@ning-to-jamroom, 11 months ago The support we received as we set up our site (both individually and
through the JR support forum) helped make it a smooth transition when we
moved from Ning to Jamroom. We are thrilled with how our site looks and
@paul, last year Not a Jamroom site in its own right, but a Guffr.it profile which has its own URL, made possible by using the Jamroom 'Custom Domains' module - https://www.jamroom.net/the-jamroom-network/networkmarket/195/profile-domains
(Also see http://guffrits.com - another profile with its own domain)
@paul, last year Motagator, Jamroom's oldest site, has been re-branded as Guffr.It (Nottingham (UK) speak for 'Go For It' )
It utilises all of Jamroom's social networking features including live walls and dynamic players, and was quickly and easily created using 'Site Builder', Jamroom's drag'n'drop website...
@ning-to-jamroom, 2 years ago My site for players of the Appalachian Dulcimer (a traditional American musical instrument) was started on Ning in 2009. Over six years my site grew in members numbers and scope, yet Ning did not grow along with it, and in fact had intentionally turned its back on its customers. Even their...
@ning-to-jamroom, 2 years ago I have been working closely with Jamroom over the last few weeks to move my site, PaintMyPhoto, from Ning to Jamroom. It has been a huge task, with 26,000 members and 100,000+ high resolution images to move. We elected to use Jamroom's hosting service (which is working very well for us).