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Presented by Rhonda Driver CPS/CAP. After the presentation Tour of Galveston County Chapter Website hosted by IAAP Community. What is Social Networking? Top Social Networks Who & Why of Social Networking How to Create an Account Examples of Social Networks! IAAP Social Network
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Presented by Rhonda Driver CPS/CAP
After the presentation Tour of Galveston County Chapter Website hosted by IAAP Community What is Social Networking? Top Social Networks Who & Why of Social Networking How to Create an Account Examples of Social Networks! IAAP Social Network Other Tools for Networking
Wikipedia • A social network is a social structure made of nodes (which are generally individuals or organizations) that are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as values, visions, ideas, financial exchange, friendship, sexual relationships, kinship, dislike, conflict or trade.
Worldwide - Facebook • North America - MySpace, Twitter and LinkedIn • Canada – Nexopia, Bebo • Germany - Hi5, MySpace, dol2day • Europe - Tagged, XING and Skyrock in parts of Europe; • South & Central America - Orkut and Hi5 • Asia and the Pacific Islands - Friendster, Multiply, Orkut, Wretch, Xiaonei and Cyworld
Family and Friends want to stay connected with each other! Companies and/or Individuals who want to market their products or services To share ideas, information, research, etc. Current Events – National & International To track the activities of Ashton Kutcher and/or Britney Spears! Who are you cyber-stalking?
Cities and Companies are making a presence on FaceBook You’ll find yourself spending Hours playing games Farm Town & Mafia Wars!
Profile contains: SnapShot - Business card Status – Opportunities to connect with others Photo – Identification Public Profile – Info from search engines Summary – Elevator Pitch Experience – Resume Additional Information, Recommendations, Q&A, and Contact Settings
2. IAAP Web Community Home Page Click on “Network” 1. IAAP Home Page Click on “Read More”
3. Log in Screen Enter your log in Username and Password 4. Your own Profile Fill out as much info on your profile as you want to share – the more you add the more it connects you with others.
Cellular phones – texting – sending pictures and Twittering! Business Cards w/Picture & Reference where you met – Follow up with a note card! Sitting with others you don’t know Games that encourage you to ask questions about each other. Talk about the other person? and Listen!!