California-based startup Communly states that its purpose is not only to create a new social network (like we need another one of those) that structures users around their interests, but also to connect brands with actionable insights from the interest groups that match their business niche–basically, helping “likes” translate to sales. But let’s back up for a moment and touch on what the real problem is here.
I am 26 years old and still living at my parents’ house,and I hate it. I want desperately to support myself and live on my own, but I haven’t been able to yet. Thing is, I want to run my own business–work for myself–but I’ve been hoping to work on that after getting at least a minimal stable income.
Unfortunately, that’s been a bit difficult to achieve thus far.