FourNote.com Unveils Robust, Sophisticated Next-Generation Social Network

New social networking web site FourNote.com combines the useful features users expect with a sharp eye on privacy and customization. Savvy individuals are turning their backs on bloated, intrusive networks and turning toward FourNote.com. That’s because FourNote.com users keep in touch while keeping control. FourNote.com is an advanced exchange portal for business, academic and personal users. Crucially, FourNote.com users can not only exchange pictures, share video, chat, but a huge range of file types (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, Illustrator, Photoshop, eps, Postscript, TTF, Zip, Rar and much more).

“Fournote.com is for select individuals and groups who want to retain privacy while sharing their lives on the Internet,” Alessandro Bani, founder of the new site. “It’s easy to use and designed for friends, schools, students, communities, social organizations, families and businesses.”

At it’s core, FourNote.com (http://www.fournote.com) makes keeping in touch more efficient, more fun, more secure and more private. It’s a more intelligent way of messaging that cuts down on inbox clutter. FourNote.com lets users create filters through which to share information. “No longer do you have to choose between sending messages to one friend or all your friends. Create separate spheres for different parts of your life,” said Bani.

This aspect of FourNote.com is revolutionary. Businesses can adopt FourNote.com, knowing that different work groups can easily talk only amongst themselves, talk one on one, or talk to everyone in the organization. “Users can be in multiple groups. Max can be in Jerry’s friends group and co-workers group. Jerry’s friends aren’t bothered by messages intended only for his co-workers, and his co-workers won’t see the more casual messages Jerry might send to his friends. The names of the group are customizable by the user and specific to the user, so different users can give unique names to the same network,” Bani said.

Privacy continues to be a major concern for social networkers. FourNote.com is a private, powerful social network that puts the user, not the network, in charge.