About Tagged, California
Founded in San Francisco, Tagged is one of the most exciting ways to meet new friends and build community on the Internet. Tagged members chat, post, play games, and “tag”—they identify other members with common interests or intriguing profiles. In doing so, Tagged users expand their social horizons, learn about one another, and have fun.
Leading social media sites in developing new features, Tagged allows its users to design and give their own Gifts. Tagged users purchase gifts using the site’s Gold currency and then post them to friends’ profiles to celebrate and share their sense of creativity. Unlike networking sites such as Facebook, Tagged also provides more than 200 Skins with which users can customize their profiles. Almost all of Tagged’s Skins were created by community members.
Moreover, Tagged was one of the first sites to feature widgets and YouTube for video posting and was originally architectured in cutting-edge PHP code, allowing the site to respond quickly to its users’ needs. For example, Tagged’s partnership with Zend Platform and Zend Studio allowed the company to create a social graph demonstrating its individual users’ connectedness and suggesting new online friends. Tagged has also partnered with web firms like Meebo, Jangl, and Razz.
More than 80 million people have already chosen Tagged to reach out to one another. To become one of them, visit www.tagged.com.
Tagged.com: The Importance of Internet Safety
Since its establishment six years ago, Tagged.com has retained a deep commitment to user safety. Though developed specifically for making new acquaintances and friends, Tagged is just as concerned with staying safe as it is with having fun. Recently, Tagged became one of 13 social networking sites to take action against users that are also registered sex offenders. Even though Tagged is doing all it can to keep members safe, each member needs to take precautions to keep safe as well. Of course, you should already know not to share your password or any personal information about yourself (e.g., your full name, address, and other details). Nevertheless, you should also be leery of a few other things. Trust your gut. If another Tagged user is making you feel uncomfortable, ignore him or her. In this vein, do not respond to inappropriate messages or emails—replying encourages the sender to continue trying to get a response. You should always answer any personal questions with extreme caution. Most of all, take what you read with a grain of salt. The Internet allows users some level of anonymity, but that privacy also leaves room for a lot of dishonesty. Do not ever try to meet with strangers; even if they seem nice online, you never know how they may be in real life.