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jordie says

There is already Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, dribbble, behance, etc etc etc that serve the same purpose. Don’t need any more of that and I believe there are much better and more important things for Envato to focus their resources at. </2cents>

They’re all too distributed. Building a community around the products is what I’m after. I’m more looking at notifications more than anything. Being told when there are updates to products, when I’ve sold something, etc. all in a news feed. Being able to post text/images would just be a bonus.

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