Social networking is all the rage, allowing friends and groups to connect, chat, share photos and videos along with the details of their daily lives. Friendster is one of the oldest social networks, with more than 75 million members both in the US and in Asian communities around the world. Founded in 2001, Friendster is a social networking site aimed at people over 18, who communicate and share the things that are important to them. To get started, you can import your friends from one of several popular email providers.
Like other social networks, the key element of participating in Friendster is creating a profile. You can upload a photo, add details about your age, location and interests and even keep your own blog. Friendster does not allow explicit content and aims to provides a clean social networking environment. It also includes privacy controls that limit who can see your full profile and allow you to block individual users or users from certain countries. If you want to connect with real friends while cutting down on spam, then Friendster will suit you.
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