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Personal Chambers of E-Commerce made by cyber contacts and Social Networking

Updated on December 7, 2014

How Social Networking Changed Everything!

Smart Phones weren't Born yet

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The Day when it all changed

The day when families would lose touch with each other due to far to much communicative social powers online. Where friends whom were real to each other once upon a time, became fake communicators, overly promotional etc... and much of the reality we once lived slowly but sure faded into the distance.

"Mostly after 2008 when the Economy busted like a bubble too." Countless folks were doing everything they could to earn money online, and I mean everything!

Day one when they met

These folks had no incline at first to meet anyone other than play with their mouse clicks, aka do some web surfing. They were all alone and by their lonesome out here on the worldwide web. Actually this all began for each person long ago when the Internet first started up and was presented to the public at college, and when dial-up was first introduced to the homes of millions of potential customers. "Those were the golden years in Silicon Valley, and not a single website was Monetized yet, no Ad's floating around, just awesome intuitive ideas being spread worldwide."

That's when it all began before the first ever .com Bubble busted, or was blown into existence, but little did anyone know such a moment would arrive while shopping online, or web surfing their latest blog sites, or any other website type years later. "A few more years flew by like a blink of an eye, the Twin towers fell. 911 Emergency!"

Then came that famous day to mark in our calendars, but forgot maybe. A day that spawned the moment we all would meet folks in the billions (Maybe 500 to 1000 per persons profile on average), a day to know them digitally, virtually, but not truly know who's behind the computer screen. It was the very first day, people in the real world discovered what would someday be given the title of "Social Network".

A reality yet to be stepped on

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How they all secretly met up

A new age had dawned on these people, who actually were heavily armed with high IQ's, were very intelligent indeed, and didn't just go to some community college somewhere to maybe land a quick in and out 9-5 desk job career.

No, these individuals were the types that truly earned a world class education from places like Princeton University, Cornell, NYU, Columbia University, Duke University, Yale, Oxford, Manhattan College, George Town, Adelphi University, and the list goes on and on.

These folks would every now and then meet up online to communicate among each other in a cool network, which was build simply to help them reach out and touch each others hearts using words. Their level of communications however somehow made it possible to even meet up in person, just like how a telephone has the full capability of doing, and was used many years ago as one of the only ways to make such a thing occur.

Now of course there's always a mailbox at the front stoop of a persons doorstep, but that was much longer of a time, and then there was the pony express, and express air mail droppings by fly by pigeons, or other exotic birds.

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How the Internet ever became so "Cloudy" without rain

One day on a high volume of online communications among these fine individuals, something had occurred. The birth of the communicative interruption by mode of computer virus was born. This wasn't part of their plans, and what started as a computer hoax by some little kid trying to play a prank on those cool folks text chatting fourth and back, It magically became a long enough signal lag to hold up the conversations going on, and even shut down many of their computer hard drives.

That also was the time when chat room's were first born (peer to peer networks like AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo Messenger, and so many countless others), and when these peer to peer networks began to become overloaded with so many users the networking portals also known as Hubs, became clogged with far to many signals.

So something seriously needed to be done, and fast. Network engineers who coded these bad boys began scrabbling for answers, years had blown by and suddenly the pop up was born! what a silly thing that was. It causes most weak Internet servers to crash, and due to their hardware not being powerful enough to take the overload of all these gimmicky copies of falsely advertised files. This before the Going Viral! concept was ever introduced to what is known today as the social web.

The age of Trojans then came like a web traffic Tsunami. "Go Figure!" and what a name for something that appears cool to click, but has time bomb written all over it.

"The only answer to this epidemic of epic proportions was what is known as Cloud Computing." First realized by Steve Jobs, who was one of the First architect minds of this matrix machine world. Grid computing was also part of the new infrastructure to rid the Internet of overloading issues, that's when the term "Viral" got coined! and with social experiment after social experiment things began to spin out of control and into the hands of social marketeers like Mark Zuckerberg.

The reality that has come to pass, this is how we go virtual today!

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Social Networking Storm Brought Huge Earning Potential Online

It was confusing at first, far to many options to choose from for everyone connected to the online clouds (Wireless communications now had a new pathway to take). There was no understanding when the sign up's occurred just log on after log on. App's were born via smart phones to one day earn revenue for app designers, businesses that made the move onto the Cloud, and so much more prior to the social networking kingdom total take over.

This was the day when people finally found ways of getting around all them silly pop up ad's, and learned how to fight them viruses on their computers. That also was a time after the online clouds had began to emerge from the darkness of nonexistence and appeared to be the saviors of us all. Savior by way of allowing for a social network as spoke about earlier, to finally be born.

One of the first ever social experiment test specimens that was backed by the terabytes of online cloud storage was known as MySpace.

One thing the creator of such a powerful social community didn't know is that his actions, would spawn a monsoon of copycat look a likes, and function a likes gaming style arenas, and not just for the exploitation of some young kids who were looking to show off their stuff to one another, nope there was a huge storm brewing up, that eventually sprung fourth "The Facebook".

In fact that was the very first title of what is known today as Facebook. Who doesn't have one of those accounts today or multiples?

Personally... I have no clue, nor want to know, but I do know that they have grown and expanded to over a Billion users online, and makes the days of chit chatter chat rooms look like nothing, but tiny bees buzzing in a barrel the size of Manhattan.

Many began using one another as tokens aka virtual chess pieces to earn more and more socially shared web traffic views, converting to viral potentials to earn real money someday. This is where the social E-Commerce was born! "Powerful B.S." I tell ya!! but absolutely effective for the non-spammer types.


More Articles of this Nature of the more social tech kind coming soon folks stay posted!


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Author Bio:


Authored By: Mike Pugh aka CloudExplorer

- The Million Words Social Blogger

- Been writing on Hubpages since August 2011, currently writing for Bubblews, Blogspot, and Wordpress, Winner of 14 Hubpages Editor's Choice Awards

- Owner of FPC-Virtual on Youtube and on the Web, Since 2009 & 2011

- Community Organizer and Administrator of various networks online

- He's currently working on an Online Novel Known as Love and Humanity


© 2014 Mike Pugh

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    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      4 years ago from New York City

      @bravewarrior Yeah this online life has gotten truly hectic because there are far to many options out here, and not enough things that actually work well for us all. Thank you for caring to support my writing efforts. I will try to get another hub out next month or so of this nature or maybe in a differing topic to flavor things up a bit.

      I slowed down out here to pursue stuff elsewhere and its cool to get back to Hubpages and feel things out again. I feel like a Newbie all over :)

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      4 years ago from New York City

      @Ericdierker Hope you social networking thing goes smoothly, its all about balance for sure! thanks again for caring to comment, and for sharing in another of my hubs.

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      4 years ago from Central Florida

      I bought my first computer back in the days of Windows ME being the latest version. I got involved in an online MLM business called Quixtar, which was owned by the Amway people. I spent more money buying products from myself in order to gain points than I had outside sales. Once I figured that out, I gave it up.

      Man, that seems like a hundred years ago. Technology has gotten so much more fangdangled since then. It's mind boggling!

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      Eric Dierker 

      4 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Just a great hub. I am just starting to try my hand at social networking, for profit -- I think I will just keep writing and hire someone ;-)

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      4 years ago from New York City

      Hey Bill things are going fabulous on the video and writing career side for me, and my family is doing great. Thanks for showing you care!

      Hope all is well with you and yours bro!

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      Bill Holland 

      4 years ago from Olympia, WA

      I just dropped by to wish you well my friend. I've got to finish this editing so this book will finally happen. I hope all is well with you and your family and your writing/filming business. Keep the faith, brother!

      bill

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