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AskDads.com Launches the First Social Networking Site Exclusively for Dads
Date:4/8/2010

Dad's finally have a place of their own to create an online profile and build camaraderie with other Dads around the country. Upload photos, videos, music, create forums and blogs, RSS articles about Dads and sports, online games and more

(PRWEB) April 8, 2010 -- http://AskDads.com, the Internet's only social networking site exclusively for Dads, announces their official website launch. They have recently succeeded in creating a fully interactive website that allows the user to create their own "facebook" type profile.

AskDads.com allows their users to create a free profile with photos, videos, music as well as to create or join a blog, forum and group. The site has RSS feeds with articles dedicated to Dads as well as sports feeds and online games. The members can even sign on to the website with their Twitter credentials. James Willbanks, the creator of AskDads.com is a happily married dad of three. He has a daughter from a previous marriage who lives with him and had endured many years of family court drama before both sets of parents finally reached a common ground. His experience in parenting reaches many levels and has been the inspiration for the website.

While there is an endless supply of websites dedicated to moms, now the Dad's of our world finally have their own place to go and connect with other Dad's. This site is truly a place for Dad's to share or learn about the ups and downs of raising children whether those children are brand new or all grown up and everywhere in between.

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AskDads.com is the web's premier and first social networking site exclusively for Dad's, launched in April 2010.

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