After banning on FACEBOOK, I am searching for another Social Networking Site for our Pakistani peoples and I have founded an alternate of FACEBOOK and it is better than Facebook. Its VK, we should join this Social Networking,
Most of you probably familiar with Facebook – the unsinkable flagship, the mother of all social networks around the world, but it won’t be our focus today. Three years ago Russian comrades took a look at Facebook and decided that: “The hell with it…. We will build our own with “blackjack and hookers!” Three years went by, and a social network known as vk.com appears with no less than 45 million users. Wait! Don’t discard vk.com yelling who needs it if we have Facebook because I will explain why you do need it.
It is a known fact that on the streets of Russia there are bears roaming freely with balalaika’s and cap hats which is probably the reason why copyright fighters haven’t come to Russia yet… ATTENTION!!!! In vk.com ocial network you will find multi-million library containing free mp3 files, you can listen on-line to whatever you feel like without any limitations, and believe me, there is plenty to listen to (take a look at the screen shot bellow). It is unbelievably simple – following the registration (absolutely free) in the search field simply enter audio files search, and VIOLA, you have found your happiness! I suppose advanced users don’t need an explanation as to how files are downloaded.
Here is some information I collected from Wikipedia.
VKontakte (Russian: ВКонтакте, internationally branded VK) is the most popular social network service in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. Because of its design and functionality, VKontakte is often claimed to be a clone of Facebook, accommodating not only a similar concept, but also a comparable business model. However, its incorporation of other features makes it more like YouTube, Pandora, and MySpace rolled into one, with an interface highly reminiscent of Facebook.
Since 2007, major Russian companies have been sending job offers via VKontakte. Most of the site’s users are university and high school students. However, as the site’s popularity increases, more and more people are joining, many of whom are youths of various age groups.
In English “V Kontakte” is literally translated as “In Contact”, but basically means “In Touch”.