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Alternative Social Networks

If you are planning to create your social network e.g. similar to Facebook. Here's a short list of alternative software's:

Open Source and Free​
Commercial Social Networks software
Something to check when selecting your next social network platform.
  • Un-encrypted codes, better if it is a open source code.
  • Affordable price
  • Check features or add-on, basic stuff like themes, photo upload, video upload
  • Responsive design
  • Social Network login using Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and others.
  • Security for Admin and Users. For Admin where they can update without leaving the websites just like WordPress security updates. For Users, two factor authentication should be implemented.
  • Easy exporting of data
  • and other basic stuff to manage your own social networks.
Are you using any of these social networks. Share your thoughts.

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