Zetify.com, a new social networking-like service, recently crossed my desk and appears to have a plethora of different services, features, and functionalities.
I think the most standout thing immediately was the apparent “mix” of target audiences for both the obviously-Christian and then the Christian-Curious (which is an interesting tag).
With a prayer board, groups, a blog, and even a heatmap (below) of churches and information, it seems to be more than just another Christian social networking site.
Creating a profile looked easy but it was not. In fact, I never actually signed up since my church wasn’t listed and it required a lot of information from me to move forward.
Too bad. The service looks cool but I’m all about low-bar registration. This was not easy for me!
Actually, I lied. Apparently it did sign me up but the process was a bit confusing.
Check it out and let me know what you think. Useful? Or is it just another player in a saturated field? I’m looking hard for the “unique” value props and either I’m missing it or I’ll have to dig further.