What is the newest and greatest social media/social network site out there these days in your opinion?
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Fair point. I won't be spending my time there to see what my old high school friends are up to. But, to network with folks I don't already know? Yeah, I'm at Google plus for that. Hangout sessions with likeminded folks? Yes, please! I've connected with so many people there and I don't have to deal with seeing them post memes or political snark or "Like this if you hate Cancer" or anything like that.I HATE Google plus. Are you kidding me? It's the ugly stepchild of the social networking scene that is mostly used by webmasters who promote their websites or businesses. To me that's not a good place to spend your time as a regular visitor.
You know, I don't think it really was meant to compete with Facebook. To me, they have separate goals. But, you get out of it what you put in.You know it was created by Google to compete with Facebook, but what really makes me hate it is that Google forces it on you from EVERYWHERE including adsense, search, gmail etc.
I find it funny that you say that. It made huge waves to begin with and then has drastically dropped off since then. I think the only way people will know it 'more' later is because Google is integrating it all together and making almost everyone have an account. That doesn't mean they'll know what to do with them, though, or even know that they have an account.I'd say Google Plus, it isn't THAT well know atm, but I'm sure it will be in the future.
I totally agree with this. Pinterest is a great way to market your content. I use it to promote the articles I write all the time .I think the "newest" that still counts as "great" is Pinterest. It's not in direct competition with the general social network trio: Google Plus, Facebook, and Twitter. It's huge for the female demographic, though, and people spend hours there every day, so it's potentially great for traffic.
I did contact them, they basically gave me a non-answer (in other words they wouldn't remove them manually). They just said that the platform doesn't currently support removing people yet.I've never even heard of Pheed.
Can you not contact the owners and get your account deleted or something to remove the connection?