Below Is the list of social networks for different purposes.


1. buddytraveller –

Get Paid To Travel The World, or Travel for free with BuddyTraveller, find a buddy traveller to share with you times expenses and much much more.

2. Nextdoor –

Nextdoor is a private social networking service for neighborhoods based in San Francisco, California, and, as of Summer 2017, is available in the US, the Netherlands, the UK and Germany

3. path –

Path is a social networking-enabled photo sharing and messaging[1] service for mobile devices that was launched in November 2010. The service allows users to share up to a total of 500 contacts with their close friends and family

4. Twitter –

The widely used social networking and microblogging service with approximately 200 million users that helps keep your business in touch with its clients and customers 140 characters at a time.

5. Google+ –

Google Plus (stylized as Google+) is an internet based social network that is owned and operated by Google.

6. MySpace –

Although struggling in recent years, this is still a powerful way to connect with its approximately 34 million users.

7. Tagged –

Tagged is a social discovery website based in San Francisco, California, founded in 2004. It allows members to browse the profiles of any other members, and share tags and virtual gifts.

8. Pair

Pair is not a social network, but it behaves like one. The main section of the app is a single stream of communication between you and your loved one, with pictures, video and shared locations posted directly on the timeline.

9. Tumblr –

Tumblr is a microblogging and social networking website

10. Instagram –

Instagram is a mobile, desktop, and Internet-based photo-sharing application and service that allows users to share pictures and videos either publicly or privately.

11. Pinterest –

Pinterest is a web and mobile application startup that operates a software system designed to discover information on the World Wide Web, mainly utilizing images and on a shorter scale, GIFs and videos. The site was founded by Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra and Evan Sharp.

12. Diaspora

Diaspora is a nonprofit, user-owned, distributed social network that is based upon the free Diaspora software.

13. Raft

14. lego life

15. gain

16. Doximity –

Doximity is an online social networking service for U.S. clinicians. Launched in March 2011, Doximity has over 800,000 verified members as of February 2017

17. reddit –

Reddit is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. Reddit’s registered community members can submit content such as text posts or direct links.

18. quora –

Quora is a question-and-answer site where questions are asked, answered, edited and organized by its community of users. Its publisher, Quora, Inc., is based in Mountain View, California.

19. untappd –

Untappd is a geosocial networking service and mobile phone application that allows its users to check into beers as they drink them, and share these check-ins and their locations with their friends.

20. Ello

21. EyeEM

22. sabakuch –

Indian social network

23. mooshak –

Indian social network

24. Ning

Create your own custom social network for your brand, a product, a service or anything else you want and interact with these 10 million users.

25. BlackPlanet

The largest social network for African-Americans with close to 20 million users.

26. Care2

A network for social activists to connect with other people, organizations, and businesses around the world to make an impact, with a membership of about 15 million users.

27. CircleMe

A way to connect online with people who share your passions. A social network that isn’t based on who you know but rather, what you love.

28. DeviantART

An online collection of all kinds of art: “The world’s largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts, allowing people to connect through the creation and sharing of art.”

29. Flickr

Widely used by photographers to share the images they make with an art-loving community.

30. Flitocracy

An online fitness game that allows you to enjoy friendly competition in exercise, even when you’re exercising alone. “Fitocracy’s mission is to make fitness a more fun, more addictive experience.”

31. Flixter

A network of movie enthusiasts that allows you to share, recommend, and discuss and movies with online friends.

32. Foodspotting

A visual guide to good food and where to find it. Instead of reviewing restaurants, you can instead recommend specific dishes and see what specific menu items others recommend. A great way to discover the best thing on the menu!

33. Flipora

A service that connects you with others to exchange recommendations of online content, based on your personalized based on your interests and web activity. Basically, a way internet surfers can connect and share what they’ve found.

34. Goodreads

A free website for book lovers. Members compile virtual bookshelves of their favorite books and browse others’ bookshelves, write and read book reviews, rate books they’ve read, start or join a book club or discussion group, contact an author, and even post their own writing.

35. MyHeritage

A social family tree that makes it easier for users to find their relatives and allows them to share genealogy, photos, and discussion with extended family.

36. MyLife

Helps users find old friends, classmates, relatives, and former workmates.

37. Reunion

Helps users find old friends, classmates, relatives, and former workmates.

38. Last.FM

A social network of about 30 million music fans. Keeps track of what you like to and posts your lists to other social networks like Facebook.

39. Meetup

This site makes it easy for you to find people with common interests online and actually meet with them offline! Enter your zip code and your topic of interest and Meetup helps arrange a place and time to meet. For those for whom virtual connections are not entirely satisfying, this may be the way of the future.

40. TagsChat

A new social network based on interests that lets you find and chat with new friends who share your interests.

41. Wattpad

A writing community in which users can post articles, stories, fan fiction, and poems, giving them an opportunity to connect with a wider audience.

42. WordPress

A blogging community where users post their writing and engage in conversations with like-minded friends.

43. Zynga

Their mission is “to connect the world through games.” A virtual playhouse for those who like to connect by playing games with other people.

44. Harnu –

Harnu is a awesome social network. The idea of being able to pick anywhere in the world to send a message and read public messages from anywhere in the world is so cool but there is only one problem. If almost no one is participating then it makes it boring. And this network, no matter how ingenious the idea is, will always be boring if people dont participate. Why not do yourself a favor and join and share this with your friends and have them share it with their friends so that you will be able to enjoy it and this great idea will not go to waste.

45. qbakbak –

Qbakbak is an Indian Social Network where you can share thoughts by post, media, image etc. You can also connect with your family, friends

46. googlechat –

Welcome to GoogleChat. Connect and share with the people that matters to you. Never miss a thing out! Keep in touch with your fans, customers or loved ones

47. sociork –

Sociork is an instant messaging website that allows users to connect to their loved ones. Users can send pictures, videos, audios, office files and apps to their friends. It has some enhanced privacy features.

48. ylfrettub –

ylfrettuB best place to connect everything around the world it’s social network people like share photos, videos, page, groups, events, services and etc.

49. tvenkat –

Join and login to tvenkat – social network, connect and share with family, friends and people around the world.

50. vebbler –

A new photo app that makes it easy for groups to share photos with each other instantly.

51. spykk –

To publish, share and promote any public content on SPYKK, users need to have a verified board. And, when we say verified – are we going to monitor all the

52. palspark –

Palspark is a Social Media that connects people online from around the world. Make new friends, Show Expertise, Share Photos, Share Videos, Live Chat! free.

53. Facebook –

One of the largest and most recognized brands on the web, Facebook is a great way to connect with customers and now even sell goods and services to over 600 million users.

54. MyYearbook is a social networking site for teens.

55. Bebo –

Bebo is a social networking website launched in 2005. It now describes itself as “a company that dreams up ideas for fun social apps;” Joe Mbu, the man behind the Bebo relaunch,

56. Multiply

The biggest “social shop” in Southeast Asia with 125,000 participating merchants and a reported 20 million visitors a month, with around 3.5 million from the United States.

57. Orkut

Google’s proprietary social network, and although less well known in the United States, it is popular internationally primarily in India and Brazil with approximately 100 million users worldwide.

58. hello –

hello connects you with people and content around your passions. Show the world who you are … hello network. hello is a new kind of social network.

59. Skyrock is a social networking site based in France that offers a free space on the web to allow its users to create blogs, add profiles, and exchange photos.

60. Badoo –

Badoo – chat, date and meet with over 330 million people. Join our community and make friends in your area.

61. StumbleUpon –

StumbleUpon is the easiest way to discover new and interesting web pages, photos and videos across the Web.

62. Delicious –

Delicious (stylized is a social bookmarking web service for storing, sharing, and discovering web bookmarks.

63. Foursquare –

Foursquare helps you find the perfect places to go with friends. Discover the best food, nightlife, and entertainment in your area.

64. MyOpera

My Opera was the virtual community for Opera web browser users. It belonged to Opera Software ASA. In addition to being a support site for the Opera browser, My Opera worked like a social networking site. It offered services such as blogs, photo albums, the free email service My Opera Mail and more.

65. Kiwibox –

Social network

66. Hi5 –

hi5 makes it easy to meet and socialize with new people through games, shared interests, friend suggestions, browsing profiles, and much more.

67. Fotki – is superior service for sharing and printing your photos online. The easiest way to share photos with friends & family.

68. Fotolog –

Fotolog is the world’s leading photo-blogging and social networking website. – Fotolog.

70. Buzznet

BuzzNet is a photo, journal, and video-sharing social media network, currently owned by Hive Media.

71. ReverbNation –

ReverbNation is an online platform that provides tools and opportunities for musicians to manage their careers

72. Cross.TV

A Christian, family-centered social network with a user interface similar to that of Facebook.
73. WeRead –

weRead, formerly iRead, is an online community of book enthusiasts. weRead started out as a social cataloging application on Facebook in June 2007 and has since expanded to over 3.1 million active members across Facebook, MySpace, Orkut, Hi5, and Bebo.

74. CaringBridge – www.CaringBridge.Org

CaringBridge is a charitable 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1997 that offers free, personalized websites to people facing various medical conditions, hospitalization, medical treatment, and/or recovery from a significant accident, illness, injury, or procedure. The purpose of the platform is to allow family members and friends to receive information about a particular individual.

75. GaiaOnline –

Gaia Online is an English-language, anime-themed social networking and forums-based website.

76. ibibo –

ibibo Group is an online travel organization founded in January 2007 by Ashish Kashyap. The company is a subsidiary of Naspers,[1] which owns an 80% stake in Ibibo Group. In February, Naspers announced plans to increase its stake in Ibibo Group to 90% by investing additional $250 million in the company

77. VampireFreaks – is an online community for the Gothic–industrial subcultures. It was created by site owner Jet Berelson in 1999. It began with a small number of forums dedicated to Gothic–industrial music.

78. CafeMom –

CafeMom is an ad-supported social networking site which is targeted at mothers and mothers-to-be. It was founded in 2006 by Andrew Shue and Michael Sanchez.

79. Ravelry –

Ravelry is a free social networking service, beta-launched in May 2007. It functions as an organizational tool for a variety of fiber arts including knitting, crocheting, spinning, and weaving. Members share projects, ideas, and their collection of yarn, fiber, and tools via various components.

80. ASmallWorld –

ASmallWorld (styled ASMALLWORLD) (ASW) is an exclusive, paid-subscription social network, which relaunched in the spring of 2013 as a private international travel and social club, with a peer-recommended and verified user base capped membership at 250,000 people.

81. Wayn –

WAYN (an acronym for Where Are You Now?) is a social travel network. Its stated goal is to help discover where to go and meet like-minded people. WAYN was founded in 2002

82. CouchSurfing –

Couchsurfing International Inc. operates, a hospitality service and social networking website. The website provides a platform for members to stay as a guest at someone’s home (homestay), host travelers, meet other members, or join an event. Unlike many hospitality services, Couchsurfing is an example of the gift economy; there is no monetary exchange between members and there is no expectation by hosts for future rewards.

83. TravBuddy – is a social networking website specializing in connecting travellers. The site was created by brothers Eric Bjorndahl and David Bjorndahl

84. Cellufun –

Cellufun, briefly known as Tylted, is a social gaming community accessible from any mobile device, from the latest smartphones and tablets to the smallest feature phones

85. MocoSpace –

MocoSpace is a mobile game community specifically focused on HTML5 for mobile, also known as a mobile social network

86. ItsMy –

itsmy was a mobile social gaming network that allowed users to communicate with each other while playing games. It was owned by Gofresh, a company located in Munich, Germany.

87. Stickam –

Stickam was a live-streaming video website that launched in 2005. Stickam featured user-submitted pictures, audio, video, and most prominently, live streaming video chat.

88. FunnyOrDie –

Funny or Die is a comedy video website and film/TV production company founded by Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Chris Henchy. The website Funny Or Die contains exclusive material from a regular staff of in-house writers, producers, and directors, and occasionally from a number of famous contributors like Judd Apatow, James Franco, and Norm Macdonald.

89. YouTube –

YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California

90. Classmates

Now a part of Memory Lane, a vintage video and news sharing service, Classmates allows for users to connect with school friends from the past.

91. Geni –

Geni is a commercial genealogy and social networking website, owned by Israeli private company MyHeritage. Launched on January 16, 2007, the Web 2.0 company stated that it aimed to create a family tree of the world.

92. LinkedIn –

Professional Social network service

93. Focus –

A different kind of social network for business professionals to meet and post questions and get them answered by industry leaders.

94. Viadeo –

Professional network service

95. Stickcam home page

96. Ryze – is a free and paid social networking website designed to link business professionals, particularly new entrepreneurs. The site claims to have over 500,000 members in 200 countries, with over 1,000 external organizations hosting sub-networks on the site.

97. XING –

XING (named openBC/Open Business Club until 17 November 2006) is a career-oriented social networking site for enabling a small-world network for professionals. The company claims that it is used by people from over 200 countries

98. Pre-Teen

Teen and Young Adult Networks
99. WeeWorld –

WeeWorld was an online game and messaging content, to which the company is based in Glasgow, Scotland, with offices in London and Boston, USA. The company is the creator of, a social network targeted towards teens and tweens.

100. Habbo –

Habbo (previously known as Habbo Hotel) is a social networking service and online community aimed at teenagers.[3] The website is owned and operated by Sulake, a Finnish corporation.

101. Tuenti –

Tuenti was created in 2006 as a social networking service becoming the most popular social network among young people in Spain between 2009 and 2012, with over 15 million registered users.[1], thus referred as the “Spanish Facebook”.

102. Renren –

The Renren Network formerly known as the Xiaonei Network is a Chinese social networking service. It is popular among college students.

103. Xanga –

Xanga is a website that hosts weblogs, photoblogs, and social networking profiles. It is operated by, Inc. and based in New York City

104. OpenDiary –

Open Diary (often abbreviated as “OD”) was an online diary community, an early example of social networking software. It was founded on October 22, 1997. Open Diary was shut down on February 7, 2014.

105. Mixi –

Mixi is an online Japanese social networking service. It was founded in 1999 and is owned by Mixi, Inc. (TYO: 2121). As of September 2012, Mixi had about 14 million monthly active users, with about 8.6 million of those on smartphones.

106. QZone –

Qzone is a social networking website which was created by Tencent in 2005. It allows users to write blogs, keep diaries, send photos, listen to music, and watch videos

107. Douban – launched on March 6, 2005, is a Chinese social networking service website

108. VKontakte –

VK is a Russian-based online social media and social networking service. It is available in several languages but it is especially popular among Russian-speaking users

109. Odnoklassniki –

Odnoklassniki, (Russian: Одноклассники; English: Classmates) is a social network service for classmates and old friends. It is popular in the Russian

110. NK –

A Polish social network for high school and college students to meet and share — approximately 11 million users.

111. Hyves –

Hyves was a social networking site in the Netherlands with mainly Dutch visitors and members, where it competed with sites such as Facebook and MySpace.

112. Netlog –

Netlog is a youth community where users can keep in touch with and extend their social network. On Netlog, you can create your own web page with a blog

113. StudiVZ –

StudiVZ, SchülerVZ and MeinVZ is a social networking platform for students and is based in Berlin, Germany.

114. Sonico –

Latin American social network but also popular in Spain and Portugal, Sonico is very similar to Facebook — create a profile, add friends, share thoughts, videos and images and play online games.

115. Friendster –

Friendster was a social gaming site based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was originally a social networking service website.[3][4] Before Friendster was redesigned, the service allowed users to contact other members, maintain those contacts, and share online content and media with those contacts.

116. Twoo –

Twoo is the fastest growing place to chat, search, share photos and play fun introductory games. Free to join.

117. hyvesgames –

hyves continues as hyvesgames to play social games

118. MeetMe –

Meet, chat, and have fun with new people — free! Member Login ››. MeetMe · Get it for. ANDROID Get it for. IOS Get it for. Windows 10. New to MeetMe?

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