Web 2.0 Roundup

August 9, 2007 at 7:35 pm Leave a comment

I´ve been trying three social networking websites in the last months/weeks, LinkedIn, FaceBook and Twitter. LinkedIn is focused to professionals, the only big problem it has, is that you can´t see other people´s network if you haven´t added them to your friends list. FaceBook on it´s side, is like a huge college party, you can add as many people as you want and is quite easy to do it. There are lot´s of plugins for FaceBook and it´s a lot more “amateurish” in the term of contacts, but it doesn´t seem to be a real business tool. What´s really good about FaceBook is that it drives traffic to your weblogs. Twitter, is a fast micro-blogging website, I like it a lot, and it´s freaking fast. This last service, is also a great way to keep in touch with your readers in real time, breaking news, link baits, etc… The good thing about Twitter is that it seems that only hardcore bloggers are using it, so for blogging relations is an excelent tool, because you can keep blog leaders informed of your latest posts and works.

The three are very nice, FaceBook has it´s thing, I really love it. Twitter is heavily addictive and about LinkedIn, I think it has it´s issues that have to be definitely solved. Business doesn´t have to be boring, you know?


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