ExperienceProject.com: Social Networking Through Personal Encounters

If you haven’t MySpaced, Facebooked, or Twittered enough, there’s always the opportunity to connect with others through experience. ExperienceProject.com is a social network that focuses on experiences and confessions of users. Boasting and promoting anonymity, Experience Project allows users to share and connect through what they have encountered. These experiences and/or confessions can be somewhat detailed and private, so you must enter and use the site with this in mind.

Like any other social networking site, Experience Project allows members to be as open or anonymous as they like. As a member, you will have most of the typical aspects of a social networking account, including a blog, a place for your stories, your circle (fans or gurus connected to you), recommendations, and mail. You can easily connect with other users by looking for groups that share similar interests. You can even find support groups ranging from members battling depression to a book club. There are also experience categories to help you fine-tune your research. They include pets, jobs, hobbies, health, politics, and religious beliefs. These categories also have forums for members to chat.

The site hosts a Story section, which allows members to post stories about their experiences. Stories are similar to blogs where they can be about literally anything – from personal experiences to opinions to poetry. Stories are posted to be read and anyone can comment on them. They are grouped from most popular to most commented on to most recent and everything in between and they can be about anything. This is where the experience part of the site comes in. You are encouraged to share your story at a place where you can meet others like you.

Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of the site is the Confessions section. As the name indicates, members confess to things they have done – anonymously. Confessions range from the light-hearted to the very serious. Members can comment on confessions and rate them. As you might guess, the list of confessions is long and can gobble up time if you decide to stop and read a few.

The site has an interesting search feature called snoop, which allows members to see what is being searched for on the site. Just like https://instaprivateviewer.com, it allows people to go beyond traditional use of social media like Instagram. Entries bring up everything from erotica to domestic violence – like the site itself, you never know what you’ll find when you log on. The site claims it does not advertise to anyone under the age of 16 and this should not be overlooked. The site is interesting in its appeal, but the very nature of its appeal calls for a mature audience.

Experience Project is for those that like living vicariously through others. If you like peeking into the lives of others and maybe even revealing parts of your own life anonymously, this might be the social network for you.


Adrian O'Connor is a passionate business writing coach and a creative copywriter. He is out there to make Business classes more interesting for all the students out there.