Study of Different Web Services in Social Networking and its Applicability for Customer Awareness.
A social network service consists of a representation of each user, his social links, and a variety of additional services. The pervasiveness of the Internet has had a significant impact on global politics, economics, and culture. To create a truly effective product in such a saturated digital environment, developers must study what has come before and how they can utilize existing tools to even greater effect. User Satisfaction explores some of the various approaches to the study and assessment of Internet technologies, providing scholars, researchers, developers, and professionals with critical knowledge and an interdisciplinary perspective on e-services in a variety of functional areas, from government and commerce to social media and education.
The objectives of this research work are:
- Implementing social networks and sustaining them is one of the biggest challenges and people have formulated many mechanisms in the past to keep alive such networks
- The proposal will demonstrating through this article is to have a shift in the overall thinking of the way services are being provided to the user by the social networking applications.
- This would focus users to join networks for a specific purpose instead of creating accounts in any random network just for the sake of it.
- One of the biggest advantages of the model we propose is that it will be a focused user community. When a user enrolls for a social networking sites. The user will be clear as to the exact service that is being provided
Web services have progressed significantly from their inception for addressing business problems to their subsequent democratization to their anticipated socialization. Social networks, with their underlying principles and metrics, can offer innovative solutions to some of the issues Web services face today. The growing number of initiatives reflecting the blend of social computing with service-oriented computing is certainly a positive sign of this area’s growing importance.
Prof. Jotsna Saindane