Soup.io

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Soup.io
Logo from Soup.io, May 2013.png
Type of business Privately held company
Headquarters Vienna (Austria)
Founder(s) Christopher Clay, Lukas Fittl, Andreas Fuchs
Industry Microblog service
Slogan(s) Publish, collect, share.
Website www.soup.io
Alexa rank Increase 3,698 (March 2015)[1]
Launched April 2007
Current status Online

Soup.io is an Austrian social networking and microblogging site.

Introduction[edit]

Soup.io allows the user to publish (editable in HTML) text, images, videos, links, quotes and reviews. It allows users to share files (within the limit of 10 MB) and create events. Its interface professes to follow the KISS principle[citation needed]. In March 2015, Soup.io had close to 3.8 million monthly users.[2]

In January 2017, Soup.io suffered data loss, and had to be restored over several weeks from a 2015 backup.[3][4]

Features[edit]

  • Aggregation in real time data from issues of social networks, blogs and RSS.
  • Auto-posting data from other social networks (including Digg, Flickr, Delicious, YouTube, Twitter, or even Tumblr)
  • Infinite scrolling of content
  • Publication (by sending email, via a javascript Favorites, or from soup.io) and possible edition in HTML
  • Re-posting of content from other blogs on the service, after the manner of Tumblr
  • Groups
  • Videos channels
  • Code custom CSS
  • Integration of domain names
  • Semi-private access to a blog

Awards[edit]

Soup.io received an investment during Seedcamp 2008,[5] has been classified by the Guardian as one of the essential 100 websites of 2009,[6] and was named "Innovative IT-Challenger" by APA – IT in September 2009.[7]

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