Class of 2011: Social Media Yearbook

2011 has been another big year for social networks. The latest, major player to join the group has been Google+. Though it’s still too early to tell if Google+ is going to give Facebook a run for its money, after seeing what happened to MySpace and Friendster, it’s quite clear that anything can happen.

Classfinders created this funny infographic that shows how social networks would look if they took on classic high school personalities. Then, they put these stereotypes together in a 2011 yearbook. They’ve also provided a bit of useful information on the new girl in town, Google+.

It’ll be interesting to see how “the hot new girl” eventually fits in with the rest of her class…

(See the larger version, here.)


via [Classfinders]





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