Social Networking is basically a map of relationships between individuals. It indicates ways in which they are connected through various social familiarities - friends, school mates, casual acquaintance, family, business, etc. The theory views social relationships in terms of nodes and ties. Nodes are individuals in the network while ties are the relationships between them.
Every day, dozens of new Internet communities are springing up to connect far-flung groups of users who share common interests such as dating, music, sports, hobbies and other passions. In the business world, social networks help professionals share industry expertise and facilitate business networking. Social Networking is fastest growing as a popular quality set for a range of business models. By include a website power-driven with social networking functionality, your visitors can insert value to your website themselves. In reality, there communication is your achievement.
We are specialized in development custom social networking website with a reputation for excellence in web 2.0 design, CSS, custom graphic design and practical originality. Our expertise is in applying our broad social networking experience and innovations to various niches and vertical markets for new or existing technology companies. We build extensible, flexible web applications using standards compliant xHTML/CSS/PHP/mySQL with innovative AJAX usage and browser compatible, w3 certified, section 508 compliant coding. We build social networking applications that are scaleable, tested, and extremely custom, while providing resources like documentation and ongoing support when needed.
Additionally, our experience resides in marketing social networking via social media marketing websites as well as focusing on usability and user experience to ensure the highest quality experience. In addition to building custom social network solutions, we also offer development services to build around the Ning platform as well as Facebook applications as a part of our two-pronged social networking service approach.