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Social networks are pages that allow Internet users to connect with friends and even make new friends, in order to share content, interact and create communities based on similar interests like work, reading, games, friendship, romantic relationships, etc. Although there are infinite numbers of social networks on the Internet, this ranking aims at providing a summary and a selection of the networks that provide the main options out there on a global scale. It's interesting to note that they don't all have the same specialization. While MySpace has centered on music, Flickr focuses on photos and LinkedIn on professional contacts. What are your favorites?

  • Author: quincho (Updated May 31, 2014)
  • Sources: Completely done by the author
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1Facebook
830.0
2YouTube
816.0
3Twitter
689.0
4Tuenti
507.0
5flickr
320.0
6MySpace
305.0
7linkedIn
249.0
8classora
198.0
9fotolog
185.0
10last.fm
179.0
11mytvshows
175.0
12foursquare
169.0
13formspring
150.0
14Google +
143.0
15Bebo
139.0
16hi5
136.0
17icheckmovies
133.0
18quora
131.0
19orkut
125.0
20keteke
111.0
21sonico
110.0
22identi.ca
108.0
23tumblr
69.0
24http://boxvot.es/
50.0
25deviantART
43.0
264CHAN
34.0
27ifotoalbum
32.0
28Meneame
29.0
29Reddit
28.0
30cabozo
27.0
31Toluna
10.0
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