The simple way to turn your WordPress blog into a Social Network. Mingle uses your standard WordPress website and standard WordPress theme to create profile pages, user friending, profile page posts, profile activities, social comments, email notifications (with privacy settings) and a full directory of members. So go ahead and try it out — give your users a more social experience on your website!
- User Profile Pages
- User Friending
- User Profile Posting (for friends)
- User Profile Post Commenting (for friends)
- Friend Activity Pages
- Full Member Directory
- Login & Navigation Widget
- Random or Recent Users Widget
- Email Notifications
- User Email Notification Opt-Outs
Check it Out!
You can now try Mingle out by joining the Mingle Community! Come be my friend at:
Mingle still hasn’t been tested with every theme or browser in existence. However, it works exceptionally well on the Thesis WordPress Theme (aff link) and many others.
Many people have started using Mingle as the basis for their Membership Websites. I’ve been asked by several of them how to turn WordPress into a premium Membership Site — well, there’s a WordPress plugin for this called Wishlist Member (aff link) that is simply phenomenal. It does a fantastic job helping you to control and even charge money for access to your WordPress website.
I’m planning on putting together some tutorials on Mingle soon — but Robert Dempsy (@robertd62 on WPMingle) has created an awesome new introduction to getting started with Mingle:
An Introduction to Mingle