Great Falls-based PersonSpot has launched the beta release of its social publishing application, which lets users create online “social magazines” with content they identify through their social feeds, find on the web or create themselves.
The app offers the ability to create multiple magazines based on topics, audiences or designated sharing features. Users also can choose which of their magazines are public and which are private.
PersonSpot is currently raising its first round of funding. It has said it plans to serve both the business-to-consumer and the enterprise market.
“We believe that other people’s perception of who we are is largely shaped by our social presence. By publishing PersonSpot magazines, people can define and manage their own online persona and promote themselves to colleagues, clients, peers, or friends,” the company said on its website. “In today’s knowledge-based world, we are what we read, or write about. With no time to blog, and too much noise in our social feeds, PersonSpot lets us break through the clutter and promote ourselves better.”
PersonSpot was founded by entrepreneurial veteran Yiannis Velissarakos (CEO), and COO Angelo Kostopoulos.