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  2. orkut

    orkut.com

    In just a few years, that social network - orkut.com - grew to a community of over 300 million people. I believe that orkut.com found a community because it brought so many diverse voices from around the world together in one place. We worked hard to make orkut.com a community where hate and disinformation were not tolerated.

  3. Orkut - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orkut

    Orkut was a social networking service owned and operated by Google. The service was designed to help users meet new and old friends and maintain existing relationships. The website was named after its creator, Google employee Orkut Büyükkökten. Orkut was one of the most visited websites in India and Brazil in 2008.

  4. What happened to Orkut and where it is now - The Tech Outlook

    www.thetechoutlook.com/news/technology/web-social-media/what-happened-to-orkut...

    Orkut was a long-range interpersonal communication site possessed and worked by Google. The administration was intended to assist users with meeting new and old companions and keep up their existing connections. The site was named after its designer, Google representative Orkut Büyükkökten.

  5. 7 Reasons Why Orkut Failed | Feedough

    www.feedough.com/why-did-orkut

    Orkut was just another social media networking website like Friendster, just with many more features. But, In 2004 when Orkut was launched, it was not just Friendster but many others like Facebook, MySpace, Yahoo Messenger, and Skype, all in the same race.

  6. How Orkut Works | HowStuffWorks

    computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/social-networking/networks/orkut.htm

    Orkut is a free social networking Web site where you can create a profile, connect with friends, maintain an online scrapbook and use site features and applications to share your interests and meet others. Orkut users must agree that they're 18 or older to use the site.

  7. Orkut was a social media service acquired by Google. It shut down as it had a limited users and a lack of important features like self-updating news feed. Learn how to validate your startup idea by pre-selling it , for only $80 (includes a free 1-hour consultancy call).

  8. Orkut

    orkut.biz

    em apenas alguns anos, essa rede social se tornou o orkut.com com mais de 300 milhÕes de usuÁrios. acredito que o orkut.com encontrou sua comunidade porque reuniu tantas vozes diversas de todo o mundo em um sÓ lugar. trabalhamos muito para tornar o orkut.com uma comunidade onde o Ódio e a desinformaÇÃo nÃo fossem tolerados.

  9. Orkut login: account, old version, Gmail account

    ccm.net/apps-sites/social-media-instant-messaging/1643-sign-in-to-orkut

    Orkut was a free social networking service owned and managed by Google. It was designed to help users discover new friends and maintain existing relationships. It has been followed up by hello, another social media network built by the same publisher as Orkut.

  10. hello network

    www.hello.com/en/index.html

    hello network. It’s not goodbye. It’s see you again soon. We are pausing hello while we get ready to launch something even better. We have loved having you a part of this community, and we want to thank you for all you have done to make hello a special place. Thank you for being you. 👋 hello team. Please enter your email below to be the ...

  11. Hello (social network) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hello_(social_network)

    Hello, stylized as hello, was a social networking service founded by Orkut Büyükkökten, the creator of Orkut. [3] [4] [5] The service currently supports access via a mobile app and is available for Android and iOS. [3] It was launched May 1, 2016, as a replacement to Orkut, which was shut down on September 30, 2014. [6]