Websites similar to or like Facebook

American online social media and social networking service based in Menlo Park, California, and a flagship service of the namesake company Facebook, Inc. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. Wikipedia

  • Twitter

    American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "tweets". Registered users can post, like and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them. Wikipedia

  • YouTube

    American online video-sharing platform headquartered in San Bruno, California. Bought by Google in November 2006 for US$1.65 billion and now operates as one of the company's subsidiaries. Wikipedia

  • Parler

    American alt-tech microblogging and social networking service. It has a significant user base of Donald Trump supporters, conservatives, conspiracy theorists, and right-wing extremists. Wikipedia

  • VK (service)

    Russian online social media and social networking service based in Saint Petersburg. Available in multiple languages but it is predominantly used by Russian-speakers. Wikipedia

  • Myspace

    American social networking service. The largest social networking site in the world. Wikipedia

  • Social network service that let the user create stories or timelines using social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Launched in September 2010, and had been open to the public since April 2011. Wikipedia

  • Gab (social network)

    American alt-tech social networking service known for its far-right userbase. Widely described as a haven for extremists including neo-Nazis, white supremacists, white nationalists, the alt-right, and QAnon conspiracy theorists, it has attracted users and groups who have been banned from other social media and users seeking alternatives to mainstream social media platforms. Wikipedia

  • LinkedIn

    American business and employment-oriented online service that operates via websites and mobile apps. Mainly used for professional networking, and allows job seekers to post their CVs and employers to post jobs. Wikipedia

  • WT Social

    Microblogging and social networking service on which users contribute to "subwikis". Founded in October 2019 by Wikipedia cofounder Jimmy Wales as an alternative to Facebook and Twitter. Wikipedia

  • We Heart It

    Image-based social network. We Heart It describes itself as "A home for your inspiration" and a place to "Organize and share the things you love." Wikipedia

  • Friendster

    Social networking service based in Mountain View, California, founded by Jonathan Abrams and launched in March 2003. Later the company became a social gaming site based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Wikipedia

  • Renren

    Chinese social networking service similar to Facebook. Popular among college students. Wikipedia

  • Hi5

    American social networking service based in San Francisco, California. Owned by The Meet Group. Wikipedia

  • Internet-based, adult-oriented social networking service, online dating service and swinger personals community website, founded by Andrew Conru in 1996. One of the 100 most popular sites in the United States; its competitors include sites such as Match.com. Wikipedia

  • Gowalla

    Location-based social networking service. It launched in 2007 and closed in 2012. Wikipedia

  • Online social networking community and creative research platform founded by Charles Broskoski, Daniel Pianetti, Chris Barley, and Chris Sherron. Built as a successor to hypertext projects like Ted Nelson's Xanadu, and as an ad-free alternative to social networks like Facebook, forgoing "likes," "favorites," or "shares" in its design. Wikipedia

  • Jiepang

    Chinese social networking service for mobile devices, such as smartphones. Users can download the Jiepang app to track and share life moments with friends. Wikipedia

  • Allrecipes.com

    Food-focused online social networking service headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Founded by fellow University of Washington archaeology graduate students Tim Hunt, Carl Lipo, Mark Madsen, and David Quinn. Wikipedia

  • Bilingual social networking service that catered to the Vietnamese gay community worldwide. Digital brand of DWM Inc. It provided a set of tools to help users find and connect with friends. Wikipedia

  • ZunZuneo

    Online United States state owned company social networking and microblogging service marketed to Cuban users. Created in 2010 by the United States Agency for International Development . Wikipedia

  • Letterboxd

    Online social networking service co-founded by Matthew Buchanan and Karl von Randow in 2011. Launched as a social app focused on sharing opinions about, and love of, film, and is maintained by a small team in Auckland, New Zealand. Wikipedia

  • Anphabe.com

    Vietnamese social networking service and employment website. Started by Thanh Nguyen, one of the few female tech founders in Vietnam, in 2011 and based in Ho Chi Minh City. Wikipedia

  • Social networking service. Founded on November 17, 1995 by Randy Conrads as Classmates Online, Inc. Wikipedia

  • Sonico.com

    Free-access social networking service oriented toward a Latin American audience. Users can search and add friends, update their own personal profile, manage their privacy, upload photos and YouTube videos, organize events, challenge other users in 6 multi-player and over 200 single-player games and interact with other people by means of private messages, public comments, photo tags, and a web-based instant messenger. Wikipedia

  • Disqus

    American blog comment hosting service for web sites and online communities that use a networked platform. The company's platform includes various features, such as social integration, social networking, user profiles, spam and moderation tools, analytics, email notifications, and mobile commenting. Wikipedia

  • Social networking service. Known as Formspring, a question-and-answer-based social network launched in 2009 by Ade Olonoh, the founder of online form builder Formstack. Wikipedia

  • Pixnet

    Taiwanese mobile photo sharing, blogging, and social networking service, started in 2003, that enables its users to store pictures or create blogs and share them either publicly or privately on its website. Also available as an application, PIXNET is available at the App Store and the Google Play Store. Wikipedia

  • Web-based social networking service founded in April 2010. Members shared "real-world" personal accomplishments with their friends, and were rewarded by other members. Wikipedia

  • Tout (company)

    Online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and view 15-second videos, known as "touts." Created at SRI International by Michael Downing based on two patents owned by that company. Wikipedia

  • Students Circle Network

    Global social networking service for university and secondary school students that provided over 10,400 academic courses of various levels from over 200 OpenCourseWare members worldwide, as well as study groups in various academic disciplines with online chat, and social-network games. OpenCourseWare consortium member. Wikipedia

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  • Direct access to many worldwide mainstream websites has been blocked in Iran, including Facebook, which has been blocked since 2009 due to the organization of anti-governmental protests on the website.Iran-Wikipedia
  • TV, the Internet, and social media, particularly Facebook, remain the top source of news and information for majority of Filipinos as newspaper readership continues to decline.Philippines-Wikipedia
  • On November 1, 2017, the site launched a new web series on Facebook, See It/Skip It, hosted by Jacqueline Coley and Segun Oduolowu.Rotten Tomatoes-Wikipedia
  • In April 2019, Business Insider reported The Telegraph had partnered with Facebook to publish articles "downplaying 'technofears' and praising the company".The Daily Telegraph-Wikipedia
  • Later that month, both Facebook and Alphabet agreed to "cooperate and assist one another" in the face of investigation into their online advertising practices.Google-Wikipedia
  • A 2017 study by NewsWhip revealed that AP content was more engaged with on Facebook than content from any individual English-language publisher.Associated Press-Wikipedia

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