Top 10 Social Networking Sites
Top 10 Social Networking Sites
Social networking has become part of our daily life. Today, people can not let their day go without checking social networks at least once. Here, we have the list of Top 10 Social Networking Sites. Enjoy reading and stay updated.
Facebook is unsurprisingly the biggest social networking site with the largest user base. According to reports, Facebook is considered to be a home of advertising for almost more than 1 million small or medium sized businesses. It is guesstimated that bigger organizations are disbursing as much as $100 million for advertising on Facebook every year.
This social networking site is admired for propagating the word via tweets. Twitter has transfigured social media. Around almost 81 percent of Twitter’s marketing revenue comes from mobile and total $200,000 of a cost estimated for a 24-hour promoted trend on it. Its interface is really simple to learn and operate, and a new profile only takes minutes to set up.
If you’re trying to find a fast, convenient relation between the camera feature on your smartphone and all your social networking profiles, then this social networking site is really the way to go. Instagram helps users to share via Facebook, Twitter and its own website. You can choose from a variety of photo filtering options and invite friends to comment on your photos.
This site enables to create professional networks and engagement with other LinkedIn users. This is the biggest professional network being used for this purpose. Currently, it is having more than 332 million users and speculatively, it adds two new members every second, which is very attractive to advertisers.
Quora is a result of a group of amazingly skillful peoples all working together to share and spread the world’s knowledge. It is basically a question-and-answer website where users can ask questions and they can answer the questions as well. The users will also be able to edit the answers.
Google+ has almost more than 300 million active users every month and is utilized for relationship marketing. Google+ has over a 53 percent constructive interaction among its users and brands. It allows you to add new content, include hashtags for highlighting the topics, and even discrete contacts into circles.
Pinterest has forged a major footprint on social networking in the last couple of years, offering the services as an extensive virtual idea and inspiration board. Majorly admired by women and the do-it-yourself mass, it allows you to share pictures, creative thoughts and many more. Pinterest has more than 70 million users.
This social network is basically for image and video hosting. Flickr is having more than 3.5 million images uploaded per day by users and provides huge online photo storage. It allows users to share photos with other active users who share their interests. It also offers to share through other social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Tumblr.
Tumblr is basically a micro-blogging platform, which is different from many others in that it essentially hosts micro-blogs for its users. Individual professionals and businesses can also fill their blogs with multimedia (like short video clips and images). The rapid-paced behavior of Tumblr makes it ideal for GIF’s, memes and other forms of fun or viral content.
The name Weibo symbolizes microblog in China, and although Sina Weibo altered its name to Weibo, it has rivals such as Tencent Weibo which also come in microblogging category. It has a 140-character limit just like Twitter. However, you will be able to put images, emoticons, music and videos in posts, similarly as in Facebook, and also other users can post their comment on your posts, again, just like in Facebook.
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