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SOCIAL

NETWORK

Muhammad Izzuan Bin Roslan D20101038656
Mastura Binti Aziz D20101038657
Mohd Fazri Bin Ghani@Abu Hanifah D20101038659
Nur Adina Binti Yusuff D20101038658

people social links and variety of services  It is web based and provide means for users to interact over the internet  It is not like online community  Allow share ideas.. .activities…….  Represent of each user. What is Social Networks ???  Building and reflecting of social network or social relation among people who share intersts and activities.

LISTSERV  Many prototypical of social network were also made in online servise  World Wide Web is one of early social networking  Start in the form of generalized online communities .ARPANET. History  Efforts to support social networks via computer- mediated communication were mae in many early online servise  Example:Usenet.

.com(1995)  Some communities took a different approach by simply having people link to each other via email address  In the late 1990s. For example:Theglobe.user profiles became a central feature of social networking.com(1994) Geocities (1994) Tripod.

new social netwoking methods has been developed  example: Friendster(2002) Myspace and Linkedin (2003) Bebo(2004) . By the end of 1990s.

social networking is a way to people of some similar interests connect. How it works ??  Basically.  The beauty is that this happens when people you may not know find you (and your business) because of some connection they have with someone you both know.  Social networking is happening all the time. .

 Returning phone calls. .  Hand out a business card – you’re social networking.  If you share another blogger’s post with your blog readers…you’re social networking. responding to email. even writing on forums – all of this – and more – fall under social networking. building relationships with other bloggers. if you tell a friend about a service or product you like – you’re social networking. contacting your blog commenters. Examples :-  Well.

MyBlogLog and Facebook.  Each can get you linked to friends and colleagues -who link to people – creating your network. One great way is to utilize social networking communities such as Friendster. .

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• Social networking has opened up a new way to communicate. or people in other companies in an industry. You can use corporate social networking to form relationships with other people from your company. Get references and build a reputation using corporate social networking tools. . so while your child's posts may not be essential today. Work Connections. One form of social networking that's growing in popularity is corporate social networking. It's a great way to get yourself known and network in your field or industry. your child is still learning skills that could be very valuable tomorrow. 1.

Get Feedback. social networking is such a regularly used medium that it's easy to stay in touch with people even when they move away. . You can use social networking to get feedback on ideas immediately. You can also ask questions and receive answers in near-real-time.Normally. Keeping in Touch. but busy lives make it difficult to maintain contact. 2. Social networking provides a great way for you to stay in touch with people who may have moved away. or to ask questions and get answers quickly. people try to stay in touch with friends via phone calls and the occasional letter or e-mail. 3. if your contacts know the answer or if you're a student in touch with teachers.

Talking to Other Students. and be more tolerant of other people's opinions.4. o This exposure also can help you to learn to look at things from different angles. or when they're considering a college or new school. o Social networking helps you learn about diversity and get exposure to multiple points of view. Share Multiple Points of View. .  Check with student organizations to see if they have a particular social networking tool. or type the school into your favorite social networking Web site and see what you find. things that go a long way in the working world. 5.  Social networking tools can be a great way for students to get in touch with other students in the same school.

6. . Stay in Touch Anywhere.  People can use mobile social networking tools to stay in touch with friends. and make plans on the fly.  Mobile social networking tools are also great if you've got a long train or subway commute and want to stay in touch with friends and find out what they're doing.

location. c) Time Consuming  If this is not your kind of thing. you still may never know. That should be reasonable enough for anyone. and identity theft to an absolute minimum. As long as people can know who you exactly are. but there are those people who don't see the point. While many sites apply certain measures to keep any of these cases of harassment. and many other types of information that you may not want to let others know. For them. then some can find ways to do you in. but no one can be certain at any given time. cyber-stalking. age. whether you are just doing it for kicks or clicking around for business purposes. that it would just be a waste of time for you. online scams. . b) Scams and Harassment  There is a potential for failure of security in both personal and business context. it can be a disadvantage. Most people would say be careful. gender. The key to social networking is that it is supposed to be fun.DISADVANTAGES OF SOCIAL NETWORK a) Lack of Anonymity  You are putting out information about your name.

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