Here's an interesting new phenomenon. I would consider this site to be a "Spam Social networking site"
It looks like one, smells like one, but all the links just take you to yet another page of non-content:
Obviously, I spend too much time on the internet
Interesting. It seems to be a fancy paid search engine. If you drill down on the links deep enough you eventually get to a sponsored search page.
It's weird. I got fed up before I got to any content, but it comes up as one of the top results for "Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe Interior" which was extremely annoying
by antony7mba6 years ago
Hi, can anyone tell me how to add more frinends in the social networking sites.
by alertswiftreview6 years ago
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by beinghappy4ever6 years ago
Hey guys,I've never believed the power of social networking before. But just before a day i tried it out and I've got nearly 1300 visits to one of my hub followed by 400+ the next day and now its nearly 220 today....
by Pooja Sharma5 years ago
Are you promoting your site through social networking sites? If yes then what you feel it works?
by J Sunhawk6 years ago
When signing up for reddit, digg, snipsley, etc., etc., is it better to create a new user name or is it okay to use your Hubpage user name? I ask because if you leave a comment in a social network site with a link...
by monicapeterson0017 years ago
Have you encountered Koobface? It's a virus that targets the social networking sites specially Facebook and Myspace. Once your computer is infected, there will be a pop-up that prevent you from using your computer. You...
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