Social Network
Introduction to Social Networking
A social networking service is an
online service, platform, or site that
focuses on faci...
Introduction to Social
Networking Sites
Social networking site is the phrase used to
describe any Web site that enables us...
Categories Of Social Networking
• Educational Networks :
• Online Communities:
• Business Networks:
• Online Books:
• Onli...
Origin of social sites
 Social network sites (SNSs) such as such as Fraudster, Cy
World, and MySpace allow individuals to...
Social Network Analysis
We measure Social Network in terms of:
1. Degree Centrality: The number of direct connections
a no...
Types of social networkers
• Alpha Socializes – (a minority) people who
used sites in intense short bursts to flirt ,
meet...
Types of social networkers
Faithful – (many) people who typically used
social networking sites to rekindle old
friendships...
Some of the popular websites for social
networking details
Name Purpose Est.. Date Users
Badoo General, Meet new
people & ...
Communications can also fill in the social graph
profile
Advantages
Facilitates open communication, leading
to enhanced information discovery and
delivery.
Allows employees to d...
ADVANTAGES
 Expands market research, implements
marketing campaigns, delivers
communications and directs interested
peopl...
DISADVANTAGE
All social networking sites are time-
consuming.
Some teachers find SNs too daunting to
tackle.
SNs can be...
DISADVANTAGE
 Students become obsessed in finding their
teachers on FB and intrude in teachers’
private lives.
 Privacy ...
Privacy
concerns
 Social networking sites provide privacy options but
users are generally unaware or tend to ignore such
...
Future use of social network
 Our friends will be there where ever we need them.
 Universal identity and sign-in will be...
Safety Issues
 Facebook does not have parental controls but My Space does have
parental controls
 MySpace requires membe...
Steps to Safety
 Keep personal information private
 Use a nickname that doesn’t identify
location, gender, age
 Only ad...
More Steps
 Never meet with someone you only
know online
 Don’t post information, photos, videos
you may later regret
 ...
What make social network viable
1. Common Purpose Participants: Need to Network
and Collaborate with Others in their Field...
Good Bye
Thank You
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  1. 1. Social Network
  2. 2. Introduction to Social Networking A social networking service is an online service, platform, or site that focuses on facilitating the building of social networks or social relations among people. A social network service consists of a representation of each user, his/her social links, and a variety of additional services.
  3. 3. Introduction to Social Networking Sites Social networking site is the phrase used to describe any Web site that enables users to create public profiles within that Web site and form relationships with other users of the same Web site who access their profile. Social networking sites can be used to describe community-based Web sites, online discussions forums, chat rooms and other social spaces online.
  4. 4. Categories Of Social Networking • Educational Networks : • Online Communities: • Business Networks: • Online Books: • Online Videos: • Online Music Download : • Online Shopping:
  5. 5. Origin of social sites  Social network sites (SNSs) such as such as Fraudster, Cy World, and MySpace allow individuals to present themselves, articulate their social networks, and establish or maintain connections with others.  These sites can be oriented towards work-related contexts (e.g., LinkedIn.com), romantic relationship initiation (the original goal of Friendster.com), connecting those with shared interests such as music or politics (e.g., MySpace.com), or the college student population (the original incarnation of Facebook.com).
  6. 6. Social Network Analysis We measure Social Network in terms of: 1. Degree Centrality: The number of direct connections a node has. What really matters is where those connections lead to and how they connect the otherwise unconnected. 2. Betweenness Centrality: A node with high betweenness has great influence over what flows in the network indicating important links and single point of failure. 3. Closeness CentralityThe degree an individual is near all other individuals in a network (directly or indirectly). It reflects the ability to access information through the network .
  7. 7. Types of social networkers • Alpha Socializes – (a minority) people who used sites in intense short bursts to flirt , meet new people, and be entertained. • Attention Seekers – (some) people who craved attention and comments from others ,often by posting photos and customizing their profiles. • Followers – (many) people who joined sites to keep up with what their peers were doing.
  8. 8. Types of social networkers Faithful – (many) people who typically used social networking sites to rekindle old friendships, often from school or university. • Functional – (a minority) people who tended to be single-minded in using sites for a particular purpose. Source: Of com Social Networking Sites research, September-October 2007
  9. 9. Some of the popular websites for social networking details Name Purpose Est.. Date Users Badoo General, Meet new people & dating, 2006 159,000,000 Bebo General July 2005 117,000,000 Facebook General February 2004 908,000,000+ Flickr Photo sharing, February 2004 32,000,000 Google+ General 28 June 2011 400,000,000 Hi5 General 2003 80,000,000 Ibibio Talent based social networking 3,500,000 Myspace General August 2003 30,000,000+ Tagged General TeachStreet Education / Learning / Twitter General 15 July 2006 500,000,000
  10. 10. Communications can also fill in the social graph profile
  11. 11. Advantages Facilitates open communication, leading to enhanced information discovery and delivery. Allows employees to discuss ideas, post news, ask questions and share links. Provides an opportunity to widen business contacts. Targets a wide audience, making it a useful and effective recruitment tool.
  12. 12. ADVANTAGES  Expands market research, implements marketing campaigns, delivers communications and directs interested people to specific web sites.  Improves business reputation and client base with minimal use of advertising
  13. 13. DISADVANTAGE All social networking sites are time- consuming. Some teachers find SNs too daunting to tackle. SNs can become addictive. They can take over your life, leaving little time for family and friends. Knowing when to stop is crucial – try to switch off! Replication of themes from one SN to another is annoying.
  14. 14. DISADVANTAGE  Students become obsessed in finding their teachers on FB and intrude in teachers’ private lives.  Privacy issues with FB AND Twitter – do not accept people you don’t know or protected accounts on Twitter.  Tweet deck often has technical problems
  15. 15. Privacy concerns  Social networking sites provide privacy options but users are generally unaware or tend to ignore such concerns  Stalkers, terrorists, ill-doers, con-artists could benefit from such issues  Recent scandals-England :MI-6’s director’s wife puts up photos of family on facebook.  Facebook’s controversial decision to make visible relationship actions to entire social group
  16. 16. Future use of social network  Our friends will be there where ever we need them.  Universal identity and sign-in will be there  Social media content appears in other channels  The Perfect (Data) Storm feeds rich profiles  Social graphs and interests  Explicit friends  Culture of sharing  Content creation, tagging, and life streaming  Behavior  Location, browsing and search history, purchases, interests  Basic communications  Email, IM, SMS, Twitter  Tracks who you email the most (Gmail had already started)  Identifies who is closest to you – your “network neighbor”
  17. 17. Safety Issues  Facebook does not have parental controls but My Space does have parental controls  MySpace requires members to be at least 14 years of age to join their site.  Facebook requires members to be at least 13 years of age to join their site.  MySpace uses IP addresses to manage their website, track member usage and market the user information to their third party advertisers.  Facebook’s advertisers download marketing trackers or “web beacons” to your computer to identify where their ads are most effective.  Personal information collected by MySpace is openly shared among users so that they may communicate with each other. MySpace clearly expresses in their policy that you are sharing your information at risk.  All private information given to Facebook is not sold or shared with third party advertisers or marketers.
  18. 18. Steps to Safety  Keep personal information private  Use a nickname that doesn’t identify location, gender, age  Only add friends you know in real life  Alter pictures to remove identities  Share profile and photos only with friends  Ignore harassing or rude comments  Never post sexually provocative photos
  19. 19. More Steps  Never meet with someone you only know online  Don’t post information, photos, videos you may later regret  Use privacy settings to limit access  Online choices have offline consequences  Once posted it is online, somewhere, forever
  20. 20. What make social network viable 1. Common Purpose Participants: Need to Network and Collaborate with Others in their Field 2. Critical Mass of Users: Networks are more Viable when there are a Lot of Participants 3. Networks Need Leaders 4. Networks Need Data: Networks Should Leverage User-Generated Data that Fuels the Context of the Conversation 5. No Participant Spamming 6. Networks Need Simplicity
  21. 21. Good Bye Thank You
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