Network Effects

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Network Effects

The phenomenon in which a network becomes exponentially more valuable as more nodes or connections are added to it, such as the number of people in a social network or train routes in a transit network.

“Facebook had little value before it created network effects; early users created content, which attracted more users, who were attracted by yet more content, and attracted even more users—resulting in exponential growth.”


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