Insidemex Launches English-language Social Network

The site offers  news and  information for English speakers who live in Mexico, visit Mexico, or want to move to or buy real estate in Mexico. It also has a multimedia channel with travel and lifestyle videos, and gives Latin America its first English language social network.

The backbone of the site is its 22 online communities. English speakers throughout Mexico, including those living in Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun/Rivera Maya, Lake Chapala, Los Cabos, Merida and other areas can join a community, post local events, message community members, and set up profile pages. There is even a community called “Outside Mexico” for Mexicophiles living anywhere in the world.
 

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