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Social networks and the Web 2.0
The world has adapted to the era of nitizens. It is not surprising that even early teens will be busy doing what could be thought to be a preserve for adults – social networking. There have been several social networking sites such as the Hi5, Orkut, and Myspace, but the common one are Facebook, Twitter and Google+. The development of social networking is still at infancy where all the social networking sites are competing to attract as many users as possible. Twitter and Facebook have set the pace as the emerging potential contenders, but Google plus is also a potential challenger. Social Networks And The Web 2.0.
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