Brazzlebox Looking to Offer Social Media for Small and Home Based Businesses
Social media used to be a small trend that was just starting to grow. Now there seems to be a social media outlet for anyone’s tastes depending on whether you are wanting to talk in small increments or post pictures that tells a long story. One area that has been largely ignored when it comes to easily communicating over a social media avenue is the small and home based business community. Brazzlebox is a new community that is looking to fill that hole.
The community has been established as a way for owners, entrepreneurs, employees and customers to talk to like-minded individuals who might need a little help from one day to another. Brazzlebox has been set up by Glen Zinszer and will be working to fill the void of social media sites that are specifically geared towards B2B and B2Community. The site has been billed as a place where business owners and clients can come together and connect to local area business networks.
There are certainly social media sites that users of Brazzlebox might be familiar with, but none that fit a user of this network’s needs to a tee. While Facebook and Google+ are set up to allow people to talk to their friends, and LinkedIn is for making business contacts, this site is specifically for small and home based business owners.
That means that the people who are using the site don’t have to look very far to find like-minded individuals. They don’t have to hold back when they have a question because they’re afraid their social media friends won’t understand what the questions cover. The website and community had a very successful beta launch in April of last year. The company is now looking to relaunch the brand on a national scale with new proprietary technology this June.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker