This morning I was reading this article on Sortipreneur, and although the point he was trying to make had to do with something else entirely, the thing that I personally got out of it was that there’s more to Turkish social networking than I realised. In the article I discovered links to both Yonja and Mondus, two Turkish social networks I hadn’t been aware of. I went and signed up for both— if you’re at either of the sites, please feel free to friend me: my Yonja / my Mondus
Incidentally, if anyone is a Mondus expert, I’d be interested to know how to personalise the url for one’s profile page. It was easy enough to change on Yonja, but my Mondus profile has this ridiculous url that no one can ever be expected to find, much less remember, and I can’t work out how to change it into something more reasonable.
Also, please let me know in the comments if you know of other Turkish social networking sites, because I’m thinking this would be a good opportunity for me to practice my written Turkish.