Point, Click, Publish!
From a personal web log to a company or social network to a daily news organ, Journalmaker™ offers a complete social networking and news content management system to publishers of all sizes. Let us help you get the word out! It is much more than "hosting."
Unlike generic social networking sites, your Journalmaker member network's content belongs to you! You are in control of who joins, contributes and sees information about you, your organization and your membership. Your member list is private and secure, and no third-party content is inserted, unless you do it yourself, of course, for reasons that further the interests of you and your members.
Journalmaker: Good for communication and your bottom line, but your webmonster webmaster may not like it much, as it removes publishing bottlenecks and broadens participation.
Each member has a personal profile that enables blogging, links to other networks, and personal information as enabled by the site and selected by the member.
Members can post personal announcements (Updates) in their profiles; recent announcements can be echoed optionally on other pages. Announcements can include links to additional source information. Announcements are limited to about 250 characters.
Each member has a personal journal to present content that is too large or complex for the brief format of personal announcements.
Other tools include member-to-member messaging through which members can send "internal email" to other members.
Members can comment on other members' articles.
Member information is never shared by Journalmaker or used in third-party advertising or promotional contacts. Journalmaker does not facilitate such third-party contact by the site manager, however we make no warranty that it is impossible to circumvent our built-in privacy protocols.
Journalmaker supports a Members system that enables site managers to
Posted content is secured by access control list protocols, with overall security by Journalmaker and site-specific privacy settings.
NetworkingJournalmaker facilitates networking among members with member to member messaging, personal announcements and individual blogs. Members may also join groups defined by the administrator.
These features may be used both for personal contact and as an issues-tracking system if linked via an API to a companion application such as a personnel or work-flow management system. Member identities can be linked through our API to enable common login if desired.