While Google Plus is stuttering in its attempts to dethrone Facebook as the social network of choice for the masses, other approaches target more specific markets, such as Salamworld, a Muslim-specific social network. Turkish newspaper Hürriyet interviewed the owners of Salamworld, and the site certainly has bold aims, with a view to getting an audience of fifty million users within the next three years. That's not likely to trouble Facebook directly, but could point to one way that Facebook could be taken down, by splintering the audience along community lines. [Hürriyet via The Next Web]
Salamworld: A Muslim Alternative To Facebook
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