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Bebo Wears a Latino Look

Posted by Vaibhav Kalamdani on March 10, 2009

bebo-logoSocial network Bebo has decided to foray into newer markets by launching a site especially for the Latinos. AOL-owned Bebo has introduced a Latin version of its site, similar to the ones catering to users from the UK, Germany, Ireland, Poland and other international territories.

In a statement released of late, Nicole Vanderbilt, VP International at Bebo said that new market expansion is a key pillar of the company’s growth strategy, and the growing U.S-based Latino community provides huge potential to capitalize on. Read the rest of this entry »

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Bebo Gets Lifestreaming Features

Posted by Vaibhav Kalamdani on February 23, 2009

aol-beboOnline major AOL added vigor into its social networking site Bebo by upgrading it with  lifestreaming features. Acquired in 2008, Bebo has been a strategic investment for AOL to enter the fast-growing social networking market. Lifestreaming is a rapidly growing form of online service that allows users to broadcast regular and brief updates regarding their lives via videos, pictures, comments, blogs items, and other content.

In lifestreaming, the posts are aggregated from several other social media and social networking sites and arranged in a chronological order. Some of the sites already offering lifestreaming services are FriendFeed.com and Tumblr.com. Read the rest of this entry »

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