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India in the ‘Social Networking’ Scene
Feb 18, 2010  published in content
Keywords: Facebook, India, Indian IT act, Jonathan Schwartz, Mumbai, public domain, Shashi Tharoor, Social Networking, Sun’s CEO, tweet, Twitter
Social networking sites in India seem to be gathering more storm as they become more active than ever before and part and parcel of the ‘social’ Indian’s lifestyle. A semblance of ‘cult’ impact is being witnessed as Indians begin to conform to unconventional, untraditional methods of social networking. When Sun’s CEO, Jonathan Schwartz, recently tweeted his resignation on February 3, it created a furore, the world sat up and noticed. Imagine a scenario such as this in India, when on an early ...
By Shobha Sivakumar
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India rises to become an investment friendly destination at last
Feb 09, 2010  published in content
Every year come 9th January, when the winter chills set in and migratory birds come flocking in India’s sanctuaries from far away lands such as Siberia, Europe and the Pacific, an altogether different movement starts becoming perceptible on the horizon as the Indian Diaspora comes swooping in varied plumages and numbers for a quaint annual ritual called the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas. Started initially as a channel by the Indian Government to make an estimated 25 million non resident Indians ...
By Suparna Banerjee
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Why 'lurkers' in social networks do not contribute?
Oct 13, 2009  published in content
In most online communities, 90% of users are lurkers who never contribute, 9% of users contribute a little, and 1% of users account for almost all the action. For this reason a community cannot be judged by the number of members it has. Because only a small fraction of them become active contributors.   Lurkers can be one of the most frustrating factors of community building. But lurkers should not be simply dismissed. The very fact that they have registered to your site is an endorseme...
By Abhijit Banerjee
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