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Apsense is a free Social Network driven by its users who share common business interests.
The online service is FREE for anyone with home based businesses. This is a place where you can connect with other business individuals and see how fast and easy it is to build your very own private social network!
It’s a known fact that the number one factor in driving a business to greatness is NETWORKING! It is the place to be where you can make contacts, find new colleagues, and possibly uncover future customers.
Apsense founders understand that Social Networks are the driving force behind the future of the internet. Its popularity is obvious since the growth of websites like MySpace, YouTube and Blogger.
On average, the top 10 social websites support an estimated 175 million users at any given time.
Recent reports also estimates that there are over 20 million home based businesses with a total annual revenue of about $650 billion. Experts forecast that this number will increase greatly due to minimal start up costs and wide accessibility to products and consumers via the internet. Combine together the rise of social networks and the promise of home based businesses, Apsense was born.
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