Social Media Directory

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While not a complete list of the social media platforms and directories available, this list does contain a very diverse list for location and purpose. I will continue to add to this list to find more choices on the platforms that interest you.

Social Media Directory

Blinklist, Buzznet, CafeMom, Classmates, Couchsurfing, Crunchyroll, eToro, Facebook, Flickr, Focus, Foursquare, Friendica, fubar, Gab, Gather, Gettr, Linkedin, Live Journal, Meetup, Mouth Shut, MyLife, Myspace, Naver Blog, Naver Cafe, Pinterest, Pocket, Qzone, Reddit, Sina Weibo, Twitch, Twitter, WeChat


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Blinklist

Here users can read the key points and lessons from 3000+ nonfiction books in 15 min or so. The cost is $8.34 per month paid yearly or $15.99 paid monthly.


 


Buzznet

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Buzznet is a photo, journal, and video-sharing social media network.


 


CafeMom

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An ad-supported networking site for mothers and mothers to be founded in 2006. It quickly became the most visited website for women on the internet. Headquartered in New York City.


 


Classmates

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They have the largest of high school and class lists so that you can connect with former classmates.


 


Couchsurfing

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This service connects members to a global community of travelers. You can find a place to stay or share your home and hometown with travelers. Currently, they are a community of 14 million people in 200,000 communities. They create the opportunity to make travel a social experience.


 


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Crunchyroll

This is the official source for anime and drama. Free Anime streaming online, premium memberships, and 50 million worldwide registered users.


 


Cyworld

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A South Korean social network service. Relationships are cultivated by forming “friendships with other members.


 


eToro

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eToro is a social trading and multi-asset brokerage company. Anyone starts trading crypto by copying other traders automatically. Access the world`s most popular digital currencies.


 


Facebook   

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America`s Largest social network, which started on a college campus meant only for college students. But, unfortunately, they have quickly become a tool of the deep state and censorship.


 


Focus

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“FOCUS is a Catholic collegiate outreach whose mission is to share the hope and joy of the gospel with college and university students. “


 


Foursquare

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Location technology platform dedicated to improving how people move through the real world.


 


Friendica  

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“A decentralized Social Network.” A communication hub where users can read and post content.


 


Flickr

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Image and video hosting service.  A community of 2 million groups and tens of billions of photos.


 


fubar

Social network to connect with friends 24/7. This site is definitely unique, and the black screen and flashing lights will scare most of the older people away. The idea is to meet people, and you can send virtual drinks to those of interest to you. It is somewhat like being in a bar and is definitely an original. This site makes me feel really old.

Free to join and has over 14million members. I joined just to get information for you and will likely never return, lol.


 


Gab

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This is a social network that champions free speech, individual liberty, and the free flow of information.


 


Gather

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“The leading event management platform that streamlines the booking process for every type of venue.”


 


GETTR

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The new platform from the Trump team does not censor free speech. I highly recommend this platform.


 


Linkedin 

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The professional network for businesses. Post and search for jobs as well as promote your business.


 


Live Journal

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In 1999, this Russian social network service created a platform for users to keep blogs, journals, and diaries to keep friends updated on their lives and activities. Also, they can share ideas and stories as well as give advice.


 


Meetup 

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Social network, create a group and connect with other people in your area with similar interests. “Meetup is a platform for finding and building local communities. People use Meetup to meet new people, learn new things, find support, get out of their comfort zones, and pursue their passions, together.”

 


 


Mouth Shut 

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Based in India with user-generated content, and is India’s largest review platform.


 


Mixi

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An online Japanese social networking service was founded in 1999.


 


MyLife

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Monitor your identity and find out who has your information.


 


Myspace

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From 2005-2008 this was the largest social network in the world based out of Beverly Hills, California. I used myself for years to create your page, add music, and make a space that reflected your interests and life.


 


Naver Blog 

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South Korean sites where companies and individuals can describe who they are or what they do.


 


Naver Cafe 

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South Korean social media forum for posting content and opinions. The Link is for the app. You need to use their platform, which allows users to form their communities, much like Facebook.


 


Pinterest 

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A platform for creating pages to collect images for any topic. Now using video as well but still predominately image-based. 


 


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Pocket

Info:  Previously known as Read It Later, Pocket allows users to save articles, videos, and stories from any publication, page, or app.  They can then curate their own space. You can read or listen to your content on or offline on any device. Free to sign up and can do so with your existing FB or Google accounts.

The free version limits users to 3 highlights per article, and paid memberships are just $5 per month.


 


Qzone 

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A social network in China. Users can write posts, send pics and videos, and customize their page with wallpaper and music similar to MySpace.


 


Reddit 

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A network of communities based on interest.


 


Sina Weibo

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Chinese social media website. Weibo means “microblog” in China. This platform is similar to Twitter. The user can create polls, find games, add photo albums, see trends and news.


 


Twitch

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Where people come to chat, interact, and make their entertainment together. (videos)


 


Twitter

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“American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets.” Another censoring giant robbing free speech in America. 


 


WeChat

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By far, the most popular social media platform in China, with over 900 million daily users.


 


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2 thoughts on “Social Media Directory”

  1. Wow, so much social medias now. I remember when Facebook was all the rage and then it went to Instagram and Snapchat, and now TikTok. I came here because I was looking for a video chatting social media like Omegle but one that’s R-rated. Do you have any recommendations? I looked at Bigo but that was too difficult to use.

    1. Brandon,

      I have not used one myself. Here are a few WordPress chat plugins you can look at – Zendesk Chat, Olark, Tidio Live Chat, Blazing Social, Reputation.com.

      hope that helps,

      Micahel

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