04 Jul, 2011
Are there clusters of Social Networks?
Posted by: admin In: Internet Marketing
I was a college student & I remember when I started to join the social networking scene that is created an account of MySpace. After that, I was hooked and have actually participated in networking with fellow college students, frequently update the design and other features on my page. After a few years later, my university had acquired its network to a new kid on the block … Facebook. From 2011 we have uncountable social networks. With this premise, rather than Bing “Search Overload,” we had a “social networking overload”?
I know very well there are social networks created around central niches, such as LinkedIn (suitable for companies) and Meetup (suitable for event planning), but if you look list of famous social-networks. Aren’t ‘they all doing so for achievement of the same goal? Even the public begins to think there are too many social networks as well:
Although Facebook’s user base has grown in recent years, the popularity of MySpace has started to go southward. Last Wednesday, it was announced that Justin Timberlake (with specific media) bought MySpace to help gain its popularity once again. The giant Google also has plans for your project Google + recently announced a new wave of social networking. This means that a social network will be resurrected, while another social network joins the game.
To view the complete list of social networks, see our Directory of Social Networking category. There are more than you think social networks and one for almost every niche.
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