How to design a good SNS (Social Networking Site) with simple and effective interface and making it popular?
Updated by Anonymous Designer on July 18, 2012
You're kidding, right? That's not really a one-answer, forum sort of question.
You're asking how to emulate something that already exists and is used by millions worldwide, then somehow make it popular despite the product already existing and having a monopoly on the marketplace. What you actually need is a new idea, learn how to build it, build it, then market it.
Updated by MrShoes on April 10, 2012
Agree with MrShoes. Watch the "Social Network" (although it may not be completely accurate) and see how much effort Mark went through to build Facebook
Updated by Mike123 on April 12, 2012
Why don't you just think of an idea that will give rise to web 3.0(web 2.0's kinda old now)? I'm thinking vector everything and still, have really good speed. What do you think?
Updated by Vlence Leuth on April 13, 2012
do it only when you have a really good idea
Updated by omidh on April 22, 2012
Hi Anonymous Designer,
I think it's great you want to develop something. However, every piece of advice that everyone has given makes perfect sense, not just business wise, but also in realistic point of view too.
From my experience it's hard for any start-up to get off the ground, but when your market is already saturated, out funded, loaded with skill and experienced team members, you've lost before you have even started.
In most cases, not all, but in most, identify a problem and try to solve it. You'll find people will be more than willing to pay you for your product or service if you solve a problem that, they have.
All the best though.
Updated by GetWaz on April 25, 2012
Basically you need a good idea, then work for it and what's new on your idea that millions of people will gonna patronize or use it on their everyday life.then market it. ; )
Updated by businessbook on June 29, 2012
Well, if you look at what it is today and how it grew into what it is, then you will at least need to cover all those bases and then still have your own USP(s) on top.
If you want some actual ideas then PM me!
Updated by rarebit on July 18, 2012