This morning when I checked my Facebook Fan Page, I realized that I am beginning to create more and more online Friends, and more followers on NetworkBlogs as well.
That is why it came to my mind an idea of creating a new page on my Blog (FRIENDS). Why? Because I owe my Page Ranking Statistics to these people. They helped find a way to increase traffic as well as helped me boost my morale to Blog more and more insights about what’s going on in my mind (what I mean, IDEAS inside my brain).
According to Wikipedia:
An online community is a virtual community that exists online and whose members enable its existence through taking part in membership ritual. An online community can take the form of an information system where anyone can post content, such as a Bulletin board system or one where only a restricted number of people can initiate posts, such as Weblogs. Online communities have also become a supplemental form of communication between people who know each other primarily in real life. Many means are used in social software separately or in combination, including text-based chat rooms and forums that use voice, video text or avatars. Significant socio-technical change may have resulted from the proliferation of such Internet-based social networks
A virtual community is a social network of individuals who interact through specific media, potentially crossing geographical and political boundaries in order to pursue mutual interests or goals. One of the most pervasive types of virtual community include social networking services, which consist of various online communities.
The term virtual community is attributed to the book of the same title by Howard Rheingold, published in 1993. The book, which could be considered a social enquiry, putting the research in the social sciences, discussed his adventures on The WELL and onward into a range of computer-mediated communication and social groups, broadening it to information science. These virtual communities all encourage interaction, sometimes focusing around a particular interest, or sometimes just to communicate. Quality virtual communities do both. They allow users to interact over a shared passion, whether it be through message boards, chat rooms, social networking sites, or virtual worlds
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Posted by Max Ginez III - Saturday, July 9, 2011
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