Social networking is gaining momentum, and you’d hear or see the servers being populated with different styles of social websites. These networking websites are offering plethora of opportunities to interact personally as well as professionally. There has been news round the corner that in the last 2 odd years there have been around 300 or 400 brand new networking/dating startups. These figures clearly tell the story about how social network mania is catching up in the public in general. The best thing about the social network start ups are that they provide the visitors with an initial free chatting and dating service in order to lure the customers.
One important thing that seems to be immediately realized out here is what would be the future of social networking websites. Will they grow or will their popularity fall down with the flux of time. Social networking start ups such as Paird.com, engage.com and justsayhi.com are fast catching the spree, but their chances to cull good amount of interaction and business stands to be notices. Statistics show that many of the social networking websites offering dating and chatting as some of the options can only get 30% turn over per month on an average.
Even, if you go for the popular social networking websites such as the Face book, where approximately over a million users log in annually, there are approximately 75,000, are left at the end of the year. Statistics also show that many of those who make a virtual sign in to social networking start ups belong to the age group of 25 to 30 years.
The trend of the users who sign up for the purpose of online dating is also significantly changing. Most of these users sign up and leave the dating website within 3 or 4 months, only to join another social dating and networking website. New users come in and make an account in the website, and it goes on like this. Though Social networking startups are playing essential role in developing the social interaction, many of these start ups at times deliberately play with the sensitive issues related to a particular ethnicity.