Over the last few years we have seen social networking sites has gained wide popularity among the internet users.These social sites has helped us in many ways.There are lots of well-known sites that we are using today such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LiveJournal, YouTube, Tagged and many others.Let us see how these social networking sites looked in the past.
1.Pinterest – A photo-sharing social networking site that allow users to pin photos and videos based on their interest and hobbies to their own pinboards.This site was launched in March 2010.Take a quick glimpse on how Pinterest looked like when it was first launched.
Pinterest : Launched in March 6, 2010
2.Facebook – The world’s largest online social networking site that allows users to connect with friends and other people, share photos, videos and information with them.It was founded in February 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg.When it was first launched in February 4, 2004, it was titled as the name “Thefacebook” but later when a high-school version of the site was launched in September 2005 the company dropped “the” and thus named as Facebook.Below is a snapshot on how it appeared in the past.
Facebook: Launched in February 4, 2004
3.Tumblr – A social-sharing and micro-blogging website that allows users to post and share content may be a short sentence or writings, images and video links.It was founded by David Karp’s and was launched in February 2007.Have a look on how it looked in the past.
Tumblr: Launched in February 3, 2007
4.Myspace – A music-centric social platform for all music lovers of different profiles and different music interest.Discover, share and connect with people, music and artists you love.Myspace was founded in 2003 by Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolfe.Here is the snapshot on how it look when it was first launched.
Myspace: Launched in August 3, 2003
5.Twitter – An online social networking site that allows users to send and read text messages known as “tweets” and also the option to reply and retweet those tweets.It was founded by Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams, Biz Stone and Noah Glass in March 2006.Have a look of this site appeared in the past.
Twitter: Launched in July 15, 2006
6.YouTube – One of the best video-sharing websites in the world that allows users to upload and share videos with friends, family and with the world.It was founded by three former PayPal employees in February 2005 but later acquired by Google.
YouTube: Launched in February 14, 2005
7.Tagged – It is a social networking website that allows users to browse the profile of other members, post a biography about their interest, upload photos, share tags, send virtual gifts and play social games.
Tagged: Launched in October 9, 2004
8.StumbleUpon – is an online social search engine that allows its users to discover and share interesting things from across the web.You can share photos, videos and web pages that you like with other members.It was founded in November 2001 by Garrett Camp, Geoff Smith, Justin LaFrance and Eric Boyd.
StumbleUpon: Launched in November 28, 2001
9.LiveJournal – LiveJournal is a free, open-source social networking platform that allows users to create and share their own journal, blogs and set up their own virtual diary.
LiveJournal : Launched in April 15, 1999
10.Flickr – Flickr is an online image hosting and video sharing website.It gives users the privilege to upload and share personal photographs, to set privacy controls and to comment and rate photos on Flickr.It was created by Ludicorp in 2004 and acquired by Yahoo in 2005.
Flickr : Launched in February 26, 2004