Ahhh, those Facebook games. At times, getting numerous invites can be as annoying as being hooked on the game; however…
Seven-hundred and fifty million strong, Facebook has been the king of social networking sites since its rise in the late 2000’s.
“It’s just like being victimized all over again.”- Previously kidnapped, Lisa Gesik talking about inmates having access to social networking sites while in jail.
Have you noticed that all social features being most praised on Google’s new G+ are all social features to help us be, well, less social? Or at least more selectively social.
Start-up social networks of any sort easily fall prey to a huge hurdle. Without a strong, active userbase, all the clever design and clear UI in the world can’t make a social product a success. If a user posts a question, shares a photo, or interacts with the product in whatever way the designers intended, and he doesn’t make a social connection, there’s no network.