Social Networking Site

14603 Words Mar 31st, 2012 59 Pages
sCHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction- Social Networking Sites
Few years back, usage of social networking sites became popular around the world. Social networking sites are also known as social networking website. Social networking sites (SNSs) are increasingly attracting the attention of academic and industry researchers’ fascinated by their affordances and reach. Social networking sites are web-base service that building an online community of people that share same interest, or activities and explore others people interest. Social network sites (SNSs) such as FACEBOOK, TWITTER, MYSPACE, CYWORLD, and BEBO have attracted millions of users, many of whom have integrated these sites into their practices.
As of this writing, there
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Now, seems like all the population moved to FACEBOOK and MySpace now became less and less visitors.
Twitter should be probably being at number two on this list. They average 628,759,806 inbound links and weigh in with 23,000,000 monthly visitors, but their social impact is bigger than their numbers. With fewer monthly visitors that MySpace, they’re relegated to third. Twitter is the “it boy” in social networking now, with some people leaving Facebook (way too gauche) for the more refined twitter. The cool part about twitter is the ease with which you can find your favorite celebs and sports figures to follow. Unlike Facebook (just trying “friend” with one of your favorite musicians in Facebook) you can easily read stars and smart people’s updates. Twitter could easily take over the number one spot on this list as more and more people join.

1.2 Social Networking Sites in Malaysia In Malaysia, there is no doubt that more and more working peoples are spending more and more of their time socializing and networking online. This due to availability of mobile devices, services at an affordable price and also the availability of online facilities. Technology has played an integral part of our daily lives. The fact that technology is becoming more readily available at a lower cost has given more options and alternatives for us to conduct

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