Community in Communities

Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Thursday 31 March 2011 3:56 am

Connections is the entire reason people got into social networking. With that said, some people use social networking profiles for online reputation management services. To me, that is the usefulness of Communities.com.

Communities.com is an international online community where people from all over the world (185 countries) meet, chat, flirt and interact every day. There are loads of things to do and it’s free to join!

The site allows you to set up profiles for free, integrate your profile into your larger social networking existence, and customize that profile as you see fit. Best of all, Communities.com is what you want it to be. What I mean by that is that it is not inherently invasive, though certainly if you would like it to mirror the personal-ness of a site like Facebook.

Communities.com is a great website for those looking for other social networking options.

Tagged, You’re It

Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Thursday 10 March 2011 5:30 am

There are many social networks around these days, including Twitter, Myspace, and Facebook–to name just a few of the most popular. So, whats the most popular social network you’ve never heard of? It might be Tagged–a social network with 30 million estimated monthly unique visitors. This means it’s less popular than Ning or LinkedIn, but still extremely popular.

Tagged is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and has over 100 million registered members. Founded in 2004, the company now has forty employees. The site is very popular amongst older age brackets and has a high rate of overlap with Facebook membership, according to studies by Tagged itself.

Internet reputation management is not an easy thing, but it can be made more easy by controlling social networking profiles more exactly.