A social network service concentrates on building and reflecting of social networks or social relations among people who share interests or activities. Most social network services are web based and provide means for users to interact over the internet such as e-mail and instant messaging. Although online community services are sometimes considered as a social network service, social network service usually means an individual-centered service while online community services are group-centered. Social networking sites let users share ideas, activities, events, and interests within their individual networks. Below is the rest of the list of top social networking websites except for Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter:
Based at Beverly Hills, California, USA, where it shares an office building with its immediate owner, Fox Interactive Media (owned by News Corporation), MySpace was once led as the world’s most popular social networking website.
Friendly working environment in MySpace’s office
Luxurious entertainment zone for staff in MySpace
The hall of MySpace headquarters
Admitted by Yahoo in March 2005 for an unveiled fee, Flickr is regarded as one of the world’s largest and most popular image and video hosting website with more than 3.6 billion images. Flick’s headquarters is currently located at 470 Sansome Street, San Francisco, USA.
The symbol of Flickr
Working office of Flickr
The entertainment section of Flickr’s office
LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking site set up in December 2002 and launched in May 2003 and is mainly used for professional networking. In July 2009, it had over 43 million registered users, expanding 170 industries. Its headquarters is a really cool office situated at Mountain View, CA, USA.
LinkedIn’s engineers can relax by reading books or chatting with each other in the spare time
LinkedIn’s working office is designed and decorated in the most convenient and convenient way
Cafeteria of LinkedIn’s headquarters for staff
Logo of LinkedIn
Choosing facebook against other social networking sites
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Social Media Marketing 101 – “Presentation.” Part III #RealEstateRobotArmy
#RealEstateRobotArmy – Social Media Marketing 101 – “Presentation.” Part III I was asked to be the social media marketing contributor to a closed Facebook group of over 33,000 members – so I provide daily live videos talking about the subject matter. Please keep in mind this is a live stream directly into a secret Facebook group. Special Side Note: When I was invited to do this, it was the first time I was called an “Influencer.”
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David Friedman is a friend who likes to talk about how social networks and social interactions can support innovation. The challenges are dual. One, how do we get the right talent together? Two, how do we get these talented individuals interact in the right ways?
Crowd-sourcing lets individuals generate ideas, but better innovation can come from the interaction of people with a diverse set of skills and interests. How can such a group of strangers, be assembled, and how can it function well together and be productive in a minimal amount of time?
The quality of results in collaboration problem-solving is a function of two variables: the diversity of input and the quality of the interactions among the people. Suppose we could bring together many diverse people and use outstanding group problem-solving methods. Presumably, they would get better results than a relatively small group that works well together — such as a good team — or a diverse set of individuals who do not work together.
Here are some examples of collaborations that bring together larger groups than teams and also use methods that allow individuals to work together
(1) Innocentive. This well-known platform for solving problems works when individuals who think they have the answer to a problem can submit and be paid if their answer is selected. Most of these problems are solved by an individual who sees fairly quickly that he or she has some knowledge that can be applied to the problem. Not much teamwork is at work.
A friend of mine, David Friedman, talks about Innocentive Chinese style, which is a reference to groups of participants in China collaborating to decide upon which problems to attack. The variety of problems they attack comes from the stream of Innocentive problems.
In Good to Great, Collins and Porras write about getting the right people on the bus and then determining the appropriate strategy. By taking advantage of the stream of Innocentive problems, the Chinese groups have gathered the right talent and can also look for the problems that this particular assemblage is best positioned to solve. The laws of probability suggest that his method will yield greater fruits than what individual Innocentive participants can do.
The popular Netflix Prize challenge produced ever larger groups of collaborators as it neared its end. As the teams grew, they were able to use traditional, novel, and collaborative problem-solving techniques from larger groups that in some ways were unique to the problem. They mathematically combined algorithms (their solutions to the problem) to get better results.
Open Space methods bring people with a stake in the problem together and then let them work together on what they believe are the important elements. They yield results that cannot be easily predicted but are very powerful.
Polymath was a high-level mathematical collaboration that yielded outstanding results through open collaboration of many individuals. Conducted on a blog and guided by a set of rules that encouraged participants to share ideas that were not complete but upon which others could build (or refute), Polymath promised to yield optimal ways to structure their interactions.
Managing Your Social Media Marketplace
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Facebook and Instagram DOWN Social media users despair as two major sites knocked offline
Facebook and Instagram DOWN: Social media users despair as two major sites knocked offline. Facebook and Instagram, two of the largest social networks in the world, have both been knocked offline, in what appears to be a major outage. Both services started experiencing issues at around 16:00 BST, according to independent website DownDetector, which tracks major network outages. Users in the South of England and East Coast of America appear to be the worst affected, although problems were also reported elsewhere in Europe and the United States.
Jane Hart & Cathy Hoy -10 ways to use your Enterprise Social Network…- LT16 conference
Collaborative learning Most of us collaborate at work every day and learn from colleagues on-the-job. But throw some technology into the mix and the picture can blur and processes become over complicated. The key is incorporating the learning into peoples workflow. Easier said than done perhaps, which is why Jane Hart and Cathy Hoy will be on hand to share tips on how to make it happen in practice. Chair: Jo Cook, L&D Specialist, Lightbulb Moment 10 ways to use your Enterprise Social Network for social learning Jane Hart, Workplace Learning & Collaboration Advisor, Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies Many organisations have now adopted an Enterprise Social Network (ESN) to underpin collaborative working in the organisation. The ESN offers both a place for teams and groups to learn collaboratively at work and an opportunity for L&D to integrate their own initiatives in the same platform. In doing so, they can now play a more significant part in inspiring, supporting and embedding social learning in the organisation. The 10 ways you can use your ESN for social learning The connection between social learning and social collaboration The differences between social learning design and social learning enablement What new skills are required to enable and support social learning? Working with line managers to build a social collaboration culture Enterprise social networking in practice Cathy Hoy, Senior L&D Manager, Europe, Coca-Cola Enterprises Social networking is a mainstay activity for many of us in our personal lives. But harnessing the same enthusiasm and adoption within organisations has proved challenging, with many ghost town scenarios haunting the corridors of the enterprise. Cathy Hoy shares her experience of using an enterprise social network to great effect within L&D. Cohorts meet in person and online, supporting each other through their learning journeys and the wider innate knowledge of staff is captured and shared across the business. Different platforms and their suitability for the enterprise Initial and ongoing engagement Social networks forming part of the learning journey Performance support and cohort continuity Promoting a culture of learning http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk
What Is The Social Networking Sites?
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LEGO Life: The Safe Social Network for Kids
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