LDS Application on Facebook

If you haven’t added the LDS App on Facebook, you should check it out. It allows you to include on Facebook some of your LDS interests and background. You have the option whether or not to include the information on your personal profile. New features: Share...
Facebook is Huge

Facebook is Huge

Every day, the social networking giant Facebook is becoming a larger part of the overall Internet experience. More than 175 million people have joined since its founding in 2005, and its users contribute millions of pieces of content every day. Every day in February...
Top Sites for Women: Online Communities

Top Sites for Women: Online Communities

In February 2008, it was reported that comScore ranked Women’s Communities as the fastest growing category of sites on the Internet, growing 35% from Dec 06 to Dec 07.  Below is a list of the top Web sites, at that time, in that category: comScore MediaMetrix...
Current Use of Social Networks

Current Use of Social Networks

Who’s using Facebook? Inside Facebook, an independent blog that reports on the Facebook platform, found that the faces on Facebook are looking older these days. 45% of the social network’s US users are ages 26+ and nearly 25% are over 34. In fact, women 55+ are...

What is Digg?

Digg is a place for people to discover and share the best content from anywhere on the Web. You can submit articles and other Digg users vote them up or down. That way, the articles on the main page are those that the community finds to be the most interesting or...
To Blog or Not to Blog?

To Blog or Not to Blog?

There has been much said recently about members of the Church using the Internet to share the gospel. (see Sharing the Gospel Using the Internet By Elder M. Russell Ballard)  Elder Ballard and Church Public Affairs have encouraged members to create blogs, leave...

Teens and Content Creation

93% of U.S. teens use the Internet, and more of them than ever are treating it as a venue for social interaction. As they embrace the conversational nature of interactive online media, they find it easier to share creations, tell stories, and interact with others....

What Are Social Networks?

Online social networks are communities of people who share common interests and activities. Social networking sites provide the ability to create a personal profile and various ways to interact with other people, such as  messaging, e-mail, video, text or voice chat,...

LDS Teaching Ideas at LDSTeacher.com

Check out LDS Teacher, a new social site for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to discuss teaching and learning in the Church and at home.

Social Bookmarks on LDS Media Talk

We think you’ll like this new feature on LDS Media Talk. At the end of every post is a series of social bookmarking icons you can use to store, organize, search, and rate the posts on LDS Media Talk. You can now use digg, Facebook, del.icio.us, Reddit, Newsvine,...

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