DVD Puck strives to build sharing networks anywhere users want to share their items. What sets us apart is that you can build your own sharing network through our site. Many so-called ‘social network sharing sites’ allow anyone who has joined to view your items. With DVD Puck, this is not necessarily the case. Let’s run through a few examples of how DVD Puck works.

With DVD Puck, you are able to join sharing networks at any dorm across the United States. Currently, we are targeting the UIC and St. Olaf residence halls. We will use this experience as a gauge to how we will promote our business to other dorms across the nation. Any college student who wants to create their own DVD sharing network is allowed to do so. Sharing networks can be private or public. If a dorm network is created and the user opts for private, only users who invite other users can join the network. On the other hand, if the user wants the network to be public, anyone can search for that network and request access to that network from the network creator.

If you live in a large apartment complex, you are able to create an apartment sharing network with DVD Puck. Doing so allows you to swap films on a leisurely Sunday afternoon when you want to see a film that you want access to right away.

DVD Puck also allows you to create film sharing networks at your work location. This type of network most likely will be private and accessible only to users at your work location. This is a perfect way to share on a regular basis.

If you’d like to learn more about DVD Puck, please visit us at www.dvdpuck.com!