The "halal" version of Facebook launched by Pakistanis last month after a ban was imposed on the social networking website for featuring blasphemous caricatures is going strong with 333,000 users having signed up at the last count. Millatfacebook.com, or "MFB" for short, was launched by six tech-savvy Pakistanis following a furore over the caricatures of Prophet Mohammed on Facebook.
To get in touch with others, we simply signup to any one or multiple social networking sites like Facebook.com, Bigadda.com or Twitter.com. Infact the process of signup is so simple now that just by providing an email address and name we can be a member of any professional or personal networking website.....Here it comes a big question : How many people ever tried to delete their account from these social networking website ?
With World Cup Football frenzy gripping online users, micro-blogging site Twitter has warned of possible outages due to heavy traffic during the event. Twitter has been grappling with many site problems in the past week, resulting in outages and poor performance.
Recently Twitter had disclosed its revenue generation model to the investors who were reportedly loosing confidence in revenue generation capability of twitter. Moving further on the same road-map, Thursday, Twitter announced about acquisition of Smallthought Systems, a data company that it has worked with in the past.
People with Web-browsing phones are spending a lot more of their minutes accessing social networks these days, according to a new study from ComScore.The study, released Wednesday, pegs social networking as the fastest growing activity among people with smartphones and other advanced phones that offer Web browsing, which are also known as feature phones.
Twitter, YouTube, PayPal, MySpace, Alibaba, Baidu, eTrade and Infosys are some of the companies included in the list. Tim Berners-Lee, Vint Cerf, Jim Clark and Andy Grove are some of the internet entrepreneurs who have found mentioned in the list.
Anger and rejection against Facebook's newly applied policies last month giving birth to many social ventures worldwide. Many of the ventures are delicately trying to grab a pie from 450 Million users base of Facebook by launching similar but regional social networking portals across the globe. No matter its Pakistan, USA, Europe or India. Out of all new alternatives of Facebook, a revolutionary movement has taken place which is demanding to pledge for Facebook boycott.
A Pakistani court on Monday directed authorities to restore access to Facebook nearly two weeks after blocking the popular social networking website for hosting a page with blasphemous caricatures of Prophet Mohammed. "Restore Facebook. We don't want to block access to information," Justice Ijaz Chaudhry of the Lahore High Court said.
Just few days back, we heard about Pakistan banned Facebook, Youtube & Twitter. Despite of partial release of YouTube, after deletion of controversial objects, Pakistan still continue the ban on Facebook. Now the stories are getting air that Facebook ban was much more political influenced instead of sentimental of muslims in Pakistan.
Indeed Facebook is growing with all its glory and users. with constant development, exposure and acceptance of Facebook, people are getting more and more addicted to Facebook. Bumping with this thought, Ryan Merket - an ex-facebook employee and nalin Mittal - an exZapoos consultant thought to deliver the Facebook advantages to the business entities worldwide.
AllFacebook boasts a nice feature where you can see what the top performing Facebook Pages are – meaning which Pages have gathered the largest following to date. The problem is that there’s apparently a significant lag, and that the data presented is therefor inaccurate (for example, it undercounts the number of fans of the popular Texas Hold’em Poker page by nearly 1.5 million).