I find social engine a bit of a pain and very slow to load on my site.
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I’m working as a consultant for an established internet company based in New York and we are researching for the best solution to convert an existing website – which I can not expose - in a Community with a Web Directory.
At this moment we are trying to decide between Social Engine and PHPFox, but also considering other solution.
Our website has a huge traffic, and we are concern about some Social Engine reviews that we saw online: several bugs, bad support and (the most important) very slow speed when we have more than 50/100 users online.
Since during the day for us it’s usual to have +/- 3.000 users online, we would like to have your honest opinion on your Social Engine and PHPFox experience, and which platform should we use.
Thanks in advance
I've used phpfox and not reliable. Horror stories are posted and indexed on google. Both options are not custom and you need to develop a custom solution for your community!
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I like both of them, though I only tried phpfox. It is a nice script but I have issues when upgrading so I decided to outsource the platform and changed my community using NING!
It is up and running for the pass three years.
Send me email if you want to see my community.
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Why not use a Wordpress based solution? It's customizable and can handle large sites.