After failing a couple times with Google Buzz and Google Wave, the search monster finally succeeded at creating something that people are actually excited about using – especially alongside all the other popular Google apps and gizmos.
Pretty much essential for Social Content Marketing if you’re trying to promote your online business! You Tube (https:// – where does everyone go to watch or share video content online? After Google, You Tube is the second largest search engine.
Individuals can promote themselves and their businesses, outline their education and work experience, make connections with other professionals, interact in group discussions, post job ads or apply for jobs. Instagram (https://instagram.com) – Instagram has grown to be one of the most popular social networks for photo sharing that the mobile web has ever seen.
It’s the ultimate social network for sharing real-time photos and short videos while on the go.
The app started by being exclusively limited to the i OS platform, but has since expanded to Android and, Windows Phone also the web.
Instagram was bought for a hefty $1 billion in 2012. Pinterest (https://uk.pinterest.com/) – Pinterest has become a major contender in social networking, and proves just how important visual content has become on the web.
As the fastest standalone site ever to reach 10 million monthly unique visits, Pinterest’s beautiful and intuitive pinboard-style platform on the web and on mobile is one of the most incredible resources for collecting the best images and categorizing them on your own boards. Tumblr (https:// – Tumblr is an extremely popular social blogging platform heavily used by teens and younger users.
Like Pinterest, it’s popular for sharing visual content.
You can customize your blog theme, then post all different types of content formats, follow other users and be followed back.
Reblogging and “liking” is a popular way to interact.
Before the appearance of Facebook and Twitter, we were a lot more familiar with sites like My Space and Live Journal.