Social networking sites allow users to share ideas, digital photos and videos, posts, and to inform others about online or real-world activities and events with people in their network.
While in-person social networking – such as gathering in a village market to talk about events – has existed since the earliest development of towns, the Web enables people to connect with others who live in different locations, ranging from across a city to across the world.
After the relaunch of Friendster as a social gaming platform in June 2011, the number of registered users reached over 115 million.
The company operated mainly from three Asian countries: the Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore, and over 90% of the site's traffic came from Asia.
Tencent's Internet platforms QQ, QQ.com, QQ Games, and Pai have brought together China's largest Internet community.
In response to this call, Adventists around the world can be found distributing food and supplies in nations experiencing natural disasters, educating children living in refugee camps, and showing compassion to society's most vulnerable members.
When Desmond Doss joined the United States army in the middle of World War II, he believed his duty was to obey God and serve his country - in that order.
These services foster group interaction and resource sharing.
Virtual products such as QQ Show, QQ Pet, QQ Game, and QQ Music/Radio/Live have been successful in providing entertainment and customization options to users.