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May 7, 2016 8:48 AM ET

Archived: HOBBYEARTH – for people who are passionate and love their hobbies: A social network which connects people around their hobbies

iCrowdNewswire - May 7, 2016




HobbyEarth is a social network which connects people around their hobbies.

A hobby is life

In their most basic sense, hobbies are activities we undertake in our free time for our enjoyment. Whether we pursue them alone or in groups, hobbies are often the parts of our lives we find the most fascinating and for which we have the least time.

With HobbyEarth, we want to help people practice their hobbies. Help them by giving them access to valuable information, locations, equipment, and contacts that will save them time and money that they can use for practicing their hobby. It doesn’t matter what your hobby is; it just matters that you have something to fill your free time with something that is all yours… something that feeds your soul. Hobbies have become an integral part of our lives, and everyone on Earth should take full advantage of them.

HobbyEarth gives this opportunity.

Where HobbyEarth is at?

At this moment, version 1 is live. Its focus is on telling amazing stories about the hobbies people practice.

The site gives them the tools to tell cool stories about their hobbies and share them with individuals with the same interests. A conversation can ignite, leading to possible new acquaintanceship, and perhaps even friendships.

Who is HobbyEarth for?

It’s for people who are passionate and love their hobbies. And it is for people who have a lot of stories to tell. Telling a story using a tool called “Set” brings that story to the feed of other users who are sharing the same hobby.

How is HobbyEarth different?

Unlike other social networks, in HobbyEarth, each hobby has its own page which holds all content for that hobby. People can find all information regarding that hobby in one place and not split across several ones.

Is it live yet?

The site is currently live and everyone can join. We’ve recently removed an invitation system which constrained signing up due a testing period. Now that is gone and you can join. 

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