If you have followed me for any length of time, you know that I’m a chronic social networker. I jump on things like Twitter, Facebook, Pownce, FriendFeed, Seesmic, etc and often call them the “next big thing.”
I know it’s annoying, but sometimes I do get it right (like with Twitter).
So, I’m particularly excited to see the new Affiliate Summit network being moved to Ning…
New Affiliate Summit Social Network | Affiliate Summit Blog: “Affiliate Summit has launched a new social network for conference attendees on Ning.
Based on a poll, as well as feedback on Twitter and directly to us, Ning was the clear favorite over the previous social network technology from Confabb.”
If you’ve never played with Ning, you really should. It beats forum software like phpBB etc hands down and offers a number of options for integration with things like your blog feed or Twitter or Flickr.
And I’m especially excited about the Summit’s move to Ning because the previous Confabb system was atrocious from a usability standpoint.
This time around for the ASE Boston show, I really think we can derive some benefits from this iteration of the social network.
Head over and sign up. You just might like it (and find it profitable).