Social Networking Stocks List

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Social Networking Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
Jan 31 BCE Bell communications services to be sold through Staples
Jan 31 BCE Staples Canada and Bell announce multi-year strategic partnership to sell Bell communications services through Staples
Jan 30 LOGI Logitech International Names Next Finance Chief
Jan 30 LOGI Logitech names former Plantronics CFO Charles Boynton as its finance chief
Jan 30 LOGI Charles Boynton to Join Logitech as Chief Financial Officer
Jan 30 NYT New York Times: Avoid Ahead Of Earnings
Jan 27 LOGI Logitech: Cyclical Sales Headwinds But Undervalued
Jan 26 LOGI Logitech Files Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q
Jan 26 LOGI Logitech Q3: Ongoing Macroeconomic Headwinds, Remain Cautious
Jan 26 BCE Earnings Preview: BCE (BCE) Q4 Earnings Expected to Decline
Jan 26 BCE Bell Let's Talk thanks Canadians, governments and organizations around the country for creating positive change for mental health
Jan 25 SOCL SOCL: Golden Times Ahead For Social Media Companies
Jan 25 LOGI Logitech Should Be Bottoming Out, But The Market Already Agrees
Jan 25 LOGI Logitech International S.A. (NASDAQ:LOGI) Q3 2023 Earnings Call Transcript
Jan 25 LOGI Logitech: Waiting Patiently For The Turnaround
Jan 25 BCE In Laval, together for mental health
Jan 25 BCE Today is Bell Let's Talk Day! Learn about Canadian mental health organizations and take action to create change for mental health
Jan 25 LOGI Logitech: We Would Like To See Profitability And Efficiency Improve
Jan 25 SKM 5 Low Price-to-Sales Stocks to Take Advantage of Current Markets
Jan 25 SOCL Chart Advisor: Stocks Take a Breather
Social Networking

A social networking service (also social networking site, or SNS or social media) is an online platform which people use to build social networks or social relations with other people who share similar personal or career interests, activities, backgrounds or real-life connections.
The social networks are distributed across various computer networks. The social networks are inherently computer networks, linking people, organization, and knowledge. Social networking services vary in format and the number of features. They can incorporate a range of new information and communication tools, operating on desktops and on laptops, on mobile devices such as tablet computers and smartphones. They may feature digital photo/video/sharing and "web logging" diary entries online (blogging). Online community services are sometimes considered social-network services by programmers and users, though in a broader sense, a social-network service usually provides an individual-centered service whereas online community services are group-centered. Defined as "websites that facilitate the building of a network of contacts in order to exchange various types of content online," social networking sites provide a space for interaction to continue beyond in person interactions. These computer mediated interactions link members of various networks and may help to both maintain and develop new social ties.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. Depending on the social media platform, members may be able to contact any other member. In other cases, members can contact anyone they have a connection to, and subsequently anyone that contact has a connection to, and so on. The success of social networking services can be seen in their dominance in society today, with Facebook having a massive 2.13 billion active monthly users and an average of 1.4 billion daily active users in 2017. LinkedIn, a career-oriented social-networking service, generally requires that a member personally know another member in real life before they contact them online. Some services require members to have a preexisting connection to contact other members.
The main types of social networking services contain category places (such as age or occupation or religion), means to connect with friends (usually with self-description pages), and a recommendation system linked to trust. One can categorize social-network services into three types:
socializing social network services used primarily for socializing with existing friends (e.g., Facebook)
online social networks are decentralized and distributed computer networks where users communicate with each other through internet services.
networking social network services used primarily for non-social interpersonal communication (e.g., LinkedIn, a career- and employment-oriented site)
social navigation social network services used primarily for helping users to find specific information or resources (e.g., Goodreads for books)There have been attempts to standardize these services to avoid the need to duplicate entries of friends and interests (see the FOAF standard). A study reveals that India recorded world's largest growth in terms of social media users in 2013.
A 2013 survey found that 73% of U.S. adults use social-networking sites.

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