I’ve relaunched Pagellan.com as a new social network based on knowledge. It allows users to create their own personal knowledge bases.
I came up with the idea by focusing on what I disliked about the big social networks…
- Most of the content is trivial
- There’s a ton of spam on most networks
- Posts are not easily searched, tagged, or archived
- There’s no affiliate program
So I began working on a program that addressed those issues.
It’s based on four very simple concepts.
“Imagine if you could create your own personal knowledgebase that worked like Twitter and Facebook, but allowed you to categorize, tag and archive the things that you know and learn.”
“Imagine if you could make that knowledge private or share it with the world, forever archived and tagged for easy access.”
“Imagine a social network without self promotion, spam, useless banter… but solid, valuable, actionable content.”
“Imagine how many “tags” users will be creating to organize their content and the advertising potential of being able to sponsor those tag results pages for a low monthly rate.”
After a couple months in development. Pagellan is now officially live and 100’s of users are already using it.
There’s also an affiliate program that pays 50% monthly recurring commissions on advertising sales.