LinkedIn is a social networking site geared towards business professionals. It allows users to make professional connections and is mainly used for business networking. Users are allowed to post their resumes and job skills and make connections with people they have worked with in the past. These connections can be used to branch out and find new contacts who work in a given industry or field.Continue Reading
The LinkedIn profile page was designed with professionals in mind, prioritizing things like prior employers, education and business-related skills that potential employers seek. New connections are made on LinkedIn through existing connections. A user sends requests to other people he works with, and those people confirm that they know him. Once the connection is confirmed, the user can see other people in her co-worker's network. Hiring managers can also use LinkedIn for posting job openings, and people looking for jobs can use it to find out who is in the market for a new employee. Users can also endorse each other and provide commentary on the skills of people in their network.
LinkedIn was founded in 2002. As of 2014, it has around 260 million users in 200 countries and territories, and the site is available in 20 languages.Learn more about Social Media
Nasza Klaza is a Polish school-based social networking site launched in November, 2006. Translated to English, "Our Class" allows students and alumni to register with their school and year. Although the number of registered users dropped to seven million in 2014, at its peak, Nasza Klaza had over 13.5 million registered users in 2009, making it the fourth largest Internet portal in Poland at the time, used by over one-half of all Polish Internet users monthly.Full Answer >
LinkedIn is a social network that specifically focuses on employment. Both employers and workers create profiles and can invite each other to formal "connections" in order to share personal data and employment information.Full Answer >
The social networking website Mocospace doesn't encourage people to meet in real life. It has included safety warnings on its website to remind members not to give out personal information online.Full Answer >
"BMS" is an acronym for "broke my scale" on various social networking sites like Instagram where individuals post photos. It is typically found below images, and implies that the person posting the comment finds the person in the photograph very attractive.Full Answer >