The World’s Top Five Social Media Networks In 2015 Will Be On User Demand
Social networking websites to connect to their users than others, making friends, sharing ideas and information and provides many more options. Each new social network website to increase its number of users provides new facilities. Bellow are the top five social networking websites in the world as ranked on user demand.
Facebook was developed in early 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg, a sophomore at Harvard University. The name for Facebook, which he first introduced as the facebook.com, came from the publication handed out to new students at the start of the academic year to help them get to know each other and make new friends.
2- Google Plus:
Google Plus is the second-largest social networking site in the world. In Oct 2013 it had 540 million active users and about 500 million registered users. Google Plus popularity day by day graph is going up. And perhaps the day is not far when it will be called the world’s number one social network.
LinkedIn was founded in May 2003 by Reid Hoffman as a social networking site for professionals. Today It has more than 300 million registered users in over 200 countries worldwide.
Twitter started in 2006 when a group of board members at the podcasting company Odeo gathered with Mexican take-out in a children’s park. The team involved included Jack Dorsey, who, over his burrito, came up with the idea of developing a texting or Short Message Service (SMS)-like system for communication between small groups of people.
YouTube was founded by three former PayPal employees in 2005 and has never looked back! Based in San Bruno, California, it primarily showcases user-generated video content online, with registered users being able to upload an unlimited number of videos. YouTube was purchased by Google Inc. in 2006 for $1.6 billion, and the company now operates as a subsidiary of Google.