The HMU Community Inc. offers a unique social networking opportunity for families, couples and individuals of mixed race, heritage and culture.
Online PR News – 13-September-2011 – – FARMINGVILLE New York - The HMU (Happily Mixed-Up) community is a novel type of community group that goes far beyond mere social networking.
The HMU Community (www.happilymixedup.com) aims to offer a safe environment where families, couples and singles of mixed race, mixed heritage and mixed culture can find and connect with others who share their interests and lifestyles. It is hoped that members would share stories and offer and receive help, support and advice as needed.
The HMU Community (www.happilymixedup.com)is unique in that it exists as a community-focused social media start-up; the main goal is helping people make connections and establish friendships with like-minded peers in a way that is nonthreatening and mutually supportive.
Unlike some social networking groups, The HMU Community really cares about its members. One of the many benefits of membership is the opportunity for profit sharing through new member referrals.
“Our message is: Help the community grow and the community in turn will help you,” says company founder and CEO Yasmin Sammarco. “Members can earn money while helping the to grow.”
The HMU Community provides an online platform where members can share news, personal anecdotes, photos and videos. There are discussion forums, news items of mutual interest and social events that may be of interest to members. Members can also write blogs for the online magazine or simply share their status, celebrate personal achievements, ask questions, share concerns or just join the online conversation.
The HMU Community should not be seen as a dating site; individuals are welcome but it is also for families, couples and even young adults who want to connect with and support one another. Nor is it limited to people of mixed race. The HMU Community is open to anyone who can benefit from the advice and connections available within the community. There is a nominal annual fee for membership.