Epic Sunsets

Ring of the Day – EPIC SUNSETS

Who doesn’t like the warmth and tranquility of a sunset.
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Got an idea for a ring? Create it today at http://www.ringof5.com/

Epic Sunsets



$5 Amazon.com Gift Card

For a limited time, get a $5 Amazon.com Gift Card just for creating your first Fun Ring and sharing that Fun Ring. That’s right! Simply do this to get your $5 Amazon.com Gift Card:

1. Create a Fun Ring with at least five items
2. Go to the Fun Ring page you created, and “like” or “tweet” your Fun Ring
3. We will automatically email you an Amazon.com Gift Card.

And did we mention how easy it is to create a Fun Ring. Not sure what kind of Fun Ring to create? Here are some suggestions:

Favorite celebrities
Best restaurants
5 greatest sports stars
Dinner ideas
Favorite shoes
Cute Dogs
Top Movies to see
Fabulous furniture
Vacation spots
Best desserts
Best ballparks

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Social Sharing Startup Takes Aim at Pinterest

Ring of Five transforms image sharing through the power of rings.

San Jose, CA (November 15, 2012) – Sifting through the amount of content that is liked, shared, or recommended throughout social networks can be a daunting task, even for the most active of social media users. Enter Ring of Five (http://www.ringof5.com), a new social sharing platform that encourages users to create and share small rings of content on any subject matter.

“Our objective is to highlight the most important content that users want to share,” said Joe Sullivan, founder of Ring of Five. “Users should not have to scroll through a never-ending page of images to find what’s valuable.”

The idea of the website is simple. Users create rings of content, called Fun Rings, on any subject matter, such as their favorite restaurants or pets. Users can then share these Fun Rings with their contacts, who are grouped into Broadcast Rings.

Technically, the site does not require or limit the number of items in a ring to five. But “five” is still integral to the theme of the platform, and the inspiration behind the startup. “From the five guys we skateboarded with as kids, to the five pizza places we had to try in New York City, many things in life seemingly always boil down to five,” said Sullivan. “Sharing and content distribution should be similar.”

Metaphorically speaking, Ring of Five can be described as “Yahoo Groups meets Pinterest.” Users can communicate and share through SMS text message, email, and the website. Likewise, users can like, comment, upload images, and add content to rings directly from the web as they browse.

Ring of Five is available to all users for free at http://www.ringof5.com.