Tvinx.com – Reporting on your Part of the World

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We have quite a few popular information sites, and most of them fall into one of three categories, what’s happening, what to do, or where to get the best discounts. Finally, we have a site that is combining all three categories plus adding a social media aspect to create a worldwide social news system. It’s about time.

Welcome to Tvinx, definitely not your fathers social media website. Tvinx has a user base that actually generates news, reviews and other content. Tvinx is a free geolocation-based social news and networking platform that brings you the stuff you want to know about right in your part of the world.

By combining news reporting, social media, local reviews and discount offers, Tvinx.com has created a new kind of social network. Anyone can join Tvinx.com for free and start reporting news from his or her neighborhood, city, country or continent. Tvinx.com members can also review local businesses, create and post discount offers for their businesses, and start their own public, private or stealth social networks.

“Tvinx.com is changing the way the world receives information,” said Tvinx.com co-founders Antonio Magdic and Dan Cuvalo. “We’ve turned news reporting into a social media function driven by geolocation. Anyone can become a news reporter, anyone can create a social network, and anyone can review local businesses or post discount offers. No matter where in the world you are, Tvinx.com  gives you all the information you need about your community.”

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3 reviews or comments

Gerry Says: March 28, 2012 at 7:44 am

I looked around on the site and most all posts were several months old. Is this an attempt to revive the site? The latest post for politics in all of North America was from December of 2011.

Julie faconi Says: March 28, 2012 at 5:14 pm

Yes Gerry.. I guess it is, they just sent out a press release regarding updates a few days ago. See The listed release at bottom left of the post. thanks for the feedback!

Marco Says: March 30, 2012 at 7:52 am

looks interesting (especially micro social part), but they need more traction and more news

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