Because your online profile can be an increasingly useful tool in
controlling your image furthermore make known your business, or your website.
Social networking sites provide networking opportunities, ways to quickly
transmit information as well as ways for members to stay in touch, theiy have
capabilities to unite individuals who have comparative hobbies . With the rise
of social networking activities, new social networking sites appeared,
here are the new social networks for 2013.
Chirp: Talk about
the social media tool of the future.Chirp emits a mechanical bird-like sound
a user’s phone to share images and messages.Other phones within
audio-reach and with Bluetooth connections will instantly register the sound and download the shared
Chirpify: This one
integrates with Twitter and Instagram to allow users to sell, purchase and pay
for goods with just one “buy” reply. The platform can also serve as a “social storefront”
where supporters can participate in
giveaways and promotions. Chirpify also allows those selling to evaluate their
user engagement and social media data.
Conversations: If your
organization is using HootSuite to schedule social media posts and tweets, you
may want to consider using Conversations, a new internal communication tool for
organizations to share ideas and collaborate
all on one platform.
Conversations can also be used to manage contacts and can import
contacts from Gmail. Flayvr: The Pinterest of mobile apps, Flayvr is a social
media platform for users to seamlessly organize their videos and photos to
Medium: From Twitter creator Ev
Williams, Medium seems to be envisioned
as a social network that rewards high-quality and in-depth information
with attention, though it isn’t clear who is the judge of what is worthy of our
attention. While anyone will be able to comment on blog-like posts on Medium,
not everyone will be able to submit their own.The platform is still in beta form
but it is already presenting posts on a wide range of topics. Pheed: This new
social media platform enables users to broadcast content and to set a price on
what access to their content is worth.
Pheed is currently closed to new users,
but celebrities like Miley Cyrus and Paris Hilton are reportedly already on board. We’re not sure that this
one would be of much service to the nonprofit sector, as, at this point, it
seems to be little more than a platform to help celebrities cash in on their