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I have avoided it for as long as possible, but with my defences fully depleted, I have conceded and created myself a Facebook profile. After my previous article about MySpace some months back my readership have encouraged me to give Facebook a try but despite my hopes it was just a passing fad and that it would be possible to keep my social networking activity down to just MySpace.
Social networking is the current 21st century buzzword as it allows computer users to keep in constant contact with friends and family both quickly and easily. It works by getting you to create an online profile of yourself and from here you can then search for people that you know. Once located you request that they add you as a friend and then when approved you can then view their profile and just as importantly, their friends. The ability to see friends who are already added to their profile results in a pond ripple effect as you’ll often find others that you know in this fashion and before long you have a huge group of socially intertwined people all communicating together.
Naively I hoped that things would remain simple and that the established and popular MySpace would continue to reign supreme to avoid my having to set up another profile and search for my friends again from scratch. I assumed that with such a relatively simple concept that there wouldn’t be any real difference between the two but remarkably, there is. I’m now one of the converted and this week I’ll be giving you reason to follow me:
Whilst MySpace does offer the user a larger degree of customisation due to the fact that HTML code can be used to create a truly individual page unfortunately this is also its undoing. If everybody in the world was a natural web developer with programming skills then web design companys would be pretty short of work however luckily for them, this isn’t the case. MySpace pages are extremely inconsistent and often poorly designed; for the record choosing to put black italic text on a dark purple background makes for extremely hard reading.
Because Facebook doesn’t allow this degree of customisation, pages are always black text on a white background – the way they should be. Facebook does allow a large amount of non visual customisation by allowing users to add and share small applications which can enhance your profile page and these range from the genuinely useful to the completely pointless.
I am sympathetic to the fact that people need to make money, however, MySpace appears to have turned in to one great big advert just recently. With Facebook there is one advert which is always in the same place and as such it doesn’t affect the user experience or make you feel constantly targeted.
Unfortunately MySpace appears to now be a breeding ground for spammers; practically every day a random scantily clad woman requested to be my friend. Whilst I would sarcastically say this kind of behaviour is normal in my life when I’m around the opposite sex, these women were all blatantly advertising sites of an adult nature and so I was forced to reject them all. Since Facebook doesn’t allow users to add friends in bulk you don’t tend to suffer this problem and the focus appears to be more on connecting to, and staying in contact with genuine friends rather than simply winning an online popularity contest. Facebook keeps you up to date with anything that your friends have added or updated whereas MySpace relies on you laboriously checking each and every one of your friends profiles individually in order to stay up to date.
I haven’t been able to go over all of the reasons for switching to Facebook, so please sign up for free at www.facebook.com to see what is on offer. I still like MySpace as a social networking site but unless they make some serious changes and fast I imagine many others will be converting in the coming months.
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Smart Marketers wanted to take advantage of the fact that people wanted to share a feeling of community by socializing, exchanging ideas, swapping stories and learning about what’s good and what’s not by financially exploiting the Social Marketing World. But they hit a brick wall that was too high to climb. Social Networking is about interacting with people not selling to one another and most Social Networking Websites look down on any type of promotion.
What this created was a gold mine of opportunity just waiting for you to scoop up some profits with an armed guard waiting to shoot you if you try. This situation was pretty hopeless until Niche Socializer came on board. What this is in laymens terms is special software you install on your own server that will allow you to launch your own Social Networking Website like Facebook or MySpace. Your average person could not afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars of programming it would cost to launch a website like this.
Niche Socializer was developed out of frustration by serious Social Marketers looking to cash in on their fair share of the Social Media Frenzy. Since they kept hitting brick walls, they decided to develop the software themselves that would allow the average people to go into a niche and capitalize on the power of Social Media, since with your own copy of Niche Socializer you make all the rules in your niche now. No virtual armed guards waiting to pull your account if you make a commercial post.
What makes Niche Socializer the perfection solution to the Social Networking problem is it allows you to ride the Social Networking Wave without using someone else’s Surfboard. You can create your own Social Media Website to target any niche you choose. One of these websites has everything a thriving Social Media Community craves. You’ll have a site where people will swarm to your front door to get in, and once they’re in, they’ll want to stay forever at their new virtual home you control. That’s the concept and the power behind what this software does.
With Niche Socializer you don’t have to worry about moderators who won’t post what you want. No more asking permission to promote a product. No more jumping through hoops to see who sees what offer and how often. No more paying for little side ads just for a scrap of the profits. This software is the Social Networking Platform you need to allow you to get your fair share of the Social Media Profits out there.
A price for Niche Socializer hasn’t been released as of the time of this writing, however it will be within a week or so and by the time you actually read this there will be a price. I have no idea how much it will be, I wasn’t even clued in to a ballpark price. Over 300 people posted on their website and no one else was clued in. It will be interesting to find out. I do know that as of now, 3 Beta Testers they had try out the software all made multi thousands of dollars per month within a few short months.
I think the key to using Niche Socializer properly if you decide to get it isn’t just to randomly go into any Niche Market. The key is to start a Social Media Website using Niche Socializer in a niche you know a lot about and are also passionate about. They do have great training videos that not only teach you how to get the Website up properly, which they say takes less than an hour, but how to effectively market this website within your chosen niche as well.
Social Networking Software to Make Facebook Clone
Mulling on the importance of social software? There are two essential reasons supporting it. The first one is that prior to be a seller or buyer of services and goods, an enterprise is first a participating member of an intricate network of market. In it, there are stakeholder relationships that have a huge influence over the long term success than its products and services. The second reason is that management institutions are not the center point of the universe where the employees revolve. While managerial best practices govern the employees work, the informal social associations that pervade a workforce has a huge impact over an organization’s future success than its managerial practices.
It is essential therefore to understand the important role that relationships and informal networks have on organizational success, if one wants to have a clear understanding of the social software. Social software is mostly considered as a complimentary component for being able to deliver applications that stimulate higher levels of contributions from the stakeholders that might have been disenfranchised by outmoded human capital management strategy.
Keeping all these concerns in mind, companies specializing in enterprise collaboration software have come up with innovative social software solutions that is a suite of sensible social applications set up especially to cater to a dynamic organization environment. The rich people profiles that these software applications have make it easy to connect with and discover people. At the same time, it has a team-based format that enables people to stay connected with multiple groups, expert communities and interest groups. It has been a proven fact that social software applications are helpful in discovering essential discussions, documents and resources needed to do a job.
Furthermore, social software applications come with mobile applications that are accessible through majority of tablets and mobile phones, such as BlackBerry, Android, iPhone, Windows and many others. It allows people to get across to essential documents and discussions and be in touch with their groups.
Perhaps, the simplest but most effective, and often used tool in such enterprise social software is enterprise microblogging. It helps users to put together any important piece of data, whether it is informal or formal.
And the interconnectedness of people with people, and people with information makes such applications truly useful. For instance, it should be possible to link brainstorming discussions (ideation) to the appropriate projects (execution), gather continuous feedback through comments, polls and link back important work-in-progress documents to the core work area – be it a project or a discussion. Capabilities such as smart tags and search make it possible to mine all this data anytime.
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