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Social Networks 1

  • Date Submitted: 10/20/2011 04:34 PM
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In a borderless culture, networking has cultural mobility. Social networking guarantees communication, interaction, and social exchange of ideas, beliefs, and opinions without leaving your home. It becomes a remedy from loneliness and boredom. Social networking websites are numerous. You may be surprised at their huge number of users. The giants are Window Live Spaces (120 million registered users), hi 5 (80 million users, and Tagged.com (70 million users). These are global networking websites that provide Internet users with a great variety of Internet services. The other popular websites are Reunion.com (51 million users), Net log (42 million users), Bebo (40 million users), LinkedIn (35 million users), Odnokashniki (30 million users), Sky Rock (22 million users), Imeem (21 million users), Mixi (20 million users), Black Planet (20 million users), Live. Journal (18 million users), Xiaonei (15 million users), Plaxo (15 million users), and Bado (13 million users) (Wikipedia, referenced information). You might have already chosen one of these popular websites. 

However, small social networking websites may be not less interesting to you. I will inform you of Broadcaster.com, which is a live webcam social network. I will rely on this website's materials. Broadcaster.com provides its users with a wide range of services, including Broadcaster News created by Becky Bain, Seth Goldsmith, Andy Ryz, and Michael Miller. The daily show's hostess is Amy Paffrath who features the latest gossip, red carpet events, music news, and the like. The site's users may exchange their opinions in chat groups, create personal profiles, post pictures, and have a feeling of belonging that they need so much. Broadcaster is an entertainment community of about one hundred thousand users, ten percent of whom are logged in. Broadcaster filters out all the crap on YouTube and helps creators find their audience. Broadcaster views itself as the next generation community site that would outdo...

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