A Handy Guide to Internet Networking

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Social Seeker, a newly launched web site, serves as your Lonely Planet to navigate the world of online social networking.

Parents, you need worry no longer about who your kids are meeting online. Social Seeker, a new web site, categorizes Internet social networking services, sorting them by interest and demographic.

“As the Internet grows, so does the number of social networking web sites, and not all of them are reliable or trustworthy,” says Matt Rice of Social Seeker. “Social Seeker can match you up with exactly the kind of networking you wish to do, pointing you towards web sites that you will find effective.”

Social Seeker (available online at http://www.socialseeker.com) allows users to review and rate networking web sites, incorporating video feedback for greater efficacy. The web site provides crucial information for parents who wish to monitor and moderate the Internet services their children subscribe to or use.

In addition, Social Seeker offers a host of other Internet monitoring tools. Users signing up can list out their interests and preferences, upon which Social Seeker shows a list of services that will suite the profile. Users can also run a category-specific search to explore the world of Internet social networking.

“Social networking is of no use unless it gives you what you want – friendship, professional support, romance or people with common interests,” says Rice. “Social Seeker directs people towards getting what they want out of the Internet’s vast, vast world of social networking. ”


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