Social Networks

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Definition

Social Networks are free websites where registered members of the public gather to form social groups and interest groups. Members interact with each other to share opinions and insights, photos and videos. The tools in this category are Social Networks, also called Social Media Networks.

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About.me is a social networking platform for individuals or businesses. About.me profiles are concise one-page overviews that collect and present a brief bio, URLs for LinkedIn, Twitter and any other social web sites, personal sites, blogs and more. ...
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Alignable is the social network for local businesses to generate trusted referrals. Business owners have the opportunity to connect, message, co-promote, and generate new business through word-of-mouth marketing.
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By ASKfm
ASKfm is a global social Q&A network with over 215 million users. Through the natural exchange of questions and answers, ASKfm aims to be a safe, fun and engaging place for learning more about yourself and exploring the social world around you.
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BeamMeTo is a next-generation social networking platform leveraging the Summit IMS SDK and GSMA Rich Communication Services (RCS) protocols. BeamMeTo members, or "Beamers," share real-time photos and video streams, including immersive 360-degree vir...
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BuzzShow is a reward-based video social network ecosystem that rewards its users with BuzzShow blockchain-based utility Tokens for creating, curating, sharing & viewing videos. BuzzShow is a decentralized ledger-based platform providing users with fu...
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Discourse is the 100% open source discussion platform built for the next decade of the Internet.
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Facebook is a social network used by individuals to share information and opinions in the form of photos, videos, text, and articles with a specific group of contacts (friends). Brands and marketers leverage Facebook to acquire and engage customers a...
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FaceCast is a global social app which combines creative short videos, live-streaming, and one-on-one random video chats. FaceCast is being used by users in more than 150 countries around the world.
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By Wikia
Fandom is an entertainment fan site where superfans come together to celebrate their passion for pop culture, entertainment, games and more.
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Foursquare is a popular online community tool that uses geolocation on smart phones to allow users to search and discover places of interest in their surrounding area as they're out and about, from restaurants to hardware stores to theatres and every...
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