Both individual, personal web sites and personal social networking accounts provide the client an individually customized Web presence. In the 21st century majority of the informal internet customers register for free social networking facilities like Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ accounts to serve most of similar functions as a personal webpage minus having to learn web design. That requirement yet in most cases does not exist, where the Web hosting service offers more aid and simple resolutions to Web page designing. Social network's prefabricated "black box" constructions are much easier to start using and searching, but inflict limitations to formatting, type of content, amount of content, etc. For instance, many social networks have regulations concerning informal customers uploading acoustic files to their account. Moreover these companies deliberately retain the particular service's feel and look and identity of every user personal account in that corporate social network. The stress there is on being a part of a branded "network," not on the personal, or the individual. Thus, these accounts are not generally considered as (personal) web sites or home pages.
There exist other variations. Unlike real personal web pages, social networking services and ad-based "free" web hosting service workers and nanny-bots can view everything in the user’s accounts, and regulations are enacted by the firm, not by the courts as would be instance with an individually owned, full-featured personal web page. However, some social services permit the exhibition of almost any information or media created by the site's founder. This means of dissemination gratifies majority of amateurs and aspiring information creators. Web site making tools allowed by some companies have the possibility to permit users more flexibility.