Earlier this week I was invited to provide original content for the “Parenting” channel on Sulia.com. I accepted the gig because I’m curious about social media in general–and Sulia is the “new” thing.
The best way that I can describe Sulia is that it’s a mashup of Pinterest, Twitter and “old-fashioned” blogging. This is my third day on it and I’m starting to really enjoy it.
Never heard of Sulia? You will–and not just from me.
There is a startup in New York called Sulia. It’s tiny – 10 people work there – and you’ve probably never heard of it.
Sulia is a site that organizes short form content into channels like “New York City,” “Comic Books,” “Tampa Bay Buccaneers.”
It gets that content in two ways. One way: It pulls the first sentence or two of news stories from across the Internet onto Sulia.com. The other: It has users who write directly into topic channels on Sulia.com…
Last month, 10 million people visited [Sulia]– up from 0 just 10 months prior. Some context: Twitter.com still had less than 5 million unique visitors three years after the site launched. [Read more]
Want to know even more? Then go read some of these recent news stories.
And thanks for considering my invitation.