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A. A social networking and microblogging service wherein registered users can read and post messages that can include text, visuals and other links. This service uses hashtags to identity and group messages, and allows users to mention, quote and resend messages of others, regardless of whether they are followed by the users or not. The founder of this service is also the founder and current CEO of a mobile payments company called Square. This platform launched its IPO in 2013. - Twitter
B. A virtual board allowing registered users to create and manage theme-based collections, such as images for brands, events, food and much more. Registered users can browse the boards of others and post their images to their own boards, like and comment on boards, and can create secret boards that are private only to the user and those with whom the user shares the sercret board. This service has a primarily female demographic, though it’s founders were three men. - Pinterest
C. A social networking service with a primary purpose of photo-sharing and video-sharing for registered users on Apple or Android devices. Users can upload photos/videos and apply filters to photos to modify them. Users can also follow the photos/videos of other users and use hashtags. This service was acquired by Facebook in 2012 for $1 billion in cash and stock. - Instagram
D. A social networking and identity service owned and operated by Google, and is the second largest social networking site in the world. In October 2013, this service began focusing on its photography and messaging services. The early adopters of this service were mostly males between 25-34 years old. - Google+
E. A social networking website that allows registered users to maintain a network of individuals with whom they have some level of relationship, called connections, and is primarily for those in professional occupations. This service has been likened to an online Rolodex. - LinkedIn
F. A social networking service comprised of registered users who create personal profiles to exchange messages and visuals, promote businesses, and much more. This service was created by a Harvard University student and was the focus of a major motion picture in 2010. - Facebook
G. This is an example of a content curation platform. - Pulse
H. This is an example of social media management software. - Sysomos
I. This is defined as an “idea, behavior or style that spreads from person to person within a culture” and often used to carry out cultural ideas through text and visual to reach a particular demographic (audience). - Meme
J. This is the first crowd-speaking platform that allows a single message to be mass-shared, flash mob-style, so it rises above the noise of your social networks. By boosting the signal at the same time, this platform helps a single person create action and change like never before. - Thunderclap
K. An online community focused around image hosting and video hosting, and is available online and through mobile apps for Apple, Android, PlayStation Vita and Windows Phone operating systems. Photos and videos can be accessed without a registered account, but a registered account is required to upload content. This service was acquired by Yahoo! in 2005 for $35 million. - Flickr

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