What makes social networking sites so popular

Released on: February 20, 2008, 9:45 pm

Press Release Author: Maggie tran

Industry: Internet & Online

Press Release Summary: It is the new hang out, the new mall, the latest trend for
computer junkies. Or is it that you can interact with friends, chat, share stories,
music, and movies.

Press Release Body: Geocites was the forerunner and ahead of its time but it wasn't
until the groups with common interests began to converge that they started taking
off. MySpace and Facebook were probably the forerunners who began changing how we
gather socially on the internet. Studies have shown that while some of these sites
are very popular such with over 70 million subscribers, People tend to move on and
join other groups as their interests change or mature. So the key to long term
success will depend on the ability to retain their member's interests. New sites
such as site595.com are seeking to do just that. Their approach to entering the
market is to be a full service networking site
that will eventually combine the features of sites who allow the sharing of stories,
images, music, and video with those sites specifically set up as Chat rooms, and
content management. Site595.com is scheduled to launch at the end of this month and
will feature a free trial period. Following this period a monthly fee of $5.95 will
be charged. You won't need a credit card to sign up but will require one after your
initial trial period. Social networking sites
such as Site595 are here to stay. The idea of forming Internet societies are now
ingrained in our culture. We started by using the internet for research, then
communicating, shopping and now interacting and meeting new people. Our social
network of friends and family has gone cyber and not going to disappear any time
soon - check out site595.com.

Web Site: http://www.sharpsourcing.com

Contact Details: 301 E.Verdugo Ave, Suite 207, Burbank, CA 91502

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