Why Social Networking is So Big

When the Internet first came out email was huge. It still is to this day. It gives people away to communicate back and forth at the click of a button, and you don’t even have to be a computer expert to do it. However times are changing, and so is the Internet and how people are communicating with one another.

Now you see all these so called “Social Networking” sites popping up all over the place around the world such as myspace, hi5, facebook etc. These social networking sites are growing by thousands daily. So why is there so much excitement over these websites, and why are people just rushing to join them?

Well social networking is becoming the next generation of how people communicate online today. It takes your ability to talk and speak with people to a whole new level. Most of your typical networking sites will allow you to create and online profile about yourself, where you’ll be able to upload photos, videos, music, and just about anything else you want to add to it.

You can make your profile standout, and customize it to fit your style. With millions joining these sites daily you can quickly meet and make new friends from all sides of the world, and easily communicate back and forth.

Experts all over are saying that networking sites are growing at rates of 84% per year, and that number is only suppose to grow as time continues on. So how can you take advantaged of this new worldwide social network explosion?

You’ll probably notice that some people have turned their personal profile pages into billboards, and have some advertisements on them. You too can do the same, however you will not want to do it in such away you make people feel as if all you are doing is trying to get them to join something.

When using your profile page to advertise just be yourself, and tell people what it is you do, and what you like about it. If they are that interested that will find away to contact you. Now if you try to over due it, and hit them with to many sales pitches on your page you will only cause them to stop viewing your page, which is not a good thing.

Think if you went to someone’s myspace page, and all you saw was ads all over the place, and you couldn’t understand anything. Would you want to stay on that person’s page? More then likely you’re not going to stay on it very long. So think about that when you setup your page.