Example of a Collaborative Social Blogging 3.0 platform: Gagapost

Let’s take a quick look at Gagapost, a new social blogging platform that promotes collaboration, many say that it is a fine example of a Blogging 3.0 innovation.

Example of a Collaborative Social Blogging 3.0 platform: Gagapost

Not much is known about Gagapost as of time of writing but I managed to gather a few interesting facts about it mainly because Gagapost is currently participating in DEMO09 at Palm Desert, California. So, here goes:
  • Gagapost allows users to create groups and they can contribute/add blog posts and photos to an existing blog post/photo. Non-users can only add comments.
  • Gagapost users can also blog or upload photos straight from their mobile devices. Nothing much there since most blogging platforms allow bloggers to do the same stuffs but it would be interesting to see how it works on Gagapost.

Take note that Gagapost is in public beta at the moment, feel free to check it out if you like. I already did and I have to say that I’m impressed with what Gagapost has to offer so far but I have to admit that Gagapost still has a very long way to go. Keep an eye on Gagapost just in case, it might make it big one day.

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