Chattanooga, TN, May 01, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- JCFaith.com, an integrated online Christian social ecosystem, announced today the launch of JCFaith News, a service that aggregates content from newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other web sites.
On the site, news pages are divided into a dozen main themes, such as Christian and Entertainment. The aggregation process is based on a search algorithm, but user’s rate individual stories to determine their rank on a page.
“We’re putting it to the community to be the editors driving our news service,” said JCFaith cofounder Greg Thomas.
JCFaith News joins a growing list of sites with a new focus on content aggregation. They’re arriving at a time when there is a decline of traditional news sources. JCFaith founders said that the news pages will actually increase newspaper traffic by linking to traditional media.
JCFaith will go further than Google news by letting users vote on items, helping to decide what makes the front page or the section pages. That function is similar to sites such as Digg.com.
JCFaith.com is a comprehensive online Faith Based Social Networking system, tightly integrated set of publishing, communication, and networking features now support and enable the social web like never before for a more meaningful experience. For more information about JCFaith.com, please visit www.JCFaith.com.