If you post great content, you could end up with thousands of reblogs and likes depending on how far it gets pushed out into the Tumblr community.
More » Snapchat is a social networking app that thrives on instant messaging and is totally mobile-based.
A lot of kids even admit to using Snapchat the most, suggesting that it could be the future of where social networking is headed. Have a look through the updated roundup of social networks below to see which ones are currently the trendiest.
People use Facebook individually and by joining or setting up groups.
After failing to acquire Snapchat in 2013, Facebook acquired Whats App in 2014 so that it could be the one that was on top of instant messaging.
More » Twitter is known as the real-time, public microblogging network where news breaks first.
Most users love it for its short message limit (now 280 characters) and unfiltered feed that showed them absolutely everything in the form of tweets.
Twitter has changed dramatically over the years, and today it's criticized a lot for going the way of looking and functioning almost exactly like Facebook.