The collective description of websites that offer the ability to communicate, interact, and network with others.
social networking site
A site that offers the ability to share contacts and build a network of "friends" along with tools that allow individuals and groups to connect and communicate.
A creative work or other content that anybody can copy or edit online
A blogger or social networking user's information such as name, location, and interests.
The people you have allowed to access your profile on a social network.
An online journal; short for Web + log.
The profile you create when you join a social networking service.
Settings on your social networking page, including privacy settings.
A form of blogging where brief comments rather than personal blogs are the main form of interaction, as on Twitter; also called social journaling.
A blog where people post creative works such as music, photos, or paintings.
A blog consisting of drawings and sketches.
A blog used to share amateur or professional photography
A blog where people post video content. Also called vlog.
A blog where people post audio or music files.
social mobile media
Social services accessed from a mobile phone.
A method of sharing bookmarks with others using tags.
A way to save a reference to a website or web page so that it can be easily visited again.
Data about other data, which describes that data and how to process it.
A keyword assigned to information on the Web used by social bookmarking sites to locate and organize content references.
A technology which allows people to contribute and edit content in an online document, such as an encyclopedia or dictionary.
Sharing video, photos, music, or presentations with individuals or groups using the Internet.
live media sharing
Live, or real-time, delivery of media over the Internet; also called live broadcast.