What make Facebook a cut above the rest, of all the other social network site?
It is the social networking site of the year. A couple of years ago it was myspace. Now it is morphing into twitter. You can post pictures, comment on pages, view information about people, get friends from around the world, etc. It's the possibilities.
i think because in most cases it's more personal. twitter in general, is an insult to the human mind but facebook is like reliving your past. old friends, pics from years ago etc.
I think Facebook is at the top (at least for now) because it has so many different aspects of it. There is the social aspect through connecting with friends; there is the gaming aspect with all of their games; there is also the marketing aspect, too, though, that is drawing in many people who are not so interested in social networking. Many companies are using facebook to connect to consumers and are using it to give away coupons and free products. The diversity of options available through Facebook are what really sets it apart from any competitors.
They just came around at the right time and made it easy for people to share photos and expressions in a fairly secure way. Catch up with old friends as well!
Because, it is very simple to use, simple to share, simple to chat, simple to find a friends, etc, etc, and the main reason for what I'm using facebook that all my friends are in.
Easy. It's intuitive and it has the capability to tie all other forms of communication together seamlessly. Not even MySpace was very good at that. Being able to hop from device to device, while still talking to the same audience, is worth it's weight in gold.
You can stay in touch with your friends all over the world, see there pictures as they put it on. It is just easy to use, part of my life.
Interesting Question. Facebook has grown beyond what anyone, even Mark Zuckerberg, ever thought it was going to be I'm assuming just because of it's elegant setup, allowing people to see where their friends are going, pictures of them, relationship status, and I think since it had such an explosive following that now people hear facebook and feel obligated to make one just because everyone else has one.
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