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Andres, Melissa
Bernadit, Liezel
Buenaventura, Cindy
Calacsan, Monique
Guevara, Janelle Faye
Matibag, Desiree
Ponciano, Ja...
Page
Introduction
Purpose of the Report 3
Scope of the Report 3
Method of Gathering 4
Information
Summary 5
Body 6
Definition of a Social Network 6
Definition of a Social 6
Networking Web Site
Social Networking Websites 6-7
Social...
PURPOSE
The purpose of this assignment is
to expose our fellow students to
emerging technologies and to
create an opportun...
SCOPE
The report you are about to read
contains information on a subject
that has helped many of the most
successful peopl...
METHOD OF GATHERING
INFORMATION
As a group, we do have
assigning each two members to
have the research work about our
chos...
In this formal report, we are
about to tackle the definition of a
social network wherein it is a social
structure made up ...
Definition of a Social Network
If someone were asked to give the
definition of a social network, he or she
would have a ha...
Definition of a Social Networking
Web Site
One of the primary contributions
to social networking is through the
internet. ...
Social Networking Websites
Presently, one of the most
popular social networking
communities on the web is
MySpace. Users c...
Social networking a worthy venture for
businesses
Should big businesses cash-in on
the social networking movement? It
woul...
Online social networking sites
are an integral part of many
people’s daily lives. Whether surfers
use these websites for b...
Future researchers may want to
consider the ways in which social
networking sites affect productivity
in the workplace. Sh...
SAMPLES OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
TOP 10 SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES
& FORUMS – JULY 2011
Alix, L. (2007, March 13). Social networking law
would be worthless. The Daily Campus, p. 1-2.
Retrieved March 17, 2007 fr...
Cashmore, P. (2006, November 1). Social
Networking Ads: $2 Billion by 2010. Retrieved
March 27, 2007, from
http://mashable...
eHarmony. (2007). Retrieved April 5, 2007, from
http://www.eharmony.com/servlet/about/eharmony
Gentile, G. (2006, December...
Lenhart, A. (2007). Social Networking Websites and
Teens: An Overview. Retrieved March 24, 2007 from,
http://www.pewintern...
Social Networking in Focus. (2006). Retrieved
March 23, 2007, from
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/09/08/fyi/mai
n1989...
THE END
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  • We plan to explore the topic of social-networking from a diverse and varied standpoint. Since we are each majoring in different areas, we’ll each bring unique perspectives and skills to the table. The report will cover social networking in general, and then move into a discussion of popular social networking sites, followed by areas of business which may be affected by these sites. Pratfalls of social networks will also be considered. We are
  • We plan to explore the topic of social-networking from a diverse and varied standpoint. Since we are each majoring in different areas, we’ll each bring unique perspectives and skills to the table. The report will cover social networking in general, and then move into a discussion of popular social networking sites, followed by areas of business which may be affected by these sites. Pratfalls of social networks will also be considered. We are
  • We plan to explore the topic of social-networking from a diverse and varied standpoint. Since we are each majoring in different areas, we’ll each bring unique perspectives and skills to the table. The report will cover social networking in general, and then move into a discussion of popular social networking sites, followed by areas of business which may be affected by these sites. Pratfalls of social networks will also be considered. We are
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    1. 1. Andres, Melissa Bernadit, Liezel Buenaventura, Cindy Calacsan, Monique Guevara, Janelle Faye Matibag, Desiree Ponciano, Jacob Rusdianto, Stephanie Students, Adamson University Mr. John Carlos S. Adversario Professor, Adamson University September 06, 2011
    2. 2. Page Introduction Purpose of the Report 3 Scope of the Report 3 Method of Gathering 4 Information Summary 5
    3. 3. Body 6 Definition of a Social Network 6 Definition of a Social 6 Networking Web Site Social Networking Websites 6-7 Social Networking a 7 worthy venture for businesses Conclusion 8 Recommendations 9 Appendices 10-11 Bibliography 12-13
    4. 4. PURPOSE The purpose of this assignment is to expose our fellow students to emerging technologies and to create an opportunity for students to utilize their professional written business communication skills.
    5. 5. SCOPE The report you are about to read contains information on a subject that has helped many of the most successful people in the world climb to the top of their fields, social networking. Today, it is more important than ever to have credible contacts with good ideas and knowledgeable information in the professional and social arenas of everyday life.
    6. 6. METHOD OF GATHERING INFORMATION As a group, we do have assigning each two members to have the research work about our chosen topic. The other two should analyze those researches. And, the four of us did the editing and the final formal meeting paper.
    7. 7. In this formal report, we are about to tackle the definition of a social network wherein it is a social structure made up of individuals (or organizations) called "nodes", which are tied (connected) by one or more specific types of interdependency such as friendship, kinship, common interest, financial exchange, dislike, sexual relationship.
    8. 8. Definition of a Social Network If someone were asked to give the definition of a social network, he or she would have a hard time doing so. The majority of people today contribute to a social network in some form. According to one source, “a social network is made up of individuals or organizations that are connected through various social contacts ranging from casual acquaintances to family members” (Dickerson, 2006).
    9. 9. Definition of a Social Networking Web Site One of the primary contributions to social networking is through the internet. “A social networking site is an online place where a user can create a profile and build a personal network that connects him or her to other users” (Lenhart, 2007).
    10. 10. Social Networking Websites Presently, one of the most popular social networking communities on the web is MySpace. Users can create a private profile with personal photos, journal entries; and a description of themselves, their interests, and music.
    11. 11. Social networking a worthy venture for businesses Should big businesses cash-in on the social networking movement? It would seem so. The advertising capabilities alone have already proven themselves to be profitable ventures. Some may even say that ads already litter these sites, causing them to be a bit cumbersome; but for businesses marketing their products and/or services, this is a good thing.
    12. 12. Online social networking sites are an integral part of many people’s daily lives. Whether surfers use these websites for business or pleasure, or for making new connections or salvaging old ones, they undoubtedly enjoy the ease with which they can do so.
    13. 13. Future researchers may want to consider the ways in which social networking sites affect productivity in the workplace. Should businesses ban or limit employees from visiting social networking sites while on the clock? Another concern is the extent to which employers should be permitted to monitor their workers’ personal sites.
    14. 14. SAMPLES OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
    15. 15. TOP 10 SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES & FORUMS – JULY 2011
    16. 16. Alix, L. (2007, March 13). Social networking law would be worthless. The Daily Campus, p. 1-2. Retrieved March 17, 2007 from http://media.www.dailycampus.com/media/storage/ paper340/news/2007/03/13/commentary/Social.Net working.Law.Would.Be.Worthless-2774018- page2.shtml Blakey, D. (2007, February 28). Major Banks Rush to enter the virtual social networking world. Bank Marketing International, 24.
    17. 17. Cashmore, P. (2006, November 1). Social Networking Ads: $2 Billion by 2010. Retrieved March 27, 2007, from http://mashable.com/2006/11/01/social-networking- ads-2-billion-by-2010/ Cites (2005). Social Networking. Retrieved March 24, 2007 from, http://www.cites.uiuc.edu/security/beyondbasics/soci alnetworking.html Dickerson, T. (2006). So What is a Social Network? Retrieved March 24, 2007 from, http://article.maxlinks.org/index.php?CatID=31&ArtI D=89221
    18. 18. eHarmony. (2007). Retrieved April 5, 2007, from http://www.eharmony.com/servlet/about/eharmony Gentile, G. (2006, December 26). ID theft growing concern for MySpace users. Associated Press Financial Wire, Retrieved March 14, 2007, from http://www.ap.org Gruber, F. (2006). Social Networks Battling the Portals. Retrieved April 4, 2007 from, http://www.somewhatfrank.com/yahoo/index.html Johnson, C. (2007, March 7). Space for everyone Social Networking websites, once purely teen territory, attract all ages. The Boston Globe, pp. A1.
    19. 19. Lenhart, A. (2007). Social Networking Websites and Teens: An Overview. Retrieved March 24, 2007 from, http://www.pewinternet.org/reportdisplay.asp?r=198 Lillebuen, S. (2007, January). Fake Dion profile taken off MySpace. Times Colonist, p. news. Retrieved on March 26, 2007 from Galileo database. LinkedIn. (2007). Retrieved April 5, 2007, from http://www.linkedin.com/static?key=company _info MySpace. (2007). Retrieved April 5, 2007, from http://www.MySpace.com/Modules/Common/P ages/AboutUs.aspx
    20. 20. Social Networking in Focus. (2006). Retrieved March 23, 2007, from http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/09/08/fyi/mai n1989139.shtml Venture Capital; Money Talks. (2007, January 11). New Media Age, 17-21. Whiting, R. (2007). Social Networking: Not Just For Teens Anymore. VAR Business, 23 (4), 17-19 Woodward, S. (2007, January 5). Share, and compare, your finances Web site of the week. The Oregonian, pp. D01.
    21. 21. THE END THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
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