MySpace For Millionaires?

You won't find your ultra-high-net-worth clients trolling MySpace for dirt on their neighbors, or petitioning plebs to buy their private jets on Facebook. No, the wealthy want the same exclusivity online as they do at the country club. And so, not surprisingly, a few social-networking sites have sprouted to cater exclusively to the rich. So far, there's asmallworld.net, by invitation only, and Diamond

You won't find your ultra-high-net-worth clients trolling MySpace for dirt on their neighbors, or petitioning plebs to buy their private jets on Facebook. No, the wealthy want the same exclusivity online as they do at the country club. And so, not surprisingly, a few social-networking sites have sprouted to cater exclusively to the rich. So far, there's asmallworld.net, by invitation only, and Diamond Lounge, which offers tips on important things like where to find caviar servers and horn spoons.

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