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Developed by Mark Laymon : 561-541-0441
                          @marklaymon
The Hockey Stick Has Just Begun
                Advertising in online media
                will skyrocket over the next
 ...
What is SNASM?
SNASM will be developed with advanced new
  platform using CakePHP with OpenID and
  OAuth for unlimited Sc...
What Makes SNASM Different?
The real world operates on many levels for each individual.
   When we work, we play a role in...
Is the technology ready yet?
All Features In One Location
How do you login securely?
Do these logos look familiar?
When a visitor is ready to sign in or register
at SNASM, we displ...
OpenID + OAuth =
             Portable Authentication



An open protocol to allow secure API authorization in a simple an...
What do I see once I am in SNASM?
         Enter into SNASM and you will find a
         clean easy to navigate layout.

 ...
Walled Gardens Are No Longer Cool




Users want to take their identity with them when they travel from
one site to anothe...
Decentralize Your Network?
             With a decentralized network you
             need a virtual dashboard.

         ...
How To Monetize SNASM and Avoid
            the Walled Garden?
                             Many online media companies tr...
Fresh Traffic = Ad Dollar$




                     An open network
                     allows many more
                ...
What About Competition?
The competition for SNASM will be the social news voting sites. At the
  present time there are on...
Who are the Founders?
Roadmap of SNASM
                                                      Personal Profile



                               ...
Be a part of the SMASM team!
Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today. I
    hope this has enlightened you on h...
SNASM's Future
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SNASM's Future

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An introduction on what SNASM's future has planned. SNASM is currently in an "alpha" stage. Please visit us and register to watch a social network grow from the beginning!

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SNASM's Future

  1. 1. Developed by Mark Laymon : 561-541-0441 @marklaymon
  2. 2. The Hockey Stick Has Just Begun Advertising in online media will skyrocket over the next decade. Companies that have thrived on traditional media are looking for alternative sources that introduce solid analytics. Social networking and social media is prime for tracking their Return on Investment.
  3. 3. What is SNASM? SNASM will be developed with advanced new platform using CakePHP with OpenID and OAuth for unlimited Scalability, Security, and DataPortability. We will be the first truly Open Social Network! Our users will be able to carry their social graph with them where ever they go!
  4. 4. What Makes SNASM Different? The real world operates on many levels for each individual. When we work, we play a role in our organization. When we are home or with our family, our roles and attitudes change. SNASM will mirror this on a virtual platform so that people can fulfill all of their online needs and desires from one unique interface. It will redefine the portal (such as Yahoo! and AOL), reinvent the social networking concept (improving on what MySpace and Facebook have started), and create one social news site that addresses the problems that plague the current ones (such as Digg and Propeller).
  5. 5. Is the technology ready yet?
  6. 6. All Features In One Location
  7. 7. How do you login securely? Do these logos look familiar? When a visitor is ready to sign in or register at SNASM, we display the provided RPX login interface. The sign-in interface helps the user choose their provider, and then RPX authenticates the user with their provider. Returning visitors will be presented with an interface tailored to their provider of choice. For example, if the user has chosen Google! as their provider they'll be presented with the following interface next time they return. Once they've verified their identity, RPX sends the user back to SNASM with everything we need to sign them in.
  8. 8. OpenID + OAuth = Portable Authentication An open protocol to allow secure API authorization in a simple and standard method from desktop and web applications. To keep it simple, other sites can talk and share with SNASM!
  9. 9. What do I see once I am in SNASM? Enter into SNASM and you will find a clean easy to navigate layout. Site Announcements, your Personal Bio, new Blog Posts will greet you! Once you have scrolled down you will find all of your daily news sorted and placed right where you assigned it.
  10. 10. Walled Gardens Are No Longer Cool Users want to take their identity with them when they travel from one site to another, such as one screen name and password for all sites. This is called a decentralized network. But it also creates the need for a new type of dashboard for the user to see everything they do. The user must also be able to move cross platform as they carry their data with out causing duplicate content.
  11. 11. Decentralize Your Network? With a decentralized network you need a virtual dashboard. SNASM will incorporate a graphical profile to act as your dashboard. From SNASM you will be able to quantum jump from location to location fast and effectively.
  12. 12. How To Monetize SNASM and Avoid the Walled Garden? Many online media companies tried the walled garden, only to later find that they were better off letting their content be syndicated across the thousands of social aggregators. Users do not have time to visit all of the sources of news in one day. If you could share your content with every social media site would more people view it? Of course they would! In September 2007 The New York Times stopped charging for access to parts of its Web site. They also opened some of their archives to be indexed. What did they benefit from doing this? SOCIAL and SEARCH ENGINE TRAFFIC!!!
  13. 13. Fresh Traffic = Ad Dollar$ An open network allows many more sources of content to be found by our visitors.
  14. 14. What About Competition? The competition for SNASM will be the social news voting sites. At the present time there are only about 25 large social news voting sites that get the publics attention. Currently, there are also over 1000 small social news voting sites. We are going to compete with each of these sites on the merit that we have a highly targeted social news voting site hosted on their own separate subdomain targeting competitive niches. The concept of having one site divided into subdomains allows highly targeted users to showcase their works on a larger scale. At the same time, it allows more diverse social media users to spread their wings in one location instead of seeking out multiple niche sites. It’s truly the best of all worlds for social media users at every level.
  15. 15. Who are the Founders?
  16. 16. Roadmap of SNASM Personal Profile Social Network Social Media Friends Vertical Niche Groups Voting Sites Baseball Communication Tools Golf Instant Message Chat Football Email Hockey File Storage Social Search Wiki Micro Blogging Directory
  17. 17. Be a part of the SMASM team! Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today. I hope this has enlightened you on how SNASM is going to bring a new level to the Internet. Please Contact Mark Laymon for further information on how you may join the SNASM Team! http://snasm.com Mark Laymon: 561-541-0441 LinkedIn: http://mark-laymon.com mark@snasm.com @snasm

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