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  • n. Plural form of social network.


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  • Even more strongly than in the case of church attendance, the evidence on the impact of religiously based social networks suggests that the link may well be causal.

    American Grace

  • "In some respects, I think this is the most viable business model that has come along for social networks, even better than advertising," Radoff said.

    FarmVille, other online social games mean big business, and bonding

  • Value is being created in users 'own walled gardens, which they will cultivate for themselves in real estate owned by the social networks.

    The Coming Ad Revolution

  • Mobile location based social networks, their comments and tips, could help populate those kind of search results for certain keywords or venues.


  • There are clearly many different reasons people use location based social networks.


  • Each of the social networks has it's own privacy mechanisms that allows Alice to share information publicly, or just with a certain set of friends.

    Identity in Practice

  • The rise of social networks offer unique marketing opportunities.

    Latest articles from DMNews

  • Van Natta arrives at a time when MySpace, once the undisputed champion of social networks, has lost its leadership position to Facebook.


  • Many people want to get in a bubble or comfort zone of a kind of fake reality with our mainstream media, superficial tv and music and it reflects in the women of America and social networks.

    Digital Point Forums

  • Put those three elements together -- social networks, live searching and link-sharing -- and you have a cocktail that poses what may amount to ...

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now


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