By Branislava Milosavljevic on 2015-08-20
We present you another great project we have been working on - TopMotors, the fastest growing motor enthusiast network and community, now redesigned and fully responsive, to help you get your daily dose of fun and fresh news from the industry.
Look no further, visit TopMotors. This is a place for petrol heads.
The idea behind the blog was to share interesting articles and videos in the automotive niche. With over 300,000 fans on Facebook, TopMotors is becoming a popular place for all motor enthusiasts to gather and share their passion.
“If you have a hobbie or a passion the only way to get your "fix" on Facebook for example is by liking pages and reading posts, but this isn't enough for most people. With a niche social network your content is geared around a specific idea or interest, so you know that when you use that website you will only see what you signed up for, and in our case that's everything cars”, says Nick.
To become a member, there is a simple two-step registration that takes seconds, but all the fun begins with the second one where you get to create a social identity for you own motor vehicle.
Once you set up your motor profile, you will receive comments and rating; as your rating goes up, you get to collect awards and points. If you reach a Top 20 rank, you will enter into a free competition to win prizes every month.
The network has a virtual league system that allows the members to compete democratically with other users or vehicles for the best motor vehicle position. The system automatically filters users’ motors into different categories, based on views, ratings and feedback.
Some of the leagues are User Location, Manufacturer, Motor Type, and Custom leagues and Private leagues, for motor clubs and organisations. Check out their Facebook page, that’s where the winners are announced.
Genuine motor enthusiasts are specific users, in both interests and online behaviour, that’s why the network offers free image hosting and unlimited storage for all your personal and motor profile images, and news and forum integration with social functionality.
We can expect more great content soon, as the members will be able to contribute to the website.
They will also run their own car shows in the UK soon, and have a classifieds area on the website for the public and professional businesses, so stay tuned.
So, Nick is currently driving a Volkswagen Mk4 Golf R32 in Moonlight Blue (one of only 57 currently in the UK), a 3.2 V6 producing around 250bhp.