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Erytanek T
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1/11/2013 | 3:33:37 PM
re: 10 Social Networks For Special Interests
This is a very good post. Vertical social media will only continue to be on the rise as people find way to connect with people of common interests globally. This shall be send in many disciplines as people retract from the generalities offered by twitter, facebook, google+, just to name a few. To add to the list of vertical upcoming sites are ihadcancer.com and Zhleet.com
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1/10/2013 | 6:26:23 PM
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