The most famous social networking site



Here are the best and most famous social networking sites, famous in all foreign and Arab countries, and they may be the most used and most popular and daily visits.
 Today we will discuss some sites and I will mention to you 21 sites that will be the most famous and profitable on the Internet.

Whether you are an excellent social media marketer, a marketer looking to venture into social media marketing, or a business owner looking to take advantage of social media, it pays to know the most popular social media sites around.
 This will allow you to maximize your brand's reach on social media, interact with the right people, and achieve your goals on social media.

Of course, it's not just about the size of social media.
 It's also whether a social media site is a perfect fit for your business and you.
 Does it fit your brand image? Is your target audience using this social media site? How many social media sites can you manage at one time?

To make things easier for you, I have done some research and compiled information on the 21 best social media sites of 2019. Some of them will be familiar to you and others may seem strange to you. 
It can be helpful to read more about social media that might be great for your brand but haven't explored it yet.

One of the most popular social media sites in 2020
Here are the 21 best and most popular social networking sites:





1. Facebook.com - 2.23 billion MAUs

Facebook is the largest social networking site around the world, with more than two billion people using it every month.
 Almost a third of the world's population! There are more than 65 million companies using Facebook Pages and more than six million advertisers promoting their activity on Facebook, making it a safe bet if you want to be on social media.

It's easy to get started on Facebook because almost every content format works great for Facebook - texts, images, videos, live videos, and stories.
 But note that Facebook's algorithm prioritizes content that sparks meaningful conversations and interactions between people, especially those from family and friends.
 If you want to know more about success with Facebook's algorithm update, Brian Peters, our Strategic Partnership marketer, has shared the secrets of the new algorithm and what you can do to thrive on Facebook.


Also, remember to optimize your content for mobile as 94 percent of Facebook users access Facebook via the mobile app.



 2. YouTube.com - 1.9 billion MAUs

YouTube is a video sharing platform where users watch 1 billion hours of videos every day.
 To start, you can create a YouTube channel for your brand where you can upload videos for subscribers to view, like, comment and share.

Besides being the second-largest social media site, YouTube (owned by Google) is also often known as the second largest search engine after Google. (So ​​if you want your brand to be on "YouTube," I recommend reading it on YouTube SEO.)

Finally, you can also advertise on YouTube to increase your reach on the platform.

3. WhatsApp.com - 1.5 billion MAUs

WhatsApp is a messaging app used by people in more than 180 countries.
 Initially, WhatsApp was only used by people to communicate with their family and friends. 
Gradually, people started communicating with companies via WhatsApp. (When I was in Bangkok to purchase a new suit, I reached out to Al Khayyat via WhatsApp .)

WhatsApp is building its business platform to allow companies to have a suitable business profile, provide customer support, and share updates with customers about their purchases.
 For small businesses, it built a WhatsApp Business app while for medium and large businesses there is a WhatsApp Business AP I. Here are some stories of how companies use WhatsApp.


4. Messenger.com - 1.3 billion MAUs

Messenger used to be a messaging feature within Facebook, and since 2011 Facebook has made Messenger a separate app on its own and has expanded a lot in its features.
 Businesses can now advertise, create chatbots, send newsletters, and more on Messenger.
 These features have given companies a myriad of new ways to interact and communicate with their customers.

If you are thinking of using Messenger for your business, here are seven ways you can use Messenger to market you.

5. WeChat.com - 1.06 billion MAUs

WeChat has grown from a messaging app, just like WhatsApp and Messenger, to an all-in-one platform.
 In addition to messaging and calls, users can now use WeChat to shop online, make offline payments, transfer money, make reservations, book taxis, and more.

WeChat is most popular in China and some parts of Asia.
 If you do business in those areas (where social media platforms like Facebook are blocked ), WeChat might be a good alternative.

6. Instagram.com - 1 billion MAUs

Instagram is a photo and video sharing app for social media.
 It allows you to share a wide range of content such as photos, videos, stories, and live videos.
 She also recently launched IGTV for feature-length videos.

As a brand, you can have an Instagram business profile, which will provide you with rich analytics for your profile and posts and the ability to schedule Instagram posts using third-party tools.
To help you get started and succeed, here's our complete guide to Instagram marketing.

7. QQ.com - 861 million MAUs

QQ is an instant messaging platform that is very popular among Chinese youth.
 (It is used in 80 countries and is also available in many other languages.) In addition to instant messaging features, it also enables users to decorate their avatars, watch movies, play online games, shop online, blog, and pay.

I have to admit that I don't know much about QQ but Carrie Law from ClickZ has written a helpful brief introduction to QQ for marketers.
 It seems that while QQ, a native desktop platform, was being used as the best social media platform in China, WeChat, a messaging app from the same parent company, has taken its place.

8. Tumblr.com - 642 million MUVs

Tumblr is a microblogging and social networking site for sharing texts, images, links, videos, audios, and more.
 People share a wide range of things on Tumblr from pictures of cats to art to fashion.

On the surface, Tumblr's blog can look just like any other website. A lot of blogs you come across online may use Tumblr!

If you want to consider Tumblr for your marketing, Viral Tag has written a starting guide for Tumblr Marketing.

 9. Qzone.com - 632 million MAUs


Qzone is another social media platform based in China, where users can upload multimedia, write blogs, play games, and decorate their virtual spaces.

According to several people on Quora, Qzone appears to be more popular among teens (while WeChat is more popular among adults).
 But it appears that the rise of mobile-based platforms like WeChat has caused desktop-based platforms like Qzone to drop in popularity.

10. Tik Tok.com - 500 million MAUs

Tik Tok (also known as Douyin in China) is a rising music video social network.
 It was the world's most downloaded app in the first quarter of 2018, beating Facebook, Instagram, and other social media apps.

My initial impression is that it's similar to Instagram for short music videos (although I'm sure it's more of that).
 Users can record and edit videos of up to 60 seconds, add music and special effects.

While it is most popular in Asia, my hunch is that its popularity may spread to the West.
 It recently acquired Musical.ly, a similar music video social network where 

11. Sina Weibo.com - 392 million MAUs.

Sina Weibo is often known as Twitter for Chinese users (since Twitter is banned in China).
 It has features similar to Twitter - 140-character microblogging, photo and video uploading commenting, checking accounts.


12. Twitter.com35 million MAUs

Twitter is a social networking site for news, entertainment, sports, politics, and more.
 What makes Twitter different from most other social media sites is that it focuses heavily on real-time information - things that are happening right now.
 For example, one of the defining moments in Twitter history was when Janice Crums tweeted a picture of a plane landing in the Hudson River while he was on the ferry to transport passengers.

Another unique feature of Twitter is that it only allows 280 characters in a tweet (140 for Japanese, Korean, and Chinese), unlike most social media sites that have a much higher limit.

Twitter is also often used as a channel for customer service. According to advertisers on Twitter, more than 80 percent of social customer service requests occur on Twitter.
 Salesforce is called Twitter "The New 1-800 Number for Customer Service". There are several customer service tools on social media, such as Buffer Reply, now available to help you manage social customer service conversations.

13. Reddit.com 30 million MAUs

Reddit, also known as the front page of the internet, is a platform where users can send, discuss, and vote questions, links, and images, up or down.

There are subreddits (i.e. dedicated forums) for just about anything under the sun (and above). However, subcategories have different levels of engagement, so it's great to research to see if there are common affiliate links your brand could be a part of.
 For example, r / social media tends to be very quiet so we rarely use Reddit.

Besides submitting your content to Reddit and participating in discussions, you can also find content ideas and advertise on Reddit.

14. Baidu Tieba.com00 million MAUs

Baidu Tieba is a Chinese online forum created by Baidu, the largest Chinese search engine in the world.
 My interpretation of describing Wikipedia is that Baidu Tieba looks similar to Reddit, where users can create a chat thread on any topic and interact with one another.

15. LinkedIn.com 94 million MAUs


LinkedIn is now more than just a resume and job search site.
 It has evolved into a professional social media site where industry experts share content, connect with each other, and build their personal brand.
 It has also become a place for companies to establish their intellectual leadership and authority in their industry and attract talent to their company.

To help you grow your LinkedIn Company Page followers, we've written a blog post covering a simple five-step strategy.

Provides LinkedIn also advertising opportunities, such as the promotion of your content, and send personalized ads to mailboxes contained in LinkedIn, and display ads next to the site.  

16. Viber.com60 million MAUs

 Looks like Viber completely key social messaging applications such as WhatsApp and Messenger.
 It allows users to send messages, multimedia, call, share stickers, GIFs, and more.

However, Viber offers many opportunities for businesses.
 As a business, you can buy ads and promote your brand through posters, engage your community, and showcase your products in the shopping section and provide customer service.

17. Snapchat.com55 million MAUs

Snapchat is a social media app that focuses on sharing photos and short videos (known as snaps) between friends.
 It made formatting of stories popular, which eventually spread to other social media platforms like Instagram.
 But the rise of Instagram stories appears to have hindered the growth of Snapchat and the interest of marketers in using Snapchat for their brands in general.

If you are not familiar with Snapchat, here is a beginner's guide to Snapchat.
 Or if you are hesitant between Snapchat and Instagram, we have written a small comparison between Snapchat and Instagram for brands.

18. Pinterest.com50 million MAUs

Pinterest is a place where people go to discover new things and get inspiration, unlike most social media sites where interaction is the primary focus.
 According to Pinterest, 78 percent of users say content on Pinterest from brands is helpful (much higher than that on other sites).

 This gives your brand a unique opportunity to shape purchasing decisions.

Since Pinterest users want to be inspired to try or buy new things, being on Pinterest can help put your brand in their minds.
 Here are some tips for using Pinterest for Business that the Pinterest team shared with us.

19. Line.com 03 million MAUs

The line is a multi-purpose social messaging app that allows users to send messages, share stickers, play games, make payments, order taxis, and shop online.
 It is the most popular messaging app in Japan and it is also popular in other regions of Asia.

Brands can create official Line accounts to share news and promotions, which will appear in the timeline of their followers.

20. Telegram.com 00 Million MAUs

Telegram is similar to most social messaging apps and is often known for how safe it is as a messaging app.

There are many ways that brands can benefit from Telegram, along with providing one-on-one customer support.
 For example, brands can create chatbots for the Telegram platform or take advantage of the Telegram channel feature to broadcast messages to an unlimited number of subscribers.

21. Medium.com0 million MAUs

The medium is an online publishing platform with a social network component.
 You can post on Medium for free and read most articles for free. Some articles are reserved for paying members only.

Besides posting original content on Medium, it's quite common for brands to repost their blog posts from company blogs to Medium to expand their reach. (This is what we do here at Buffer.)

If you want to try Medium, we've written a guide to Medium for marketers and posted a blog on the nine strategies we tried on Medium.


1 – Facebook


2 – WhatsApp

9 – Google+ ( No Longer Available )




19- LinkedIn


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