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A brief introduction to the various location-based social networking such as Foursquare.

A brief introduction to the various location-based social networking such as Foursquare.

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  • - During April of this year, 15-year-old Parker Liautaud and 44 year-old David Newman raced to be the first to check-in at the North Pole via Foursquare. Only one prevailed. Liautaud checked-in first and became the only person to unlock the Last Degree badge on Foursquare.
  • Zombie themed location-based Game Other players appear as zombies In New York City Available on Blackberry phones

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  • 1. Location-Based Social Networking
    • Location-based social networks are social networks that use GPS features to locate you and that let you broadcast your location and other content from your mobile device.
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    • Created in 2009 by Dennis Crowley and Naveen Selvadurai
    • As of December 2010, there are over 5 million registered users.
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    • NO GPS locator
    • Receive badges for doing stuff, with custom ones for businesses
    • Compete for mayorships for venues
    • Many businesses offer perks for mayors and frequent patrons
    • GPS locator
    • Receive pins for accomplishing stuff, and items you can drop/pick up
    • Top 10 list of users per venues
    • Perks offered during the holiday season
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  • 7. Check in to 5 different Starbucks locations Including the words “Red Cross” or “Blood donation” in your shout-outs Checking into over 10 different locations within a 12-hour period
  • 8. Special Badges Doug Wheeler unlocked the NASA Explorer Badge when he checked in from the International Space Station.
  • 9. Foursquare for Business
    • Businesses have started engaging their customers via social media
  • 10. Foodspotting
    • Visual guide to food recommendations
    • Take photos of food tried, then pin the photos to the location
  • 11. Mobile Dead
    • Zombie themed location-based Game
    • Other players appear as zombies
    • Available on Blackberry phones
  • 12. Issue of Privacy
    • Pleaserobme.com
    • Location-based social networking lets everyone know where you are.
    • Oversharing – SNS are more or less connected nowadays