Saturday, April 12, 2014

(I-Z) List of Legit Ad Networks and Affiliate Programs


IndustryBrains serves CPC contextual text and graphical ads with rates determined by bids advertisers place for specific categories. Unsold inventory can be used for rich media graphical ads that are paid when users view an ad (the ads are interactive).

Kitara Media

Kitara Media represent quality sites, securing high CPM rates for your ad inventory. They will also provide guidance in implementing traffic strategies and revenue solutions.


Kontera serves inline text ads, using your own text as ad units. Keywords are automatically turned into links to relevant ads. Kontera provides more control and better usability than some of the other networks that offer inline text ads.


LeaderMarkets is an affiliate network that runs email and search CPA campaigns. They guarantee the highest payouts by matching any offer at a higher rate you find elsewhere.


LinkConnector is an affiliate network that offers additional programs besides the standard pay per lead or pay per sale campaigns. They also offer programs that include pay per call (if a user places a call to the merchant) as well as pay per go (rewards for specific outbound clicks on merchant's site).


LinkShare is an affiliate network that offers a robust tracking technology that is not cookie based, ensuring accurate and complete tracking. They also provide an array of publisher tools for better usability and earnings analysis.


LinkWorth offers a variety of ways to monetize your site, including text link ads, inline text ads, hosted content (an advertiser writes part of your content), and paid blog posts. They also offer services for publishers to drive traffic, such as directory listings and press release submissions.


MaxBounty is an affiliate network promoting an "open advertising network" which allows affiliates direct communication with the merchants.


MIVA exclusively serves CPC targeted text and inline text ads. You can select keywords that trigger ads when their contextual matching technology does not find an ad to serve that matches your content.


OrangeFeed provides ads for your feed including several ad formats not available on other feed advertising networks. Not only can you display a text ad at the bottom of your items, you can also have inline ads (max 1 link per article) as well as headline ads.

Pepperjam Network

Pepperjam Network provides publishers with an ad widget which allows customized contextual ads from one or multiple advertisers at the same time. You can mix ads from any merchant partner to make the most out of your ad space.


Pheedo delivers ads in your feed. Even if you are using another feed management service, Pheedo can still serve their ads through it too, allowing better inventory fill for your feed ad space.


PrimaryAds is an affiliate network that provides dedicated support and selective offer acceptance. Each offer is "tested" before they are made available through the network. They also offer flexible payment terms (checks can be sent weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly).


RealTechNetwork gives 70% revenue share and guarantees 100% sell-through of your traffic. They offer many different ad units and use behavioral and contextual targeting to serve the most relevant ads. They require 25,000 impressions per month to join.

Revenue Science

Revenue Science offers innovative solutions to publishers who are interested in delivering targeted ads and having flexibility with their inventory sales. They have several publishing tools that allows different levels of targeting and includes a Targeting Marketplace to sell inventory to other resellers as well.


RevenuePILOT is a pay per click search affiliate network that gives 60% for each click through revenue generated through a search on your site. You can choose keywords to decide which type of listings to show. CPC rate varies with keywords and you can check current prices on to see what keywords are worth.


Revver attaches ads to videos uploaded to their site. As the creator of the video, you can then earn revenue from those ads by showing it on your site or sharing it with others. You can also share other people's videos too, earning revenue for both you and the creator.


Rydium runs content-relevant ads, offering a variety of creatives and targeting features. They require a minimum of 1 million page views per month.


Scratch//Back is an innovative system that allows users to "tip" you and in return you "give back" links or images. Users who tip are allowed to display a text link or image with a custom message on mouseover. You can set your own rates and listing preferences and remove any listing with no refund to the tipper.


Text-Link-Ads sell text links on your pages. You allocate a space on your page for their links, submit which pages you want to sell on, and they'll put your space in their marketplace. They take 50% of the revenue and rates are based on your Google PageRank, which has to do with how many sites link to your page. The more popular the page (based on links), the higher the rate for an ad on the page. Text-Link-Ads also offer paid text links in your feeds via the Feedvertising option. You can use the space to sell text links through Text-Link-Ads (the same way they sell text links for your site) or put your own ads in there. The Feedvertising option is only available to WordPress users.


Mirago is a leading network in Europe, so if you have a lot of European traffic, they can monetize your inventory with content-targeted links.

Vizi Direct

Vizi Direct offers 100% fill rate (including international traffic) with no default or house ads and runs only impression based campaigns.

(A-H) List of Legit Ad Networks and Affiliate Programs

Common acronyms of online advertising:
  • CPM - cost is calculated by impression. You are paid when an ad is shown.
  • CPC - cost of ads are calculated based on number of clicks. You are paid when someoneclicks on an ad.
  • CPA - cost per action. You are paid when the visitor does something -- for example, filling out a form or buying a product.

24/7 Real Media

24/7 Real Media offers standard graphic ad units with CPM and CPC campaigns. The account managers are really responsive, but their interface is horrible. Going through the advertisers and checking your earnings is a really convoluted and slow process.

ad pepper

Ad pepper can provide exclusive or non-exclusive representation for your ad inventory. They offer many types of CPM ads including graphic, contextual, and integrated text links.


AdBrite offers CPC, CPA, and CPM in a variety of formats including text ads, inline ads, banners, video, full page ads, ads in photos. You can set your own price and run ads from another ad network if AdBrite can't supply an advertiser at your asking price.


AdDynamyx offers CPM and CPC graphic ads featuring Fortune 500 Advertisers. They serve standard ad units as well as various types of pop unders and floating ads.


AdEngage shows targeted text ads (they now have PhoText Ads which includes a small image with the text). They sell ads as a weekly sponsorship package with your ad space priced by week. You set your own rate, but advertisers can see your stats, so they can evaluate your cost per click anyway. If your inventory isn't purchased, CPC ads are displayed.


Adfish is a small affiliate network and only offers CPA ads. They don't have an overwhelming number of advertisers, so it's a good place for a beginner to learn the ropes of affiliate marketing.


adknowledge offers targeted CPC graphic and text ads, as well as email and search campaigns. They use behavioral targeting to serve the most relevant ads, and boast having over 50,000 advertisers vying for your ad space.

AdOn Network

AdOn Network offers CPM (they call it CPV--cost per view--for some reason) text and graphic ads. You can't sign up online--you will need to shoot them an email and a representative will contact you.


ADSDAQ runs text and graphical CPM ads and allows you to set your CPM rate. They also use performance stats to serve the highest performing ads first, which benefits both the advertiser and publisher.


Adsmart serves the U.S. and U.K. extensively, requiring a minimum of either 70% USA traffic or 70% UK traffic, and 100,000 monthly page views. They offer CPM and CPC campaigns and pays out 55% of net sales revenue.


adsonar claims to "raise the relevancy bar" by delivery content-targeted ads better than other networks. Advertisers bid for placement and run if it meets your minimum bid requirement.


Adtegrity does not accept ads that do not meet their ad quality standards, such as Adult material, excessively flash ads, or "ads simply in bad taste." They also don't run PSA's or default ads that has no revenue potential. They offer CPM and CPC ads and guarantee 100% sellout of your inventory. They require 500,000 page views/month and 50% USA traffic.


AdToll allows you to set your own price and pays 75% commission. They offer CPM and CPC ads in all the standard ad units, including Video Ads as well as a new ad unit called a Peel Away Ad where an ad is hidden under your page and is activated upon a mouseover by a user. claims to be the largest online advertising network. They offer rev-share, CPA, and CPM pricing options that you can set the minimum for. You need a healthy two million impressions per month to join (their affiliate program does not have a minimum traffic requirement).

Amazon Associates

Amazon Associates is one of the most popular affiliate programs because it is easy to sign up and implement. Amazon offers many different types of ad units to fit your needs (automated ads or publisher generated links for specific products). If a visitor clicks on your link and actually purchases something from Amazon, you get a percentage of the sale.


AzoogleAds is a large affiliate network serving CPA ads from Fortune 1000 and Fortune 500 companies. They offer solutions for search, web and email campaigns.


Bannerconnect specializes in both US and EU markets and offer 100% fill rate for worldwide traffic. If you get substantial traffic around the world, they can provide the inventory for those page views. They offer CPM, CPC and CPA ads.


BannerSpace offers different levels of representation depending on your traffic and exclusivity. They can take over your entire sales department by putting a team on your site and managing your entire inventory. They can also work with your existing sales team to fill remnant inventory. For small to mid-sized sites (less than 20,000 daily page views), they work like most ad networks, supplying CPM/CPC ads to fill up your inventory.


BardozoMedia provides "targeted and optimized" graphic ads to publishers at at a net share of 70%. They cover the U.S., Canada, and Europe.


BidVertiser serves CPC text ads on your site as well as your feed. Rates are determined by advertisers who bid on your ad space.


BlogAds specializes in selling advertisement on blogs. Their ad unit combines images with mult-linked text. You can set your own prices (they take 30%) and write your own blog description to sell your ad space. You need to be invited by a current blog member in order to join.

lue FN

Blue FN is an ad network that features financial services advertisers. All their ads are either CPC or CPA and your site must contain finance-related content.

Bravenet Media

Bravenet Media supports on-site advertising programs, email sponsorships, co-registration forms, and other specialty media programs. They only accepts sites with a minimum of 1 million ad views per month.

Burst Media

Burst Media has two different programs in their network. Burst Network focuses on Target Advertising sold on a CPM basis. Non-targeted Advertising campaigns are sold at lower CPMs and include CPC ads to fill up inventory. They keep 50% of the ad revenue but offer better rates for publishers who agree to one year or three years exclusivity. Burst Direct is the other program they offer that run performance-driven campaigns. They take a much smaller cut (35%), but the revenue potential is probably more uncertain.


Chitika offers one-of-a-kind ad products that provides powerful and integrated promotions. They are all CPA ads for products, so is a good network to use if your site is related to shopping or has a good tie in with products. Chitika offers a wide variety of categories and ad units to choose from, so you have more control over the type of products to feature instead of depending on keywords to be picked up by their ad server.


ClickBank is an affiliate network with over 10,000 products available. Commissions range from 1% to 75% with a minimum commission for a single sale at $0.25 and the maximum at $100.


Clickbooth is an affiliate network that has been around for more than a few years. They test all their offers to ensure income potential and gives weekly payouts to top publishers. They also donate a portion of their revenue to charitable causes.


Clicksor offers both inline text ads as well as targeted text and graphic ads in various sizes. You can choose from CPC, CPM, or CPV ads and earn up to 60% of the ad revenue share. Their system will evaluate the content on your page and serve relevant, contextual ads.


clixGalore is an affiliate network offering text and graphic ads to promote merchants and earn commission.

Commission Junction

Commission Junction is a popular affiliate network with a huge selection of advertisers. All their ads are CPA or CPL and are offered in different ad units. You do have to get approval from each advertiser separately in order to get the ad code. This adds a cumbersome step when using their program.

Commission Soup

Commission Soup is another affiliate network that offers pay per performance programs exclusively. Similar to Commission Junction, you need to apply to each advertiser's program separately. View their client list


COPEAC offers affiliates top payouts and quick payments using an optimization system that drives traffic to the strongest performing landing pages, increasing conversion rates. Their team will also work with you to create designs that optimize exposure for immediate results.

CPA Empire

CPA Empire focuses on providing a high level of affiliate support to help your campaigns do well. Their initiatives include banner ads, text ads, search marketing, and email promotions. They have over 700 live campaigns.


CrispAds caters to blogs and serves contextual graphic and text ads based on the keywords and advertisers you select. Most are CPC ads unless ads are purchased as a monthly sponsorship at the rate you set. Unlike most networks that have a minimum payout of $25-$100, their minimum is set at a low $5.

CX Digital Media

CX Digital Media is an affiliate network offering CPA campaigns from Fortune 1000 clients. Benefits include twice monthly payments and a rewards program where affiliates can claim prizes based on the money earned. They require 5,000 impressions per month to join.

Direct Media Exchange

Direct Media Exchange auctions impressions to the highest-paying ad network. CPM campaigns are served (with CPC/CPA ads optional) and their marketplace includes many networks such as Adtegrity, BannerConnect, CPX Interactive, Kitara Media, Revenue Science, Rydium, and Vizi Direct. You can tap in to all of these ad networks at the same time and get the highest rate among them.


FeedBurner is a popular network that offers advertising for your feed as well as your site. Their site ads include Google Adsense to get the most inventory fill for your space. Even though FeedBurner does not have a minimum feed count to serve ads, advertisers are unlikely to purchase feeds with low numbers.

Flux Advertising

Flux Advertising is an affiliate network running performance based ads. An account manager will be assigned to you to help guide you to the promotions and offers best suited for your site. This is optimal for those who need more personal attention to get started. They also offer a bonus rewards program where you can claim prizes based on your earnings.

Google Adsense

Google Adsense is the most popular and widely used contextual advertising network. They serve CPC ads (image or text) based on the content on your page. Advertisers bid on keywords so the CPC rate varies from one ad to another.


HerAgency does not work like a typical ad network where ads are dispersed to hundreds of sites at any given time with little discretion. They make buys and create campaigns for sites individually as well as a package of quality women-oriented sites. Their cut ranges from 35-50%, depending on your site's traffic, and the requirement to join is 200,000 monthly page views (and of course, a primarily female audience).

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

5 Best Tips to Get Top Rank in Google in One Month

You read many articles on the web about how to get top rank in Google Search Engine in 3 days 5 days in 10 days but it is not possible to get top in few days because it is all about strategies and techniques which takes time to get top rank in Search Engine. Here are 5 Best Tips and tricks through which you can get top rank in One Month in Search Engine Like, Bing and yahoo etc...
Remember one simple equation of blogging :-
Patience + Smart work + Hard Work = Traffic (Money)

1.     Index Pages in Google Search Results:
                                                                  It is very easy to get Index pages quickly in Google Search Result. there are few techniques which you have to follow to get quickly appear in Google Result. First you have to update your sitemap when you add new page to your website and also update RSS Feed.

2.     Impact of Social Engines:
After this most important factor is to share your newly added page to different social Engine like facebook, twitter and delicious etc… by doing this google will quickly add your link to their search results. Because when google finds that your newly added page is link to many popular sites and these sites have links towards your page then google quickly add your page to their search results.
3.     Added to Web Directories
    Web directories are sites which have list of other websites. In web directories websites are added according to their category. More you add your website to more get top rank in search engine. Google result mechanism is based on backlinks more your website have backlinks more you get top rank in search engine.

4      4.     Put Classified Ads
You can put ads on classifieds sites to get high quality backlinks and traffic to your website. But there is a problem in putting ads in classifieds site is these sites publish your ad for limited time like 30 days 60 days or 90 days  after this you have to renew your ad or publish new one. Below is a link of the list of complete verified list of  Classifed list
More relevant = higher rankings
More popular = higher rankings
Maintaining high quality usually = high rankings

5    5.     SEO of Web Page:
1)       Page Title
2)      Words on the page
3)      Keywords in the URL
4)      (Domain Links) Links to your website as a whole (number and quality of links matter)
5)      (Specific Page Links) Links pointing directly at that page (quality, number, anchor text and Google PageRank of links matter)
6)       Avoiding Google’s quality filters that filter out low quality pages and low quality websites
Get more tips and tricks about online earning visit

Top 40 Search Engine Website of World

1. Facebook: To access, you must create an account on the site which is free. Facebook's terms of use state that members must be at least 13 years old with valid email ID’s. After updating you're details, your Facebook profile is generated. Using you can: 

o Browse and join networks, which are organized into four categories: regions, colleges, workplaces and high schools.
o Pull contacts from a Web-based e-mail account, into
o Find friends in several ways, including search engine to look for a specific person and lot more. 
o Facebook has recently crossed 500 million users and is the most popular Social Networking site of the world. 

2. MySpace: On MySpace, your social network starts growing from the first day. When you join MySpace, the first step is to create a profile. You then, invite friends to join there and search for your friends on already profiled on MySpace these friends become your initial Friend Space. Once the friendship is confirmed all the people in your friends' Friend Space become part of your network. In that sense, everyone on MySpace is in your Extended Network. As part of terms of MySpace, the user must be at least 14 years old to register.

3. Twitter: Twitter is a very simple service that is rapidly becoming one of the most talked-about social networking service providers. When you have a Twitter account, you can use the service to post and receive messages to a network of contacts, as opposed to send bulk email messages. You can build your network of contacts, and invite others to receive your Tweets, and can follow other members' posts. Twitter makes it easy to opt into or out of networks. Additionally, you can choose to stop following a specific person’s feed.

4. LinkedIn: LinkedIn is an online social network for business professionals, which is designed specifically for professional networking, to help them find a job, discover sales leads, connect with potential business partners. Unlike most of the other social networks, LinkedIn does not focus on making friends or sharing media like photos, videos and music. To start using LinkedIn you need to register and create a profile page. To register to LinkedIn, you need to provide personal information. You can update the profile with your education and job details and a summary. Additionally, you can also give and receive recommendations from co-workers and bosses. There are more than 75 million professionals registered on LinkedIn. 

5. Bebo: In the United Kingdom, Bebo is the second best social network. Bebo allows users to create social networking profiles for free. It offers many of the same features as other social networking sites. You can register a free account with Bebo and upload photos, videos and information. The site lets you connect with old friends and make new ones using a unique user interface. The site boasts users from more than a dozen countries, including the United States, Australia, Canada, Poland, France and Germany.

6. Friendster: Friendster was one of the first Web sites to bring it into mass culture. It was designed as a place to connect with friends, family, colleagues and new friends over the Internet. However, it went beyond just a one-way communication. Using Friendster, you can connect with friends and family, meet new people through the connections you already have, find people with similar interests, backgrounds or geographical locations, join groups by activity, school or interest, interact through message posts, games, blogs and application sharing, and share your details with the Internet community. 

7. Hi5: Hi5 shares many similarities with many social network sites; however, it introduces some twists that make it worthwhile for people who love trying out new and interesting online communities. However, it is not one of the popular sites in the United States. This was a strategic move from the founder, therefore, Hi5 claims around 60 million members from more than 200 countries other than the US. One of the site's biggest transformations is the addition of many entertainment options, including games.

8. Habbo: The Habbo online community is inhabited by pixelated, cartoon-character alter egos. You can meet others in public rooms (nightclubs, restaurants, shops) and create private rooms for selected friends. Habbo employees heavily moderate the site, catering to its solid teen user base. Most of the users of Habbo are between the age group of 13 – 18 years. Although, a major part of the users are from the U.S., Habbo social networks is very popular in places like the United Kingdom, Japan, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Finland and more. 

9. NING: Ning is the leading online platform for the world's organizers, activists and influencers to create social experiences that inspire action. It helps you create a safe and secure place online for like-minded people. Ning takes the idea of groups to a whole new level. The ability to create your own community makes Ning a great home away from home for organizations and groups looking to fill the social void.

10. Classmates: is different from most social networks, in the sense that most of its features are available to premium member. The price for premium members depends on the length of the agreement – shorter term results in a higher cost per month. is primarily used to reconnect with old classmates. The site features a search engine that lets you view other people who went to the same school you attended. Creating a basic profile is free and easy. However, most of the advanced features in are only available to paid users. 

11. Tagged: Tagged is a blend of social networking features that MySpace and Facebook users will find very familiar. Tagged was designed to help users meet lots of new people with similar interests in a short amount of time. You can access and register directly or be invited by a friend to join Tagged. This is a free social network that allows you to view your friends’ newly uploaded Tagged photo album. Tagged encourages its users to meet strangers based on shared interests, with the idea of growing your network to meet as many people as possible.

12. myYearbook: myYearbook, the best place to meet new people and one of the 25 most-trafficked sites in the United States. myYearbook has Flash-based games, and the games incorporate Lunch Money (the myYearbook virtual currency). It includes a virtual economy through which people can purchase of gifts which members send to each other. Lunch Money is also donated by members to their favourite charity. In 2010, myYearbook donated money to the Haiti Relief Fund to help victims of the earthquake in Haiti. 

13. Meetup: Meetup is an online social networking portal that facilitates offline group meetings in various localities around the world. It makes it easy for anyone to organize a local group or find one of the thousands already meeting up face-to-face. More than 2,000 groups get together in local communities each day, each one with the goal of improving themselves or their communities. 

14. MyLife: MyLife (formerly is a social network service. MyLife can search over 60 social-networking sites and other information resources on the Web. MyLife searches the web to deliver accurate and timely results. Even in cases when you don't immediately find who you're looking for, MyLife continues searching and provides updates and alerts. MyLife suggests friends and contacts you may know based on your profile information and existing contacts. It also intimates you when someone else is looking for you. MyLife gives you a global view into the most popular sites your friends are part of, including LinkedIn, Facebook and MySpace as well as 50 other sites. 

15. Flixster: Flixster is a social networking site for movie fans. Users can create their own profiles, invite friends, rate movies and actors, and post movie reviews as well. From the site, people can also get information about movies, read user-generated movie reviews and ratings, converse with other users, get movie show times, view popular celebrity photos, read the latest movie news, and view video clips from popular movies and TV shows. also operates leading movie applications on Facebook, MySpace, iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry. 

16. myHeritage: MyHeritage is a family-oriented social network service and genealogy website. It allows members to create their own family websites, share pictures and videos, organize family events, create family trees, and search for ancestors. There are more than 15 million family trees and 91 million photos on the site, and the site is accessible in over 35 languages. 

17. Multiply: Multiply is a vibrant social shopping destination, but faster and more convenient, where sellers and buyers interact. A user's network is made up of their direct contacts, as well as others who are closely connected to them through their first-degree relationships. Users are also encouraged to specify the nature of their relationship with one another, making it possible to share content based on relationship. Many shoppers in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam have made the Multiply Marketplace a favourite shopping destination.

18. Orkut: Orkut is a free social networking website where you can create a profile, connect with friends, maintain an online scrapbook and use site features and applications to share your interests and meet others. The prerequisite for logging on to Orkut is that the user must be over 18 years old. Currently, Orkut is the most popular in Brazil. The number of orkut users in India is almost equivalent to those in its original home in the United States.

19. Badoo: Badoo is a multi-lingual social networking website. It is gaining popularity in emerging markets like Russia and Brazil. The site allows users to create profiles, send each other messages, and rate each other’s profile pictures at no cost. However, features that are designed to make user profile more visible to other users are provided at a cost. Badoo includes geographic proximity feature that identifies users’ locations based on analysis of their network connection. This lets users know if there are people near their current location who may wish to meet.

20. Gaia Online: Gaia Online is a mix of social networking and massive multiplayer online role-playing games. It is a leading online hangout for teens and young adults, and offers a wide range of features from discussion forums and virtual towns to fully customizable profiles and avatars. It provides a fun, social environment that inspires creativity and helps people make meaningful connections around shared interests such as gaming, arts and anime. 

21. BlackPlanet: Initially, BlackPlanet was designed as a way for African-American professionals to network. Since then, it's grown and evolved as a site operating under the principles of Web 2.0. Members can read other members' blogs, watch music videos, chat with one another, look for new careers and discuss news. Though BlackPlanet is not restricted to any community, this site is more popular amongst African-American. This site helped Obama to connect to nearly 200,000 potential supporters.

22. SkyRock: is a social networking site that offers its members free web space where they can create a blog, add a profile, and exchange messages with other registered members. The site also offers a specific space for members who create blogs showcasing their original musical compositions. SkyRock is very popular in France and French speaking markets including Switzerland and Belgium. The site is also available in English, German, Dutch and Spanish. It’s very popular in the European Union. 

23. PerfSpot: PerfSpot provides a web portal for people of any age, gender, or background to share their interests and favourite things on the web. PerfSpot currently publishes its site in 37 different languages, with comprehensive moderator team based in the U.S. and the Philippines that screens through up to a million pictures on a daily basis. 

24. Zorpia: is a social network that has a large international community. Zorpia’s features include profile customization, networking features and an incredibly detailed search. Zorpia has an impressive music section featuring popular artists like Ashlee Simpson, Vanessa Hudgens, Alanis Morissette and more. You can purchase a Royal Membership for extra networking options such as an ad–free profile, extra profile design features and unlimited messaging. 

25. Netlog: Netlog (formerly known as Facebox and Bingbox) is a Belgian social networking website specifically targeted at the European youth demographic. On Netlog, you can create your own web page with a blog, pictures, videos, events and much more to share with your friends. Netlog is pageview market leader in Belgium, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Romania and Turkey. In the Netherlands, Germany, France and Portugal, Netlog covers the second place. Pan European, Netlog is the market leader. Netlog is localized in over 25 languages, to enable users from around the world to access the network.

26. Tuenti: Tuenti is an invitation-only private social networking website. It has been referred to as the "Spanish Facebook”, by many social network watchers. It is one of the largest social networking sites in Spain. It allows you to set up a profile, upload photos, link videos and connect and chat with friends. Many other utilities, such as the ability to create events, are also offered. From 2009, utilizing a simple interface, Tuenti user can change their language to Catal├ín, Basque, Galician, and English. Tuenti is also available as an iPhone App. 

27. nasza-klasapl is considered one of the largest and most used social networking sites in Poland. It primarily brings together school's students and alumni. The site is in polish therefore restricting its popularity only to Poland and polish speaking people. Nevertheless, it claims to be the most popular networking site in Poland, and therefore, has found its niche in the competitive social networking space. The site where one might say, new meets old, where the intractability is like Facebook, yet traditional with old styled forums. 

28. IRC-Galleria: IRC Gallery has been one of the most popular social networking sites for over 10 years, in Finland; with over 5.5 lakh registered users, 90% of which use the site regularly. IRC-Galleria is popular within the age group of 18-22. To be able to create an account with this site, at least one of the uploaded images must be accepted by the administrator. While regular users can upload only up to 60 visible images, you have the option to upgrade to VIP status that enables you to upload 10,000 visible images. Using this site, users can communicate with other users, comments on photos, and join over a 100 communities.

29. StudiVZ: StudiVZ is the biggest social networking site in Germany. It is also popular in German-speaking countries like Switzerland and Austria. This site works as a student directory in particular for college and university students in Europe. The site allows students to maintain a personal page that containing their personal information like name, age, study subjects, interests, courses and group memberships (within StudiVZ).

30. Xing: Xing, (formally known as openBC/Open Business Club) is a professional networking tool. It is popular in countries like Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy and France. Xing is similar to LinkedIn and claims to have professionals from over 200 countries. Xing has two features Basic and Premium, depending on weather the user wants to use the site for free or at a cost. It is available in different languages including English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Dutch, Chinese, Finnish, Swedish, Korean, Japanese, Russian, Polish, Turkish and Hungarian; French and German being the most popularly.

31. Renren: Renren (formerly called Xiaonei Network) is one of the largest social networking sites in China, and caters to people of Chinese origin. It is very popular amongst college students. Renren also has a WAP version, which users can access through mobile phones. It features an instant messaging service for its users. Users can use the same username to log in both Renren and Kaixin. Renren appeals more to Chinese college students who use internet cafes, while Kaixin001 targets Chinese white-collar workers who have internet access at work. 

32. Kaixin001: Kaixin001 is a popular professional networking tool in China. The target audience for Kaixin’s, are typically white-collar middle class who come from a first tier city. This site in China is extremely popular among people who work for multinational companies, ad agencies and other white collar companies. Kaixin001 has gained much more popularity since 2009, because social networking sites, such as Myspace, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube were blocked in China.

33. Hyves, pronounced hives (from beehives) is the largest social network in Netherlands, with many Dutch visitors and members. Hyves Payments and Hyves Games, allows you to play games and pay friends through the social network. Hyves provides usual amenities of a social networking site, including profiles, blogs, photos, and so on. ‘Hyven’ (Hyving) became a common word in Dutch, and is gaining popularity across Europe.

34. Millat Facebook: MillatFacebook is a Muslim-oriented social networking website. Originally launched in Pakistan, it has gained popularity in Arab counties as well. This site came into existence after Facebook was banned in Pakisthan. Millatfacebook offers video chat, bulletins, blogs, polls, shout box, and customization of profile page. Members can change the page CSS and design it on their own will. 

35. Ibibo: Ibibo stands for iBuild, iBond. It is an Indian social networking site. It is an umbrella site that offers a variety of applications under its social network. The services offered include games, blogs, photo unlimited storage, mail, messenger, videos, free SMS service, mail, polls and surveys.

36. Sonico: Sonico is a free-access social networking website focused on the Latin American audience. You can do a to rage of things in this site including search and add friends, interact with friends over message, update their own personal profile, manage their privacy, upload photos and videos, organize events, play games with other users. Sonico, more importantly, let’s its members more control over their profile by giving them three distinct profiles that the user can organize based on the need: a private profile, a public profile, and a professional profile. This site is popular in Latin America and other Spanish and Portuguese Speaking Regions. 

37. Wer-kennt-wen: Wer-kennt-wen, is one of the most popular social networking website in Germany. It is by an invitation-only social networking website, and only for people over 14 years old. The site provides the user to write blogs, chat with friends, and write in their guestbook. It provides users a social community for people, to interact with anybody they want. 

38. Cyworld: Cyworld is a South Korean social network service. It has had a big effect on Korea’s Internet culture. Many renowned Korean socialites and celebrities have accounts where they post upcoming tours and works. Cyword has networks in South Korea, China, and Vietnam and is gaining popularity across Asia and the Pacific Island. Users have access to a profile page, photos, drawings and images uploading, an avatar, neighbourhoods, and clubs. 

39. Mixi: Mixi is primarily for Japanese. Mixi offers options to meeting new people, send and receive messages, writing in a diary, read and comment on others' diaries, organize and join communities and invite their friends. The site requires users to own a Japanese cell phone which bars anyone who is not or has not been a resident of Japan.

40. iWiW: iWiW (abbreviation for International Who is Who) is a Hungarian social networking web service. The site is an invite-only website, where a user can provide personal information. Users can search for friends using the search tool. iWiW allows users to log in to external websites using their iWiW credentials. iWiW is also available for iPone and Android.