White-label social network platform Ning has announced its latest scheme, Ning Everywhere. One of the main elements is helping its customers – who include a range of big music artists – to launch mobile apps. Ning is working with partners like Mobile Roadie and Double Dutch on the scheme, which has already resulted in Ning-powered apps for Linkin Park and Soulja Boy. Meanwhile, Ning CEO Jason Rosenthal says that since ditching its free tier, Ning has increased its number of paying customers from 15,000 to 70,000, and is now signing up 8,000 new customers a month. “The world has just really woken to the fact that companies need more than a single Twitter account. They need a serious, custom-branded social destination, and that’s what we do.”

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