Toronto, Ontario Canada (PressExposure) March 18, 2012 -- Social networking sites are common over the internet nowadays. But one of the things that vary among them is their context. They have different targets and help people stay in touch with each other. Cornerlink is a website that is dedicated to connect with neighbours, tenants and landlords. People can go online and use this website for free. This website is specifically created by keeping in mind that everyone in the neighbourhood should stay connected to each other. Nowadays, schedule of people have become very hectic and their life revolves usually around work. By accessing this website, individuals will be able to stay in touch with the people in their locality.
Times have changed in the past decade and many people tend to overlook the importance of having a healthy relationship with their neighbours. People are too much engrossed in their personal lives that they are at times not aware who lives in the house next to them. Keeping contact can prove to be worthwhile for several reasons. If a person leaves his home for a couple of days, he can ask his neighbour to keep an eye on the property or pick the mail. If an individual is thinking about organizing a neighbourhood BBQ, the social website can be the ideal tool for sending invitations.
Users can be assured that Cornerlink website is free to use and there are no hidden charges for services. The website can serve as the ideal base for community networking as it offers a wide range of services for people. It is accessible to everyone including tenants, landlords, etc. With the assistance of this website, people can stay in constant touch with others living in the community. The website can also be used to advertise services such as accounting services, repair, etc. directly to the neighbours.
Creating an account over the social website is free and all an individual is required to do is enter the first names of the members in the household and the city he lives in. Cornerlink is the ideal destination for individuals who do not get the time to communicate with their neighbours on a regular basis. With the use of community networking, people will be able to send out invitations, requests, alerts as well as post in the neighbours forum. For additional details, it is strongly recommended that people visit [http://www.cornerlink.ca]. Rest assured they will not be disappointed.
Chris Haddad is author of this article on Neighbourhood [http://www.cornerlink.ca/].
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