A social network called SocialWise is gaining popularity on social media after it was designed to be used by professionals.
The company’s Facebook page boasts that its software is designed to help you “connect with people who share your interests, interests in life and interests in the world”.
But it also makes it easy for users to “get to know each other” and “connect in a way that lets you connect in a shared space”.
Users post photos of themselves on their Facebook page and then tag their posts to their SocialWised account.
“When you’re working, socialising, or hanging out, you don’t always want to see the person you’re hanging out with in the background,” the site states.
When the user posts a picture of themselves, the software compares the two images, and if it is the same, it will post a caption that says “friends and family”.
“We know there are some people out there who are just going to have an issue with it,” CEO and founder Alex Lutnick told Business Insider.
The social networking company’s software is used by a range of businesses including a professional social network known as LiveJournal.
It was created by former Facebook employees.
Lutnick said he started his company as a hobby, but the technology was taken up by a larger company.
SocialWise allows users to make their own personal profiles, which then get shared on the company’s network, which includes LiveJournal, Instagram, LinkedIn and other sites.
“It allows people to connect in their own way,” he said.
Users can then share their posts with their peers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and other social networks.
But there is a catch.
Unlike other social networking platforms, the platform cannot track users’ posts.
That means users can be targeted by companies, and they cannot be blocked.
“Our focus is on helping people to be connected in ways that let them connect in shared spaces,” Lutnik said.
Lutnik told Business Insider he wanted to make the platform more useful for those who want to share their lives online.
“We are building tools to help people make that connection,” he explained.
“The only way we can do that is by making it easier for people to make that kind of connection.”
LUTNICK IS NOT A FACEBOOK PROFESSIONAL”I think it’s important to understand the difference between a professional and an amateur.
I want to create a platform where people can be really confident that they are actually getting their own information from what they’re doing.
And so I have a very large, high-level vision of what we are trying to do.
To do that, we have a lot of data that we collect about people, and we are not interested in tracking people.
We have to be more interested in people engaging with the information we are collecting.”
Lutnicks team has worked with Facebook to get the software up and running, but he admitted that it will take some time before it’s ready for use.
“There’s a lot that needs to happen before we’re ready to use SocialWiser,” he told BusinessInsider.
In the meantime, users are free to share what they are posting on social networks, and are also free to “follow” people they are interested in.
Although Lutnanks team said it does not track users on the platform, the company has made it easy to make friends on its website.
Facebook’s “Like” feature allows users of its social networking service to add people to their circles.
Users can also “like” other users’ profiles on the social network.
One user who shared a photo on social networking site Instagram captioned it: “I know where my money is, and I want it to go to the good people of Haiti.”