MySpace might have millions more users, but Tagworld has all the features that MySpace should have. You can build a website (yes a website, not page) using “drag and drop”, buy and sell at the auctions, add interactive photo flip books and slide shows to your site, videos, a music discovery engine (like last.fm and pandora), file space, RSS feeds, music and video players, and more. The only thing missing are groups, but I’m sure it’s just a matter of time.
Tagworld is worth a look for marketing, especially with the recent release of My Tag Bot – The first auto adder for TagWorld.
FaceParty is called the British MySpace. Populated by teens to late twenties. Users can create a profile and interact using instant chat and voice mail messaging. Users can also pay for “Cool Tools” to customize and track visits to their profile. An adult verification system is also in place to allow members to view adult images on other’s profiles.
“With more than 27 million members, Friendster is the best way to stay in touch with your friends and it’s the fastest way to discover the people and things that matter to you most.
Headquartered in the Bay Area, Friendster aims to make the world a smaller place by bringing the power of social networking to every aspect of life, one friend at a time. Entrepreneur Jonathan Abrams founded Friendster in 2002. The company is backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Benchmark Capital, Battery Ventures, and individual investors.”
Bebo is the next generation social networking site where members can stay in touch with their College friends, connect with friends, share photos, discover new interests and just hang out.
hi5 offers a popular destination for the teens and twenties demographic around the world. Over 40 million members around the world have registered for hi5 to discover friends with similar interests, to reconnect with friends from the past, and to express their personalities. In less than two years, hi5 has built one of the fastest growing online destinations. Internet media has become increasingly important, especially to the generation that spends time on hi5. New communication modes and colorful self-expression have become a key part of their evolution, and hi5 has become a global choice for where this generation spends their time.