Where social networkings go?07-08-2007
Social networking panel at the AlwaysOn Stanford Summit.
Travis Katz, SVP of My Space -
'networks going international and mobile, so people can take it anywhere.
Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder of Facebook -
'ubiquity is a big change. For instance, e-mail has been around for years, but only recently have people assumed everyone has an e-mail address.
Rich Rosenblatt, CEO of Demand Media -
'social network profiles will all get their own web sites; more smaller social networks will go up
Gina Bianchini, CEO of Ning -
'there would be many more social networking sites
Karl Jacob, CEO of Wallop -
'there won’t be social networks in 10 years. It will just be part of our daily lives.
Older people are now joining social networking: vertical markets would help in attracting older people. Mobile technology would be very important going forward, people would be doing more social networking within businesses. About a million sites would have social networking within 2007, there would be a lot more Internet-made content in the future. The term “social networking” is not good, but no one came up with a better term.
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