Most Famous Social Networking Websites

Most Famous Social Networking Websites

Article by Varun

There are very famous social networking services present for public use in the current modern age. Social Networking has become a very prominent part of our cultural, emotional and physical being. It is ‘the stuff’ which has lead to addiction disorders for many while better personality development for others. By definition a social network is an online service, platform, or site that focuses on building and reflecting of social relations or social relations among people, e.g., who share interests and/or activities. “Social networking is in its infancy and I’m guessing it will become as widespread as email,” Richard Kimb, a very famous character had once said. Going by the present growth scenario of these websites, he might have made the right assumptions. Many social networking websites are available nowadays, but the most famous ones are given here in this list.

1. Facebook- Facebook has more than 60 million active users worldwide, with their numbers doubling every six months. Such is the impact of this number one social networking website on the internet. Facebook had a humble beginning as a platform meant only for college students, which later on grew to encompass anyone above the age of 13 years of age. It has updated people from a simple e-mail service and has integrated email, chat, photo tags along with a whole set of new features on a single platform. Quite recently a very famous film somewhat fictional too was based on the history of Facebook and its creation. The movie was named ‘Social Network’ and it rocked the charts at the box office as the website did in the virtual world. Facebbok is truly a global networking website.2. Myspace- This site is a mammoth, boasting one of the largest memberships of any other similar site on the Internet with more than 130 members in its list. Myspace in very popular in U.S. as compared to other parts of the world.3. Twitter- It is a free social networking service that allows users to send any message or update via SMS (limit is around 140 characters), instant messaging, email, Twitter website, or an application such as Twitterrific. The site has become very popular in only a few months since its creation. A lot of people are watching it and enjoying it. A very new way of being in touch with others.4. Orkut- Orkut is named after its creator, a Google employee Orkut B

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