket picture or cricket video is very simple at stickie mates. Visitors will have to log in to the site and go to the cricket forum section. There they can easily upload the videos which they want to share with their friends and other cricket fans.

“I am an avid cricket fan. I had missed out on that historic innings of Sehwag against Pakistan where he had scored a triple ton. What is worse, I even missed the highlights of that match; I have been searching for the video of this game. Imagine my joy and surprise when I found the video posted at sticke mates. Well, what more can I say, I found some of my old friends, a few new friends and many pictures and videos as well on Stickie Mates,” says Robin, a cricket fan.

At Stickie Mates, fans can also bring the writer hiding inside them by contributing to the blogs in the My Area section. Here, visitors can write their thoughts and opinions about a particular match that was played, or will be played, about their favorite team or player and also regarding ant issue that is being hotly discussed in the cricketing world. Visitors to the site can be a part of the all the action that is unfolding in the cricket world.

Visitors to the site can refer their friends to join the site and make a community where they can be in constant touch with each other. New communities about social, political or cricket issues, hobbies, school, college, university and any other aspect can be started and this platform can be used by all like minded people to interact about their interests on a common platform.

Ella Wilson