We all have those days when we get on Facebook and you just can’t stand the posts in your News Feed. Your Facebook friends can’t seem to get enough of sharing photos, articles, and every little thing that seems to be going on in their lives at every single moment. Not that you don’t completely care (because you minimally do), but it leaves one wishing that we only had to read the things we are actually interested in, and maybe catch up with those “friends” on Facebook in person later. Well, Experience Project may be the social networking site that can change all of that.
What does it cost?
Like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social networking giants, Experience Project is free to join. Users create a username and password, and provide an e-mail address and birth month and year.
How does it work?
The Experience Project is a social networking site where it doesn’t matter how many friends you have. It is a place where you can share your experiences with others, and they share theirs with yours. Once logged on, users can search for an “experience,” or they can create their own. Experiences are titled as first-person experiences, making it feel personal and relatable. These “experiences” are placed 12 different categories, like Food, Military, Politics, and Dating and Relationships.
What are examples of these “experiences?”
The quality of writing on Experience Project varies, but it is relatively easy for users to avoid ones that they don’t want to read. Of course, controversial topics, bogus experiences, and plenty of spelling and grammar mistakes lurk within the social networking site, but there is plenty of content (varies from decent to excellent) so that users can look around and click on experiences enjoyably for hours.
Here are a few titles:
I Love My Dog More Than Most People
I Am Prone to Inappropriate Laughter
I Lost My Sister to Cancer
I Love Being In the Woods
I Enjoy Helping Others
What if I join, and then decide it’s not for me?
Unlike Facebook, which only lets users deactivate their accounts, Experience Project allows complete deletion of accounts.
The Experience Project may not be a top-rated social networking site, and could never replace Facebook and Twitter, but it could provide a nice short break from them. To check it out, click here.
Disclaimer: This is not a paid review.