NBC Chicago: Wooxie Holds Twitter's Tweets to the Fire
New Twitter competitor offers interest categories, photo hosting, and 155 characters. A Chi-based Web site with a Star Wars-esque name is gunning for micro-blogging behemouth Twitter. Wooxie, in an apparent bid to out-feature its super-popular predecessor, lets users create 155-character posts, as compared to Twitter's 140.
Wooxie: The Future of Social Networking Sites and a Must Use Tool
Social networking sites may be a dime a dozen, but every so often one comes along that promises to really provide its users with great new benefits and functions. Wooxie has done just that, and it's the must use social networking site that's ready to break out and reach the big time.
Social Networking Gets Bite With Wooxie
Is it possible that Wooxie with a dog mascot to Twitters bird can be the future of social networking? While it's too soon to tell, one thing is for sure - popular usernames are going fast. Usernames like Business, SEO, are gone forever.
Wooxie Focuses the Social Networking Website Experience
Social networking is about the social side of things; most social networking sites focus on the network aspects. Wooxie understands that the reason why social networking sites succeed is because they allow their members to filter for things they're interested in from the tidal wave of data on the Internet.
Features of Wooxie Puts Other Online Social Networkings In Rear View Mirror
While the Internet has no shortage of online social networks today, new services are still emerging which provide unique and useful benefits that were not previously available. One such new service is the new social network Wooxie, which helps users manage both Facebook and Twitter accounts while earning additional revenue through Google Adsense.
New Microblogging Social Network Wooxie gets a URL Shortener
As of today, Wooxie has released a new URL shortener. New Microblogging Social Network Wooxie has a custom URL shortener. This will make posts even more effective. Each day, Wooxie continues to layer on more components and special features.