Can A Christian Social Networking Site Compete With Facebook?

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Social networking is exploding according to Media Life Magazine "Ad spending on social networks will grow 55 percent this year". The established players are dominating the internet and it seems that there is no stopping them. Now that Christians have a comparable social networking site, are they ready to dump Facebook?

First there was Friendster then Xanga then MySpace now Facebook – this is an understandable progression of social networking. So why is the Christian social site MyBlab becoming so popular? MyBlab is quickly spreading across the internet and making a dent in the social networking universe. Millions could potentially migrate away from Facebook in order to support a Christian based social site. Facebook is such a dominant force and even with its troubles (i.e. privacy and security problems, cultural issues, etc.); one would question whether a Christian site can even come close to dethroning it. And because of its Christian vibe, MyBlab does not seem to fit the natural progression of the social network evolution (which might be a good thing).

Website speed is crucial for the popularity and growth of any site. A site speed test of MyBlab compared to other similar popular sites using a speed comparison tool at showed some surprising results. Here are the results based on load time speed per KB: .01 seconds .01 seconds .01 seconds .01 seconds .01 seconds .06 seconds .02 seconds

As you can see the load time speed of all the top sites is .01 seconds per KB. Facebook has a shockingly slow load speed of .06 seconds per KB. is the clear winner in load speed.

MyBlab is very clean, has great features and is easy to navigate. The user profiles are original and sleek – not a copy of Facebook. There are also Music and Video sections and Band/Artist profiles. MyBlab has exceedingly impressive quality, speed, functionality and features. Definitely worth checking out:


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