Los Angeles, CA, January 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- WikiLoan has recently announced that participants of their social lending program have been finding success on the social networks, Google+ and Linkedin.
WikiLoan is service that assists borrowers to find the personal loan that they need through social networking. The service provides borrowers with professional proposals and a multi-messaging system to help get the word out to potential social lenders. WikiLoan also offers social lending opportunities. The borrowers’ profiles can be easily accessed so that the potential lender can select the applicant of their choice. The interest from the loan acts as a supplementary income.
Google+ and Linkedin are gaining popularity on the Internet. Social borrowers are finding success on Linkedin, a business networking platform. The borrower has the ability to target likeminded individuals for their business-oriented ventures including asking for loans from past colleagues and business partners. Whereas Google+, which was released in June 2011, has quickly become a contender for the ultimate social platform. The “circle-based” organization system, which allows users to easily separate their networks, has made this platform ideal for sending targeted requests for a loan.
With the popularity of both Linkedin and Google+ on the rise, WikiLoan hopes to see more borrowers and lenders in 2012. Anyone interested in learning more about social lending is invited to contact the company directly.
1093 Broxton Avenue, Suite 210
Los Angeles, CA 90024
For more information on WikiLoan and their social lending programs visit, http://www.wikiloan.com/