The Donnamoderna.com community freshens up: easier to use, more intuitive, more fun

 

The new Donnamoderna.com community is now bigger and has opened its doors on new horizons: from today it is even easier to share and keep up to date with ad hoc advice about all sorts of things and to create your own blog, publish photographs and videos, chat and take part in forum discussions and write private messages to your contacts.

All this has been made possible thanks to an upgrade in the functionality and a simplification of the interface: with a clean and clear layout that highlights the issues of the day and the topics to be discussed in the forums and in the chatrooms, and the immediate identification of the other members of the community with whom you can make friends and exchange ideas and opinions. Also: users can easily update their profile, inform other members about what they’re doing and any other things of interest.

The community content, which is immediately recognisable on the homepage, ranges from fashion to health; gossip to psychology, and from beauty to the world of mothers. And of course ample space is given to the expert opinions: whether they are wedding planners, psychologists or fashion assistants, always careful not to disappoint the curiosity and expectations of everyone.

Donnamoderna.com met with a group of bloggers who were given a preview of the beta community. Reactions and feedback were positive and constructive: “I think that the new Donnamoderna.com community gives one the freedom to express one’s own personality and style thanks to tools that are simple, clear and easy to use,” said Sara Dania, the blogging mother from www.smamma.net. Emma Tracanella, the blogger of 365.caramellamenta.net, claimed that: “The new community is intuitive, easy and gave me all the news and allowed me to satisfy my curiosity about a range of things.”

The high level of appreciation among users of the site can also be seen from audience figures that continue to confirm Donnamoderna.com as the leader among Italian sites for women with a monthly average of 3,100,000 unique users and 40 million page views (source: Nielsen Site Census, October 2010).

There has also been a positive response from the world of social media with more than 92,000 fans on Facebook and more than 10,000 followers on Twitter.