Ahad, November 20, 2011

WWW.SALAMWORLD.COM - Islamic Version Of Facebook


Sebuah laman sosial yang dikenali sebagai yang juga membawa maksud Hello World bakal dilancarkan dalam beberapa minggu lagi. Laman sosial ini yang sedang menunggu pelancarannya ini berpusat di Istanbul, dan akan mula membuka cawangan di beberapa ibu kota seperti Kaherah, London, Moskow, Dubai dan New York. Laman web ini akan menggunakan 15 bahasa sebagai bahasa pengantarnya. Salamworld menyasarkan seramai 100 juta pengguna sebelum tiga tahun pertama pelancarannya yang terdiri daripada belia Muslim, para pemimpin intelek, dan bukan Islam yang ingin mempelajari atau mengenali Islam. Motto lama sosial Salamworld ini ialah "no politics, no bans, no limits."

Salamworld, an Islamic social networking website, is set to start its journey from Istanbul. The website is funded by prominent Muslim businessmen, with over 100,000 people waiting for membership. Based in Istanbul, Salamworld will have working branches in many other cities, including Cairo, London, Moscow, Dubai and New York. The site will be streamed in 15 languages. The site's name "Salamworld" means "Hello world," and the motto for the site reads "no politics, no bans, no limits." Salamworld aims to attract 100 million users by the end of its first three year term, targeting Muslim youth, intellectual leaders and non-Muslims wanting to learn more about Islam.

Salam World aims to be the Islamic Facebook 
November 14, 2011 A group of Russian and Turkish investors are putting tens of millions of dollars into the development of a site that aims to be a kind of Islamic version of Facebook. Salam World. The exact nature of the concept has not yet been revealed, but the site is set to launch in the next few weeks. As Facebook’s relentless domination of social media continues, the idea of launching an alternative is appealing to many. And while there’s nothing notably un-Islamic about Facebook, Salam World’s promise of a social network specifically geared towards Muslims seems set to attract a considerable number of users. A particularly interesting part of Salam World is the plan to launch some form of e-payment system. Again, it’s not entirely clear how this is going to work, but there are reports that a deal is being sought with a prominent Indonesian bank. How that will pan out is unclear, but Salam World is at the very least an interesting concept, and one that could make an impact. 

Next, Salam World is going to develop the internet payment concept using a kind of electronic gold or electronic dinar. Therefore Salam World is trying to collaborate with Bank Muamalat as a partner in Indonesia.