Are the top Web 2.0 sites a waste of your time when it comes to getting traffic to your website? In this blog post, we’ll go over the top social networking sites and why you may NOT want to use them.
Well, you now know how important Web 2.0 is to your business success as well as the big dogs of the
market. Now you need to know why you may actually be hurting yourself by trying to use these sites for traffic.
You might be thinking, “What? I thought those were the best Web 2.0 sites that everyone uses,” and you’re right.
But that’s just the PROBLEM! There are too many “marketers” using these sites to try and get traffic
from them. That means extremely high competition for you which make it nearly impossible to get any traffic.
Combine that with the companies trying to combat “marketers” and prevent them from exploiting their
site, and you’re in trouble. This is why you may put in tons of effort and actually get little to NO traffic as a result.
Can you imagine how that would feel after spending hundreds of hours and tons of effort on working these sites? It would be a nightmare.
Luckily, there’s a solution to those big sites and we are going to share it with you in another post.
Now you know how big Web 2.0 and social networking is. You also know why they are big. Now let’s take a look at the best Web 2.0 sites that you can potentially use. These websites are the biggest,
baddest and most trafficked Web 2.0 sites on the Internet.
1) MySpace.com – You probably have an account here. This site allows you to blog, communicate, IM, join groups and generally network.
2) Digg.com – This site allows you to save all of your favorite bookmarks on the Internet and share them.
3) YouTube.com – This is the biggest video site on the Internet and allows people to comment, subscribe to and share videos.
4) StumbleUpon.com – This site allows you to mark your favorite sites and create a customized surfing experience while rating sites to share with others.
5) FaceBook.com – This is a site much like MySpace with the added function of being able to develop, test and release software applications!
These are the “big dogs” when it comes to Web 2.0 and Social Networking sites that are extremely popular online.
Next time, we are going to go over why you may NOT want to use these sites. Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on this upcoming blog post.
In this blog post, we are going to cover social networking and exactly how it works.
Now that you are armed with some Web 2.0 information, you are on your way to getting “with the times.” Next, let’s find out why Web 2.0 so popular and why is it laying the foundation for the new direction the Internet is heading.
The simple answer to our question can be broken down into two easily understandable words … Social Networking.
You see, Web 2.0 websites allow you to network and socialize with all of your friends and associates. It also allows you to create new friends, associates and contacts that are in the same business as you.
The benefits from expanding your network are obvious and can really help you to increase your business profits.
Social Networking is the way of the future and nearly every new site that comes out is based on this format. This is because the new Internet users want to communicate, interact and socialize.
If you hope to make any real income online, you’ll heed the trend and get on the Web 2.0 bandwagon.
In this blog posting, we are going to cover a short introduction on Web 2.0 and it’s effect online.
We probably don’t need to write a novel to tell you how hot Web 2.0 is right now. It’s literally taking over the Internet and those who are jumping on board are loving the ride. Web 2.0 properties are great for people to socialize on the Internet and share their thoughts, ideas and likes.
The Web 2.0 evolution has turned the Internet into an extremely social place allowing broad communication. Before that it was just e-mail and instant messaging. Now it’s video, audio, pictures, and text.
This is a good thing because it means that the visitors on the Internet are becoming more interactive.
That means that if you have a product to promote they will be more proactive toward buying it (if they’re targeted that is).
You’ve also probably experienced the wave of web 2.0 media hitting the web yourself just by using web 2.0 sites like YouTube and MySpace as well as many others. They are great sites that allow you to interact and be entertained.
Page 10 of 10« First...«678910