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  • 1. S OCIAL N ETWORKING
  • 2. SOCIAL NETWORK ? A Social network is a social structure made of nodes (which are generally individuals or organizations) that are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as values, visions, ideas, financial exchange, friendship, sexual relationships, kinship, dislike, conflict or trade. - Wikipedia *Not to be confused with social network services. Kanika Aastha Kavish Social Network Rahul Neha Aarti
  • 3. You Rest of the World Friends SOCIAL NETWORKING Family members Corporate world Colleagues
  • 4. WHY TO USE SOCIAL NETWORKING ?            Socializing Make friends Create groups, communities. Sharing information – files, music, video, pictures Create blogs Time utility Lower cost ( via – internet, mobile phone GPRS etc) Builds credibility. Matchmaking. Business Discussions. Take advices. Advertising at a cheap cost.
  • 5. SOME POPULAR SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES       2002 – ORKUT 2003 – MYSPACE 2004 – FACEBOOK 2005 – YOUTUBE 2006 – TWITTER 2011 – GOOGLE+
  • 6. YouTube was founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim, who were all early employees of PayPal.  The domain name "YouTube.com" was activated on February 15, 2005,and the website was developed over the subsequent months.  Now Google purchases YouTube for $1.65 billion 
  • 7. HOME PAGE OF YOUTUBE
  • 8. Google+ is a social networking and identity service, operated by Google Inc.  The service launched on June 28, 2011 in an inviteonly "field testing" phase.  On July 14, 2011, Google announced that Google+ had reached 10 million users just two weeks after it was launched in a "limited" trial phase. 
  • 9. HOME PAGE OF Google+
  • 10. The origins of Facebook have been in dispute since the very week a 19-year-old Mark Zuckerberg launched the site as a Harvard sophomore on February 4, 2004.  Now the site has become one of the biggest web sites in the world, visited by 500 million people a month. 
  • 11. HOME PAGE OF FACEBOOK
  • 12. AREAS OF BUSINESS THAT USE SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES ADVERTISING: Businesses are now tapping into the online world to advertise their products and services  Social networking websites post ads for their members which reach a greater number of people and can be seen as a form of mass media  Some examples of successful websites include Amazon.com, Ebay, and BestBuy.com.
  • 13. ADVERTISING ON THESE WEBSITES
  • 14. TYPES OF SOCIAL NETWORKS Goal: Socializing Goal: carrier and business opprtunities Goal: matchmaking, soulmate Goal: getting back in touch Online Communities Business Networks Online Matchmaking Alumini Networks Facebook Linked in Shaadi.com Facebook Orkut Viadeo Adult Friend Finder.com Classmates.c om Hi5 XING Bharatmatrim ony.com Orkut Myspace.com (a place for frds)
  • 15. GROWTH OF SOCIAL NETWORKING USERS
  • 16. GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF SOCIAL NETWORK USERS
  • 17. DISADVANTAGES          Time wastage Terrorism Misuse of personal information Misuse of data Creation of Communities and groups for wrong purposes Spamming Virus Misleading and misguiding people Social transformation(-ve)
  • 18. CONCLUSION  Part of almost everyone’s life.  Every thing is this world has some +ve & -ve’s.  Teenagers are the one’s you use these sites the most.  These sites are useful to users, owners and third party.  Huge platform for data & information sharing  Growing increasingly.  Scope for improvement (weak regulatory role)
  • 19. Made by:Divam

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