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This site has an emphasis on promoting real world events and venues.
I couldn’t handle looking at it very much but there is a tag cloud if you scroll way down on the front page!
There’s a professional but stylish look and feel to Jake.
Users are encouraged to use their real names and free accounts offer only two photos – one for yourself and one for your company’s logo for example. Paid members can access the dating section of the site, get more storage in their internal mailboxes, get priority invitations to real world events and bring guests, gain access to “business briefings” and a number of other things.
Jake Jake calls itself the world’s largest gay professional community. The company reports almost 30,000 members sending two million messages to each other over the past year and attending exclusive real world events together.
Unlike others that discourage independent commercial activity, this site encourages users to advertise their own businesses and directly monetize their involvement with the site.
I won’t pretend to speak for gay men and I’m sure there are some sites I’m missing, but these appear to be the most talked about gay male social networking sites online. Maybe they’ll be a look inside a niche market for some of our readers and maybe they’ll be links of love for others.
I tried to note the ones where the guys were particularly hot.
It is very text intensive, site navigation is unbearable.
Niche social networks are likely a viable business because they allow specialized functionality and a subjective community feel as opposed to general interest sites that defer to either the lowest common denominator or the 15-25 year old demographic.
Many people want to participate in social networks, but many people prefer networks set up for people they can relate to. From the proudly professional to the happily hedonistic, there may be something on this list for everyone – or at least everyone who’s a gay man.
Memberships are £19.95 for 6 months with a 28 free trial period.
DList DList looks like it was designed by someone from Gawker – in fact I’m sure it was.