Facebook alternatives ?? Yes, Facebook is not the ultimate and only free social networking website on the net. There are a number of free social networks which are cool sites like Facebook and offer equivalent social networking features for free. So if you are fed up with Facebook privacy hassles and Facebook ads, then dive in to find out your alternative for Facebook from this ultimate list of Facebook like websites.
This list of Facebook alternatives has been arranged in four parts (each part covering maximum 10 Facebook alternative social networking sites) to keep the post well organized. Each website is accompanied by excerpt from that website itself . Here we go..
Excerpt from Altly.com “We are building an Alternative to Facebook. It is an ambitious undertaking with lots to do, and hard problems to solve”
2. Google Plus
Excerpt from Google+ “The Google+ project aims to make sharing on the web more like sharing in real life. Take a look at Circles, Sparks and Hangouts, just a few of the things that we have been working on.”
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Excerpt from Fuzzyorb.com “Yep, it’s like other social networking sites except its more private!In other words, a friend of a friend of a friend of a 2nd cousin thrice removed won’t see your pictures just because you ‘liked’ what one of your friends said last Tuesday.You have complete control of who sees the topics you start.you can post new topics that only certain groups of friends (that you create) can see”
Excerpt from Skyrock.com “We at the Skyrock Team are committed to creating the perfect online space for you. We want to give you a voice by publishing what’s going on in your life, whether it be late-night fun with friends, speculation on the latest trends at school, or collecting your favourite music videos for the world to see.”
Excerpt from PageCoop.com
“Unlimited number of groups and group members.
EASY: Share pictures, videos, messages, comments and more.
PRIVATE: Only the group members of a particular group see what happens in that group.
RESPECTFUL: You control your information and communications. We also don’t share or sell any of your personal information”
Excerpt from Multiply.com “Multiply is a vibrant Social Shopping destination that feels like a visit with friends to the Shopping mall, but faster and more convenient.The Multiply Marketplace™, one of the world’s largest online shopping malls, connects merchants with shoppers interested in all kinds of products and services, from clothing and jewelry to electronics and appliances.”
Excerpt from Nexopia.com “With over 1.2 million members, and hundreds of new accounts created every day, Nexopia is quickly solidifying its reputation as the online place for teens to connect and express themselves“
Excerpt from Folkdirect.com “Folkdirect is a secure social site with walls, groups, chat, blogs, online gaming and robust privacy controls that you control. Your details will not be used for advertising and there are no 3rd party apps phishing your data. Join and use for free now!”
Excerpt from OnlyMeWorld.com “OnlyMeWorld is a social networking service and website. Give our member(s) the means through our services, to express themselves uniquely, and be matched with other like minded networkers, in hopes that bridges of opportunity and understanding will be formed, creating global equality“
Excerpt from Enukee.com “Enukee is a new kind of social network. We strive to offer you all the social outlets all in one place. We are ever evolving to make our services the best on the web. Here at Enukee, we believe your privacy is priority number one. We have taken all the extra steps to keep your information safe as you use our services. All of us here at Enukee welcome you to our community!”
To be continued…
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