Getting Social

January 2014
IDEX Magazine;Jan2014, Issue 285, p106
The article offers information on several online social networks include Facebook, Google+, and Twitter. It states that the Internet users need to register and create personal profile before using Facebook. It says that Google+ is a social networking and identity service operated by Internet search company Google. It also mentions the popularity of Twitter among mobile web users who have smartphones and tablet computers.


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