Another up and coming social scence?

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Maximum Design & Advertising, Inc.

According to AdAge there is another social community taking shape. Unlike Facebook the user profile appears to be a little older. Good news for those of us targeting the pre-boomer and boomer market segment. AdAge reports... "Older consumers seem just as willing to compare notes over a glass of a wine at places like the fast-growing Gather.com. With a median age of 42, the 2-year-old site has attracted advertisers including Kraft, Nestle, American Express, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Schwab, Amtrak and Starbucks. Gather's 500,000 members cascade reviews and recommendations through their ranks." Anyone have experience with Gather.com they would like to share?

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