Social media have rapidly evolved since 1997 when the first social network website SixDegrees was launched. As with all new things, the beginning was a little chaotic. Myspace rose to fame and then went into oblivion. LinkedIn has shown slow and steady growth. Others have a seemingly unstoppable meteoric rise – Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and SnapChat.
Social media in numbers
Back then everything was fresh and exciting as people were entering a new era of communications - a burgeoning new way of life. Now the numbers in social media statistics are staggering. 4.75 billion items are shared by Facebook users each day. Over 500 million tweets are sent every day, about 6,000 tweets per second. Instagram users upload an average of 95 million photos and videos every day. All of them are shared by people trying to stand out in the crowd.
Social media have become a mess. News feeds are cluttered with posts we don’t want to see, on topics we are not interested in. The noise is too loud and it has become hard to hear your own thoughts, let alone find a thought you shared a year ago.
Maybe it’s time for more specialized and personalized social media, places where you an find people who share your interests and hobbies without the annoying white noise.
Welcome to the new social network
If you are a foodie, food blogger or writer, professional chef or amateur cook, or maybe only dine out when you travel, you might want to connect with other fellow food enthusiasts online. We have good news for you. You can do it on Foodle.pro.
Foodle gives you the best that the dining world has to offer. It’s a place to share and enjoy your dining experiences and connect with diners from around the world, without the unnecessary hustle and bustle.
Adore food without the noise
Just like you, we love good food and everything related to it. Once you register and create your profile on Foodle, you start off with a clean slate. Your news feed will not be clogged with irrelevant posts.
On Foodle, everything revolves around your love for food. Share and enjoy culinary experiences without being distracted.
You can connect with friends and other diners from around the world. Browse through entire meals and read about other dining experiences without the annoying white noise. Keep a chronological journal of meals at restaurants you have visited. Create shareable lists of your favorite restaurants, places you want to try, or every single spot where you ordered a pizza. Furthermore, it is easy to find a post you shared a year ago. Tag people you have dined with and add tags to a meal you have posted. Here you can tailor your experience to your own needs and preferences.
If you want to see more presentations of food in your news feed, simply be more sociable - like, comment on or share posts or follow other people. The more people you follow, the more interesting and diverse your feed will be.
Discover new places and experiences
Foodle is a thematic social network where you can discover new restaurants. Some of them might be places near you that you have never suspected that exist - from the small family-owned eatery in Italy, to a restaurant that has just received its third Michelin star. Moreover, you can read about members’ personal dining experiences.
On Foodle, simply by posting a photo and tagging the location and date, you will build a chronological journal of your meals. Moreover, it’s extremely easy to search through your posts. Even if you don’t remember the name of the restaurant you visited five years ago in Tokyo, but you know you were there in April, you can find the particular post you created.
Whether you are planning your next vacation or looking for a place to eat within the hour, you can research restaurants and use our special filter to view their accolades and rankings. If a restaurant has any online presence, you will find it on Foodle. Foodle has a unique, comprehensive search engine which can be tailored to your needs.
No matter if you have recently discovered your love for food or you are a veteran foodie, whether you are a great chef, or you are one of the few people who have visited all the three-Michelin star restaurants, you can dive in Foodle’s dining world with your senses open.
If you’ve ever wished to be part of an online dining community, without the noise, you will find value and inspiration being a member of Foodle.