MANILA - Filipino netizens are celebrating Social Media Day 2015 today, June 27, at the Museo Pambata open grounds.
Organized by TweetUpMNL, the Manila event of Social Media Day 2015 expects to gather thousands of social media users and enthusiasts.
As tribute to the ever-changing social media landscape, ABS-CBNNews.com lists 10 of the most-loved social media sites in the past. Some of them have closed down, some have relaunched, while some still continue to thrive, But definitely, all of them have changed the lives of Filipino netizens one way or the other.
Mobile users can view the desktop version of the slideshow here.
Friendster allows users to contact other members and share online content and media. Users can share videos, photos, messages, comments and, of course, testimonials with other members via profiles and networks.
Before Facebook, there was Friendster.