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Other language social networks

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This is a quick (and rough) overview of some social networks which are not targeting the English speaking world.

This is a quick (and rough) overview of some social networks which are not targeting the English speaking world.

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    • 1. 4 billion people
      …don’tunderstandenglish…For themFacebook is a closedbook and twitter is just noise…
    • 2. China - RENREN
      2
      Reported in February 2011 as having 160 million registeredusers.
      In April 2011, statedtheyhad 31 million activemonthlyusers.
      • The Chinese version ofFacebook
      • 3. Non Chineseuniversities do have a presencethere
      • 4. Cantakeseveralweeksto get approvaltohave a page
    • China-SINA WEIBO
      3
      In August, reported as having 200 million users (morethanTwitter)
      • The Chinese version ofTwitter
      • 5. Moreemphasis on less seriouscontentthanTwitter
    • RUSSIA - Vkontakte
      4
      In Februaryreported an approximate 135 million accounts
      • Russian version ofFacebook
    • INDIA and Brazil - ORKUt
      5
      In July, hadapproximately 66 million users
      • Most usersare in Brazil, followed by India

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