STOCKHOLM, April 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The founder of PlainBoards.com, who has been busy working on improvements since the recent launch, was asked to list the top-five reasons for why anyone would want to use this service instead of some existing one. As can be read in more detail at http://plainboards.com/why, these points were specifically highlighted:
- Visitors don't have to register or log on in any manner to post or use the many features. This is of course very convenient for users, and for board owners. It means that more people will participate.
- Complete public privacy makes it impossible for malicious stalkers to map and harass contributors. This gives users peace of mind and board owners more honest and comfortable users. Even registered users are given every chance of remaining fully safe.
- Beautifully simple design. Rather than piling on clutter for the sake of making it look complicated, as is unfortunately the norm, nothing in the proprietary PlainBoards interface is displayed without a very good reason.
- The Liberal Terms of Service only prohibit posts that are actually illegal, violating somebody's privacy, harassing by nature or content theft. This lack of forced "random morals" allows each board owner to decide their own specific rules and atmosphere. One board owner may require all posts to contain perfect spelling, grammar and punctuation, while another may refuse any posts that mention Justin Bieber.
- Since everything is pre-screened in an efficient management system, spam and junk post attacks just don't happen. At first, this concept may seem very frustrating, but once you get used to it, the advantages become obvious.
"Other attractive selling points include full encryption, currently no advertisements (pioneers will be rewarded with free-for-life 'plus' accounts later), no monetary cost, global accounts which only require you to register once (if you want to register) and let you use any board, and much more which simply must be experienced. It's all in the little details which make up a polished and robust product.
"The fact that no handles or identifiers are displayed in public (instead, an alphabetic letter is assigned to each person in the thread) cannot be stressed enough, as it eliminates countless problems, ranging from irrelevant remarks based on earlier posts, to impostors, to serious harassments through 'profiling,' sometimes going as far as death threats. The few downsides, primarily the perceived loss of 'brag points,' are nothing compared to the many genuine benefits," concludes the PlainBoards.com founder.
Please take a look yourself by going to: http://plainboards.com/