May 30, 2008

Are you interested in Web 2.0 Facebook, Squidoo, and Linked IN?

Curious about Facebook, want to learn about Linked In, MySpace, and Squidoo? Ready to join the other thousands of people on social networking sites? If you are ready to network with people around the country and yet you don't know where to start follow these tips.

First of all I find Facebook to be one of the easiest to use and navagate. I also find most of the people on Facebook to be friendly and eager to help. Digg is another social networking site where you can meet other bloggers to link to and great support for your blog. Myspace is easy to join but will require a little more time to figure out and begin to network. Linked In is another networking site and again requires more time to learn to network.

1. Sign up at Facebook and upload a picture to your profile. A picture is necessary to do the best networking and find friends who want to be a part of your friends circle.

2. Begin slowly and don't copy and paste to your message when you are sending out friend invitations. This is important you must type each invitation or you will be flagged and blocked from face book. Find a niche that you are interested in and find a group in that niche. For instance I have a Spiritual Partners Group and would love to have you join me.

3. Squidoo is a great way to promote your blog, and website. Meet other people who are also blogging and have websites to promote their business. Check my Sedona, Arizona lens to find all the sites to visit and see when you are planning your spiritual vacation. If you are in a relationship or want to create a healthy relationship follow these secrets. Find secrets for creating a Sedona Spiritual Retreat and Warner Springs Retreat with healing mineral waters.

Look forward to connecting with you on Facebook, MySpace, or Linked In. Which social networking site is your favorite. Leave me a message or click on the links above and connect.

3 comments:

Everymatter said...

nice and true article but all these requires lot of time

loveambassador said...

Hi Everymatter,

You are right that they do take some time to moderate. Guess we have to learn to navigate the social networks with time management.
Annie

Kimberly Dawn Wells said...

Anything you do in life takes time, so it's important to decide what gives you the best return on your time investment, and do that!

Great article,
~Kimberly
Squidoo's Community Organizer