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Links 1 through 10 of 96 by Rax Lakhani tagged socialnetworking

Women are more attracted to social networking websites than men, who prefer gaming and gambling sites, according to a new study by psychologists at the University of Bath.

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The phenomenal growth of social networking on the Internet is tracked in a new study. There is no escaping Facebook.

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When small businesses contemplate a social media strategy, Facebook and Twitter get lots of attention. However, niche social networks and online communities offer additional opportunities for brands to connect with consumers in an environment that’s highly targeted and often less congested.

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The International Olympic Committee has released it’s Social Media Guidelines for participants and other accredited persons at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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PeopleBrowsr is a high-tech social analytics company with a passion for marketing, providing data mining, analytics, brand engagement and campaign services to global brands and Advertising/PR agencies.

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Geotime software, bought by the Met, collates data from social networking sites, satnavs, mobiles and financial transactions

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Facebook was recently awarded a patent on "curated search," which involves ranking search results according to a link's popularity with a user's social graph.

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People with the most Facebook "friends" are more likely to feel stressed out by the site, according to researchers.

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