NEW YORK -- July 16, 2012 - Nextwork Media ("nextworkmedia.com"), a Michael Fara company, in affiliation with Windows 7 Forums ("windows7forums.com") and Windows 8 Forums ("windows8forums.com"), wholly owned subsidiaries of said company and Mr. Fara, announced today, the acquisition of WindowsForums.com and WindowsForum.com. These domain names will be used, in conjunction with vBulletin 5, to create the world's largest non-Microsoft owned technology enthusiast communications social network in the world, and to further improve existing services provided on the above listed website.
The benefit of a unified platform will become apparent as events surrounding Microsoft's next flagship operating system, Windows 8 begin to unravel by the end of the year. Tentatively scheduled to begin at the end of the year, under the banner Windows Forums ("windowsforums.com"), the unified site will provide direct access to new and existing users to pose and respond to technical issues surrounding mainstream Microsoft products and operating systems, create unique user profiles, and interact using existing Facebook and Twitter API. As a seamless upgrade, plans to incorporate a Windows RT site application and Android app update should be phased in gradually.
Operated by an all-volunteer, professional taskforce, Windows7Forums.com is currently ranked as the 38,472nd most visited website in the United States by Quantcast Corporation, and the 25,061st most visited website in the world, out of billions, according to Alexa Internet: An Amazon.com Company. The site itself has served more than 40 million unique visitors in the last three years alone, and has been estimated at a valuation of anywhere from $125,000 dollars to $250,000 USD.
By combining the unique content and amazing members of Windows7Forums.com with the anticipated audience of Windows8Forums.com, Windows Forums will provide unparalleled free and open discussion, technical support, and assistance to hundreds of millions of people around the world, free of charge.
These changes are tentative, pending unforeseen circumstances, but should continue to be phased in by January 2013. As such, all plans are subject to change. These changes are forward-looking statements.
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