Now all I need to do it figure out how to do this, delete Facebook, that is. It’s not like I use it anyway, it’s just that I had to hook up to it a while back in order to access some info. But those days are done with. No more Facebook.
What are Alternatives to Facebook?
There could be may reasons why you would look for social networking alternatives to Facebook. Perhaps you don’t like Facebook’s admittedly rather shocking privacy settings; maybe you think Facebook is too full of junk and has lost its original purpose, or perhaps you just like trying out the next big thing, and Facebook is no longer it.
Whatever your reasoning, we will look here at some alternatives, both the existing rivals to Facebook and the new kids on the block.
Facebook is kind of like prison. You spend all day staring at walls and getting poked by people you don’t know.
What is a Social Network?
Before we can look at alternative social networks, we need to understand exactly what a social network is. Dictionary.com defines a social network as:
a website where one connects with those sharing personal or professional interests…
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