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FUSICOLOGY.com Launches Brand New Features March 18, 2010

Posted by David W. King in Uncategorized.

FUSICOLOGY announced the launch of a newly upgraded website. The standard RSS feeds for news and events, Twitter, Facebook and “Email To A Friend” features are now complimented with event comments, privatized events, RSVP options, vanity and bit.ly shortened URLs. In addition, events can be added to Google, Outlook and iCal calendars, Google Maps and much more.

“The new and improved layout was designed to provide visitors to our site with a more interactive online experience,” said FUSICOLOGY founder and Chief Executive Officer Asya Shein. “We’ve revamped our site with today’s social networking enthusiast in mind.”

Updated content on the site includes event listings, weekly newsletters, local concert information, music downloads and album releases from current and relevant artists in conjunction with Amazon.com.

“Our site separates itself from the pack with an impressive level of interactivity and a much improved user-friendly format,” said FUSICOLOGY Chief Information Officer Nina Morena. “We’ve improved our content management system and streamlined event listing uploads.”

Since its start over six and a half years ago, FUSICOLOGY has positioned itself as the hub for progressive events, music and culture. By aggregating event listings and relevant news for tastemakers, FUSICOLOGY empowers like-minded progressives and trendsetters. The company has successfully gained a strong following among multicultural and urban audiences in the United States and Canada.


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