There’s no doubt social media has changed so many lives – not just in America, but throughout the entire world.
Communication, no matter how far away someone else may be (as long as they have a decent internet connection 😊), has become easier than ever.
Marketing has evolved in ways few people expected it to, too.
And yet, social media platforms continue to come and go.
Here is a list of the 10 most legendary social media sites to go by the wayside since the web began.
DailyBooth was a photoblogging site that encouraged users to take a daily picture with a caption.
Similar to modern-day Instagram, the now-defunct photo-oriented social platform launched about a year and half prior to Instagram’s launch, then officially shut down at the end of 2012.
Following its launch in February of 2009, DailyBooth gained popularity when celebrities and influencers began joining the social network, which hit its 1 millionth photo in September 2009.
Less than six months later, it reached 3 million photos uploads and 10 million comments.
In April 2012, Airbnb took over the DailyBooth team to aid in the travel website’s overall mission and at the end of that year, DailyBooth was nothing more than a memory.
FriendFeed was a social-aggregating website that launched in 2007.
Founded by a group of former Google employees, FriendFeed essentially used other social networks to build its own network, focusing on relevancy and usefulness on those sites then consolidating updates on its platform.
Facebook bought FriendFeed in 2009 for $15 million cash and $32.5 million in stock. The social networking giant closed FriendFeed down for good in April 2015.
8. iTunes Ping
This Apple-owned social networking site had an obvious emphasis on music and was lucky enough to launch with more than 1 million users in 2010.
But even that couldn’t save it.
Launched as a built-in component to iTunes in its 10th edition, the service allowed users to follow artists and get updates from…
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