Monkeyplate.com is a clever website that lets car and bike fans connect in the real world and share online, with the innovative use of customised stickers displayed on users’ rides. An online first, monkeyplate.com has already been dubbed ‘Facebook for cars’ by a rapidly-growing audience of petrolheads, with photo and video albums, messaging, chat, news and blogs all available now – and a host of other features in the pipeline.
The monkeyplate concept is simple. Anyone can sign up to the website for free, and create an online profile stuffed full of whatever photos, videos and other information they want to share. Users then put a customised monkeyplate sticker on their ride. This tells the world outside how to find their profile online simply by entering the unique username from the sticker on the monkeyplate website.
And now the same monkeyplate goodness is available to users around the world.
In addition to its primary role as a device for real-world sharing and self-promotion, the monkeyplate website now offers a range of social functions for users online, including online chat and monkeyplateLIVE - a unique live feed from users worldwide.
Users can also open their profiles to the public so anyone can look them up online – whether it’s on the motorway, at an event or on pit lane.
Monkeyplate.com was founded in January 2011 by motoring journalist Christian Thomas. “We wanted to make a direct link between enthusiasts, their rides and the internet. With monkeyplate, the machine becomes a mobile billboard for whatever the user wants to show online. News, event pictures, blogs, track day videos… anything. It works 24/7, all year, anywhere.”
Whether you are a petrolhead, grease monkey or just a social animal, monkeyplate.com is now the way to tell the human race how to find you online, anytime, anywhere in the world.
Available for PC, Mac, tablet and mobile.
- monkeyplate is a registered trademark of Monkeyplates Ltd in the United Kingdom and other countries. Monkeyplates Ltd is a UK registered company.
- monkeyplate.com is registered with the ICO and is fully compliant with the Data Protection Act 1998.
- monkeyplate.com only gathers personal information required for the functionality of the website and associated services, and adopts a policy of freezing users’ personal information – refusing to trade or sell personal data to any third party for commercial gain.
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