Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) February 18, 2012 -- What is the difference when you get the meaning of a word from the dictionary and when you ask someone about it? While the dictionary will provide the precise meaning in the least number of words possible, which you might not understand, your friend will probably explain it in the easiest way possible making sure its simple enough for you to grasp. In this fast paced world, a dictionary that can answer the query of a person in a way that seems like someone is explaining it to them, will be time saving and definitely a blessing.
SoSlang.com is an online dictionary that breaks the monotony of the conventional dictionary and lets you define words instead. The creative professionals of the company provide you with an online website, where one can showcase his/her talent for playing with words so that others can enjoy it. The website lets you add words without even needing to register. You just need to add the word, write its meaning, give an example, give tags, give your pseudonym and your work is done. For people who absolutely love it but don't have time to go to the website every day, have the option to subscribe to the "word of the day" which will be emailed to them.
When contacted, a cheerful representative of the company said, "So Slang is an un-complicated online slang dictionary which is contributed and edited by thousands of people online just like you. Unlike formal dictionaries, you can add your own meaning to millions of words. With more than 6 million definitions, So Slang is the biggest hub for street definitions of each and every word in the dictionary. Its for all those who like to speak street
We at SoSlang are aware that the world is changing every second so the way of communication will also have drastic changes. Here we give you exactly that and now everyone has the opportunity to be a part of the New Word Order"
He continued, "When we had the idea for SoSlang, we immediately knew that it is going to be an important project that is going to go to the masses, so we wanted to make it simple and very easy. Nothing in the website is complicated and everyone can use it."
SoSlang is not just another website and the concept introduced is not only unique but also catchy, especially with the modern youth. If the developers can keep working hard and keep innovating, it would be hard to believe if this website doesn't do well.
For more information, call 908-876-4809 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can visit the website at [http://www.soslang.com].