The Growth of Spanish Social Networking Websites
Laura Wides-Munoz of the US Herald Tribune has written an article about the explosion in Spanish language social networking websites.
Social networking websites (such as YouTube and MySpace) are communities or networks of websites that link or network together and have been lauded for some time now as the "next big thing" in terms of the way the Internet is set to evolve.
According to the Herald-Tribune around 67% of American 18-27 year olds Internet users are Hispanic. This particular age demographic is appernetly the group that is most likely to visit and use social networking websites.
Consequently dozens of Hispanic social network websites are being created daily: more established ones are ElHood.com, Quepasa.com and Vostu.com. The impact of this now is that these Hispanic American social networks are beginning to reach out and link up with social network websites in Spain.
You can read the ful article here: Spanish-Language Social Networking Sites are Flourishing