Elixio

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Elixio
Type of site
Professional network service
Websiteelixio.net
Alexa rankunknown[1]
RegistrationInvitation-only
LaunchedJuly 2007
Current statusActive

Elixio is a gated social media similar to LinkedIn, XING, and Asmallworld. Elixio membership requires an invitation from an existing member or a LinkedIn account.[2] Founded in 2007, Elixio allows networking opportunities for senior to executive-level business professionals. The network is global and currently has over 15 Million members.

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Elixio features social network services such as forums, geographically specific events, classifieds, social interaction, and photo sharing. Unlike other similar social networks, Elixio is a gated online community with an identified member-base. The network does not allow anonymous or pseudonymous interactions.

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Secondary sources[edit]

  • Abdel-Halim, Mona. "20+ Online Networking Opportunities for Job Seekers", Mashable.com (February 2012) "20+ Online Networking Opportunities for Job Seekers (Mashable.com Website)". Retrieved 21 July 2012.
  • Wessley, Tami. "4 B2B Social Media Networks You Should Know About", business2community.com (March 2012) "4 B2B Social Media Networks You Should Know About (business2community.com Website)". Retrieved 21 July 2012.
  • Christie, Heather. "Forget Facebook: here's five social networks you've probably missed", Guardian.co.uk (February 2012) Christie, Heather (21 June 2010). "Forget Facebook: here's five social networks you've probably missed (Guardian.co.uk Website)". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 22 July 2012.
  • Entrepreneur. "Elixio Social Media Networking Site," Entrepreneur.com (December 2012) "Elixio Social Media Networking Site (Entrepreneur.com website)". Retrieved 15 February 2013.

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