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Badoo

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since 2006 in UK
Badoo is a worldwide socializing system that provides its members with the ability to meet new people and friends in and around their local area. It includes many great social network fundamentals, but really focuses on giving users the games and tools to gain attention and expand their social circles.
Key features

One of Badoo's greatest strengths lies in giving the user direct control over the size of their audience. With our patented system, members can activate features that instantly gain more exposure for their profile. We've added to that the ability for instant messaging, lightning quick uploads of photos/videos, and the transparency of being able to see who views your profile and individual albums.
Beginnings

Badoo was brought to life in London in 2006 by a small group of young, forward thinking programmers and tech entrepreneurs. The idea was to create a social website that would transcend all national boundaries, but at the same time, represent the local unique culture of its users. The goal was then to spread into all cities and small towns so that users could meet new people locally.
Future

Badoo has already built a large and diverse global community online. So now we are striving to extend our reach and continue to utilize the most cutting edge technology, which allows our users to meet new people and enhance their reality.

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Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/badoo.com
Quantcast: http://www.quantcast.com/badoo.com
AboutUs: http://www.aboutus.org/badoo.com
DomainTool: http://whois.domaintools.com/badoo.com

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