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The newest social networking site has premiered – ncludr.com!
I already have profiles on so many of these type of sites, but this is one more I will add. How can I resist a marketing pitch that claims that the site is “the most awesomest ultimate social network ever?”
I love the capabilities the site touts:
“Upload photos or publish notes, get the latest news from your friends, post videos on your profile, tag your friends, use privacy settings to control who sees your info — NOT WITH nclüdr!”
As if all of that wasn’t enough, the home page features testimonials from PeeWee Herman and Mr. Wizard (apparently raised from the dead). I drilled down to sign up and whose testimonials should I see, but Rudy Giuliani and Mr. T!?! Can you think of any other website that features both America’s Mayor AND Bad Attitude Baracus?!? AND a tile ad for a company that will help me lower my funeral costs? I can’t think of even one.
As you probably assumed, I just had to click on the FAQ page…and, boy am glad I did! I stumbled upon an ad for a Virus Detection software that promises a Premium Gouda Cheese Wheel! WOW! These guys are already generating “revenue” through advertising on the site, which is not really hard to understand since everyone in the world has already signed up!
Speaking of, the sign up was a snap using ncludr’s Personal Profile Generator V2.01. It was only 3 questions long and quickly told me who I am. Facebook has never once given me this level of self-discovery. Right off the bat, I had 12.3 billion friends! I only have about 30 on Facebook!
Check it out – you won’t be sorry! ncludr.com

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