Sep 12, 2011

Exclusive: Sneak peek at Pursuitist’s social network for affluent consumers & luxury brands
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

It’s the country club come to the Internet: Pursuitist, the website about all things high-end, is getting ready to unveil a new social layer for those who live the good life.   Right now, as a Pursuitist spokesperson noted in a chat with VentureBeat, “There is not a Trip Advisor or Yelp for the luxury category.” So Pursuitist aims to become the Yelp for the upper class. Pursuitist began as a blog about luxury goods and services. The second phase of the site will include user-generated reviews and rankings, social user profiles with Facebook and Twitter integration, brand pages, an iOS application for iPhone and iPad and an HTML5 interface for other tablets and smartphones.
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