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New Spokeo Theme, I Choose You

by Eric • August 27, 2007

Product Highlights & Updates

You may have noticed that Spokeo went down for some upgrading.  Wonder what that upgrade is?  Read on!

If you’ve been using Spokeo for a while now, you may have become familiar with our black/red theme.  But, have you ever wondered what browsing Spokeo under different color theme would look like?  Now, you no longer have to wonder, because your dream has become reality.

If you check out Spokeo now, we have since replaced the default black/red theme with a blue one.  But, that’s not all.  Not only have we changed themes, but we’ve also made even more!  If you’re a registered user, go to your Accounts page and select the "Themes" option, as shown here:

Here, you can select themes to your heart’s content.   Feeling nostalgic?  Return to the old theme!  Want something new?  Try some of our other themes!  Check back periodically, as we will continually be adding new themes for you to enjoy.

Another feature we’ve added are some helpful hints to guide you through the Spokeo interface.  Click the "Help" option in the upper right corner of the site to bring up the hints.

We hope this will help you understand how to use aspects of Spokeo that you may not have known about.  We hope the little bit of downtime is outweighed by the benefits the new features bring.

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5 Responses to New Spokeo Theme, I Choose You

  1. Elroy Jetson says: Aug 28th, 2007

    I really like the new theme. Makes new posts really stand out.

  2. Get $5 to use Spokeo says: Aug 28th, 2007

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