CollectiveX, the group-focused professional social network founded by Clarence Wooten, will launch early Thursday morning.
The focus of CollectiveX is on the group, not the individual. Members of the group can interact via file sharing, messaging, calendaring and exchange of leads/contacts. It frankly answers to question that many social networks pose: Ok, we’re here, now what do we do? With CollectiveX, the entire point is to facilitate interactions among existing groups. As a member, you can be a part of as many groups as you like: boards, company teams, charities, whatever. For additional information, see my last post on CollectiveX, when it was just entering private beta. As I said before, CollectiveX is what LinkedIn should have been.