The internet’s social landscape is constantly in a state of transition. Five years ago, no one would have imagined the massive popularity of Facebook or the complete deterioration and mass migration of MySpace and its users. But the Social Networking Map doesn’t lie or play games, and Facebook is clearly the new superpower.
Just to give Facebook’s meteoric rise some perspective, think of it this way. Facebook didn’t even exist until 2004. It’s now one of the largest parts of the international vernacular, not just among business insiders and venture investors, but primarily among us average underlings. Hit the jump to see the full map.