Since launching in November of last year, the primary goal of GearPop was to feature the world's best technology products — all made possible by a truly awesome community. While this idea has panned out quite well over the past year, I feel it's time to expand GearPop into something much larger. For this to happen, I decided to go back to the drawing board and rethink what could be done to engage the community even further.
Today, I am honored to unveil the launch of GearPop 3.0. Completely redesigned from the ground up, this is the largest version of GearPop yet. With the introduction of a beautiful new layout and stronger focus on community, I think you'll really like what you see. Allow me to walk you through everything that is new.
Probably the most important part of the all-new GearPop is the community blog. GearPop Blog is a great platform for authors from around the world to express their thoughts on anything relating to technology. This can range from opinionated posts to product reviews, and so much more.
If you are interested in writing for GearPop Blog, click here to apply. Every writer has the option of including an author profile in their posts, which in turn can result in some nice brand exposure and development. Whether you're an experienced writer or simply starting out in the world of blogging, you are free to apply!
For those who have been following my work for a while, then you likely remember the days of TekSocial Gallery. Well, I am happy to say that those days are making a comeback. GearPop Gallery is a collection of your computer setups and high-resolution wallpapers for a variety of devices.
As of this writing, there are six galleries to participate in — with more on the way as the community develops. Click here to upload to any of the galleries now!
This is something you should already be familiar with. However, the relaunch of GearPop makes it even easier to find the best products you are looking for. Recommended Products is a one-page directory of products recommended by you, the community. The directory is constantly growing with new items, made possible by the usual Submit Product to GearPop form.
And so much more...
Seriously, the all-new GearPop is massive compared to its previous versions. There are already quite a few blog posts to read, as well as numerous photos of computer setups to look through. I encourage you to explore the site and just have fun.
If you would like to extend the GearPop experience beyond its domain, then be sure to follow its several social accounts. This includes Twitter, Facebook and now Instagram. And as always, please contact me with any questions or feedback you have regarding the website.