Social media has grown at an amazing pace over the last ten years. Today, Twitter has more than 645 million users, while Facebook has connected 1.3 billion users (though an estimated 81 million of these accounts are phony). In fact, 41% of people between the ages of 18 and 34 check their Facebook page before they do anything else in the morning!
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Now that the holidays are over it’s time to find that special someone just in time for Valentine’s Day. Though online dating can be fun, exciting, and convenient, there is always a risk of running into a Catfish- someone who uses a false online persona to catch you. According to TheNextWeb.com there are up to an estimated 137.76 million fake profiles on Facebook alone- but you can avoid being Catfished (Or ending up on MTV’s Catfish: The TV Show).
Missing old friends and family? The New Year is rapidly approaching, and there’s never been a more perfect time to reconnect.
PeopleFinders – Find Anyone, Anywhere [Video]
The people search process can be overwhelming, frustrating and confusing. With so many search engines, social media sites, and online services, finding people has become more complicated than it needs to be. Luckily, PeopleFinders.com is here to help!
Our new video broadcasts exactly how PeopleFinders offers a simple solution to the overcomplicated task of finding people online. Whether you are searching for a relative, old friend, classmate, long lost love, or anyone else – PeopleFinders.com makes it easy to find the person you are looking for. Share our brand new video with friends and family to show your loved ones how to find people online – the easy way!
What does my name mean? Can our names influence our life choices? Do names influence the types of people we become? Where we live? How we make a living?
At PeopleFinders.com, we found ourselves asking the same questions about the meaning of names, so we decided to do a little research to see for ourselves if names have any influence on the people we are today. What we found was actually quite interesting – and amusing!
More Than Just a Name?
Names have significance and may actually influence some of the major life decisions we make concerning occupation, location of residence, income, interests – even spouse! Check out this hilarious Infographic we put together with our favorite examples of how names really can influence our life choices!
Like its name suggests, Mother’s Day is the day when mothers are celebrated in many cultures around the world. The day falls on a Sunday, usually in the Spring, and is the complement to Father’s Day, which is held later in the year.
Unfortunately, there is a group of women who are mothers, but are not recognized on Mother’s Day. These women are birth mothers, or women who birthed children and then gave them up for adoption. In the majority of families, it is the adoptive mother who enjoys the Mother’s Day celebrations. Birth Mother’s Day is a chance to honor this other important group of moms.
Did you know that May 9th – 15th is Universal Family Week? It’s the time of year to reflect on the importance of family by reaching out to relatives near and far. Everyone knows that it’s important to spend time with family, both immediate and extended. What could be better than good ol’ fashioned family time with grandparents telling stories to grandkids, cousins playing games, and aunts and uncles spoiling their nieces and nephews? This year, celebrate Universal Family Week with your family, even if you’ve lost touch over the years.
It can be hard to keep in contact with certain members of your extended family over the years, especially if you’re from a large family. People move, sometimes far across the country, and it’s quite easy to get so busy that you forget to call or write. Of course your family members are always in your heart, but what happens if you lose touch completely? If you want to find family members, you are going to need the help of PeopleFinders.com.
Every generation has popular names. Just take a look at a list of baby names by year. It shows the traditional names that have hung on for years, as well as the one hit wonders that were only popular for a short period of time. For example, if you were born in the 1950s, there’s a high probability that your name is Mary, Linda, Michael, or James. Babies in the 1970s were most often named David, Jennifer, Christopher, or Michelle.
But what about the next generation? Who will young boys and girls search for 25 years from now? Hint – it probably won’t be Michelle.