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  • Get Paid Cash For Your Pictures at Share A Pic Click here to open a free Share A Pic accountWhy not earn some extra money when share image ? People can upload their pictures to a website, and the more ...
    Posted Apr 23, 2011, 3:22 AM by Unknown user
  • Make money with imgzzz WebSite : ImgZZZHow to : Just uploading images. Imgzzz will give you 50% income from ads placed on your image pages via Google Adsense Revenue Sharing. Fees or Memberships : NoAverage ...
    Posted Apr 23, 2011, 2:49 AM by Unknown user
  • Make Money Online Even With No WebSite Write Articles. Associated Content and Helium will "pay for performance" based on page views for just about anything you want to write about. Articles on specific topics they're looking ...
    Posted Nov 23, 2010, 9:55 AM by Tỷ Phú
  • How to Actually Make Money Selling eBooks I get very frustrated whenever I’m looking for legitimate ways to generate additional streams of income, and I come across those horrid get-rich-quick sales pages. You know ...
    Posted Nov 20, 2010, 10:45 PM by Tỷ Phú
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Get Paid Cash For Your Pictures at Share A Pic

posted Apr 23, 2011, 3:19 AM by Unknown user

Click here to open a free Share A Pic account

Why not earn some extra money when share image ? People can upload their pictures to a website, and the more views the image receives, the more money they can expect to earn.

Then you will be able to log in to your account, and start uploading your own images to the Share A Pic site. Members can browse through other member's images, and also members of the public can view the images on the front page.

You can also upload the images to your own blog, website, bebo, faceparty, facebook, myspace and any other kind of social sites you might use. Then when people view your images you can still earn money ' and by being able to upload the images to various other sources, you are therefore multiplying your own revenue.

Currently Share A Pic is the only website that we are aware of which pays other users to share their pictures on the Internet, though there are bound to be more sites like this cropping up on the Internet soon.

Share A Pic has just under a thousand members, which is pretty good considering the site hasn't been established for very long. Membership at the site is completely free, to join you simply have to visit the site and fill in the application form on the page.

Making Money From Your Images

Making money with Share A Pic is simple . You earn money for every image view that you manage to receive. So if you upload a photo you took of your pet dog, and you manage to receive 10 image views, you will earn 10 x whatever the set payment rate is.

The payment rate is dependent on the earnings from advertisements shown on the Share A Pic website. Share A Pic earns money from adverts shown on the same page as the images that you upload. This is how they can afford to pay you for each image view you receive.

The Share A Pic website states that if they received a certain amount of money per month from advertising, they will anticipate a figure of money that they will split amongst the members of the site. This figure will be divided by the number of image views received in that month. So if the figure ended up being '0.005, then the earnings for that month for you, per image, would be the image-views multiplied by 0.005. So if one of your pictures received 1000 views, you would expect to earn £5. (1000 x 0.005 = £5).

Joining Share A Pic

At the moment Share A Pic allows sign-ups from all countries worldwide, though they only pay out in US dollars and only pay via Paypal. Share A Pic will usually pay out every 7 business days (although it states 30 days on the website) and will only pay when your balance has hit the minimum amount of $20.

Share A Pic can be an excellent way of making money online from any images that you can use, though you have to be careful not to use copyrighted or adult images. The more places that you upload your pictures to, the more money you can expect to earn from Share A Pic.

Click here to open a free Share A Pic account

Make money with imgzzz

posted Apr 23, 2011, 2:26 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Apr 23, 2011, 2:49 AM ]

WebSite : ImgZZZ

How to : Just uploading images. Imgzzz will give you 50% income from ads placed on your image pages via Google Adsense Revenue Sharing. 

Fees or Memberships : No

Average Earning : 0,005 USD / Adsense Click

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Make Money Online Even With No WebSite

posted Nov 23, 2010, 9:47 AM by Tỷ Phú   [ updated Nov 23, 2010, 9:55 AM ]

Write Articles.

Associated Content and Helium will "pay for performance" based on page views for just about anything you want to write about. Articles on specific topics they're looking for can earn direct payments up to about $200. The rates are probably low for established writers, but if you're trying to break into the field and have time on your hands, they're a great way to start. Also, a lot of companies are looking for part-time bloggers. They may pay per post or on a steady contract. Our Weblogs Guide posts blogging jobs weekly in the forum.

Create topical resource hubs.

Are you an expert on a particular niche topic? Can you put together an overview of the topic and assemble some of the best resources on the topic from around the web? Then you can create topical hubs and get paid through sites like Squidoo, HugPages and Google Knol. Payments are based on a combination of ad revenue and affiliate fees. You'll get higher rates doing it on your own, but these sites have a built-in supply of traffic and tools to make content creation easier.

Advertise other people's products.

If you already have a Web site or a blog, look for vendors that offer related but non-competing products and see if they have an affiliate program. Stick to familiar products and brands - they're easier to sell. To promote those products:

  • Place simple text or graphical ads in appropriate places on your site
  • Include links to purchase products you review or recommend in a blog, discussion forum or mailing list you control
  • Create a dedicated sales page or Web site to promote a particular product
They all work - it just depends on how much time you have to spend on it and your level of expertise with Web design and marketing.

Related: How to Really Make Money on the Internet With an Amazon.com Affiliate Site

Start your own blog.

You don't have to have your own Web site, or install blogging software, or even figure out how to set up the advertising. At Blogger you can set up a blog for free in less than five minutes without knowing a thing about web design, and Blogger even automates setting up Google AdSense so you can make money off your blog by displaying ads and getting paid when people click on the ads. To make even more money from it, set up an affiliate program (see below) for books, music, etc., and insert your affiliate links whenever you refer to those items. You'll have to get a lot of traffic to become a six-figure blogger, but pick an interesting topic, write well, tell all your friends, and you're off to a good start.

Related: Monetizing Your Blog

Microstock photography.

You don't have to be a professional photographer to sell your photos for money. People are constantly in need of stock photography for websites, presentations, brochures and so on, and are willing to pay for the right image. People generally search for images on stock photography sites by keywords, not by photographer, so you have the same chance as anyone else of having your image picked. Just be careful that you don't have images of trademarked brands, copyrighted art or people's faces that are readily identifiable (unless you have a model release), but just about anything else is fair game, and I promise - you'd be amazed what people need pictures of, so don't make any assumptions. If it's a decent photo, upload it. Some sites to get you started include Fotolia, ShutterStock, Dreamstime and iStockphoto. The great thing about this is that it's truly "set it and forget it".

The above list is by no means comprehensive, but it highlights some of the new and interesting ways to make money online without investing any money, without having a product of your own, and without having expert sales and marketing skills. Most of all, unlike taking surveys or getting paid to read e-mail, the potential return on your time investment is substantial.

Help friends find better jobs.

Sites like ReferEarnsZyoinWho Do You Know For Dough?Bohire and WiseStepp connect employers with prospective employees, many of whom are already employed and not actively job-hunting, via networking - the people who know these qualified candidates. Rewards for referring a candidate who gets hired range from $50 on up to several thousand dollars - not chump change. If you know a lot of job-seekers (and who doesn't these days?), this is a great way to break into the recruiting business with no overhead.

Connect suppliers with buyers.

Referral fees are a common practice in business, but they haven't been used much in online networking sites because there was no way to track them. Sites like SalesconxInnerSell and uRefer now provide that. Vendors set the referral fees they're willing to pay (and for what), and when the transaction happens, you get paid. uRefer also allows merchants to set up referral programs for introductions and meetings, as well as transactions.

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How to Actually Make Money Selling eBooks

posted Nov 20, 2010, 10:44 PM by Tỷ Phú   [ updated Nov 20, 2010, 10:45 PM ]

I get very frustrated whenever I’m looking for legitimate ways to generate additional streams of income, and I come across those horrid get-rich-quick sales pages. You know the ones – where the author can’t seem to decide on a single font size, and every other word is in bold. All you have to do is sign up for their amazing program, or buy theirastonishing sales kit, and you too can be earning many thousands of dollars each month. In my quest to write, sell and make money selling eBooks, I’ve waded through mountains of these scams, and I’m here to tell you that it is possible to make money from selling eBooks, but that success does not come overnight and not without a lot of hard work. In this article I’d like to offer a guide (a free one…imagine that!) that you can use to sell your eBooks.

The first step is obviously writing an eBook. Don’t concern yourself too much with copyright. Thanks to the Digital Millenium Act of 1998, anything you generate and publish online is already legally copyrighted under your author name. However, it is true that enforcing that copyright could be somewhat difficult unless you do hold proof of copyright, so if you’re very concerned about someone stealing your work, then submit the claim electronically and pay the fee.

If it sets your mind at ease, it’s well worth the cost. If you’re wondering what format you should write your eBook in, here at MakeUseOf, authors provided a number of excellent tools that can help you generate that first eBook. Saikat wrote about the PHP script converter at EbookHood to convert your eBook into iPod readable format. You’ve also probably read about the cool MyEbook eBook publishing platform, or my favorite one, Zinepal, which creates your PDF eBook in a format that most common readers can display. Another very good option is converting your Word document to PDF format, as Aibek described in his article on doPDF. Once you have your eBook in a format that you can sell, you’re ready to move on into marketing and selling your eBook.

Make Money Selling eBooks Online Just Like Any Other Product

I’ve mentioned some of my own eBay history in my past articles on the auction site, and while my personal experiences as an eBay PowerSeller were not very easy, I do know that any product which you have an unlimited supply of and a high demand for do very well there.

how to make money ebooks

With that said, the eBooks that aren’t very in demand really don’t do well at all. The key, when you choose what topics to write about, is to choose eBook topics in the same way you would choose an online article topic – based on the demand for that topic and the availability of it throughout the net. The smartest thing to do when you go with eBay is to set up a seller store and post your eBooks in a permanent listing for a regular fee. Another fantastic marketplace for eBooks is Craigslist.

how to make money ebooks

This surprises many people, but the truth is that Craigslist has become a very large marketplace with a huge audience. Just like on eBay, if you’re writing on a topic that’s in demand, you’ll get interested buyers.

Reaching the eBook Audience

The very best way to achieve the highest sales for your eBook is to take advantage of those eBook directories that accept submissions from authors. While most major eBook sellers like Amazon or Barnes & Nobles only accept submissions from major book publishers, many of the smaller online firms will accept direct submissions from writers. Jack recently wrote a great article on how to publish your eBook in print using LuLu’s awesome publication service, but LuLu also offers eBook authors a fantastic resource to sell your book in electronic format as well.

how to make money ebooks

Now, selling an eBook on LuLu is not free. The right to publish comes at a price tag that’s currently about $1.49. For me, that’s about the price of a cup of coffee, and considering the fact that LuLu takes care of integrating DRM copy protection and already has a huge audience for your book – it’s well worth it. If your book sells, LuLu takes only a $2.50 cut while you get $10 in revenue. I’m very impressed with LuLu’s rates and service and would recommend them to any potential author. However, if you really only want to use a service that’s absolutely free, there is another excellent option known as TradeBit.

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At TradeBit, you can upload your eBooks where the TradeBit community can find it and buy it. For hosting and selling your eBook for you, TradeBit charges absolutely nothing upfront, and when it sells you get 75% of the revenue. Again, this is a very fair deal considering that TradeBit absorbs the costs for hosting, promoting and selling your eBook on their site and with their existing traffic.

Host Your Own eBooks and Take 100% of the Profit

There is, of course, always the self-hosting option. In this case, you would set up a blog or a website and provide your own eBooks for download through a payment system like Paypal and just offer your books in a simple format just like you would sell Amazon books on your own blog.

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The advantage to selling your own eBooks on your blog or website is that you set your own price and collect 100% of the profits. The disadvantage is that you’re starting at ground zero in attracting an audience and potential buyers. Over time, you’ll have a good traffic, a strong reputation, and a steady revenue stream – but getting there will take a bit longer if you opt for the self-hosting approach. The best option might be to start with one of the eBook sales sites in order to get people hooked on the eBooks that you write, and then switch to the self-hosted option once people recognize your name as a premium eBook author.

Do you author your own eBooks? What approach or technique do you take to sell your books? Share your insight and advice in the comments section below.


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100+ Tools and Resources for Make Money Online

posted Nov 19, 2010, 11:01 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Mar 9, 2011, 10:54 PM by Khoa Huynh Thai ]

Making money online is a dream for many, but the simple fact is that it’s often just as tough as making money offline. Due to requests, we’ve put together a list of the most popular money making methods today, many of them focused on blogging and peer production.

A word of caution: for the sake of completeness, we’ve included a small number of sites that have been criticized for their ethics. If it sounds too good to be true, it generally is. Commenters are welcome to share their experiences of the various sites.

Get Paid To Write


Weblogs, Inc. – Apply to blog for one of their ninety plus blogs or submit your own topic idea. They will pay you per post that you write and you must meet their minimum post requirements.

PayPerPost – Get paid as much as $500 or more a month writing articles and reviews of their sponsors on your blog.

Blogsvertise – Their advertisers pay you to mention and talk about their websites, products and services in your own blog.

Review Me – After your blog has been accepted in their network, they will pay you $20 to $200 per post that you write.

Smorty – Earn $6 to $100 dollars per post you write on your blog. Amount paid for each post depends on the overall popularity and page rank of your blog.

SponsoredReviews – Write reviews for their advertisers’ products and services on your own blog. They charge a 35% transaction fee for their services.

LoudLaunch – Blog about the advertisers campaign releases that meet your interests. They pay once a month.

Blogitive – Get paid weekly via PayPal for posting stories that interest you.

BloggerWave – Select the advertiser opportunities that best suit your blog and write reviews on their products and services.

InBlogAds – Write about websites, products, services and companies on your blog and get paid for it.

BlogToProfit – Make $250 dollars or more by writing new posts on your blog.

Creative Weblogging – Write 7 to 10 posts per week for their network and they will pay you $225 per month.

WordFirm – Make money publishing books as a freelance writer from home.

451 Press – Write for a blog within their network and receive forty percent of all generated revenue.

Digital Journal – Network of bloggers that get paid to report on newsworthy articles through their blogs.

BlogBurner – Sign up for a free blog and get paid for writing new posts. Your commissions are generated through Adsense clicks.

Squidoo – Earn money by writing your new blog, or choose to donate your earnings to charity.

About.com – Become a paid guide writing articles for About.com. Compensation depends on the growth of your page views.

DayTipper – Earn $3 for every short tip you write and get published.

Helium – Earn a share of their advertising revenue by writing articles in their channels.

Dewitts Media – Get paid to write your own blog. This site requires you have a minimum page rank of 3 to sign up.

BOTW Media – Make money writing a blog for their blogging network.

CreamAid – Get paid to submit blog posts in their directory.

BlogFeast – Generate revenue from pre-installed Google Adsense ads when you blog in their network.

Mashable – Mashable hires freelancers and new staff, offering one of the largest platforms for tech bloggers.

Advertising Programs


Google Adsense – Most popular pay-per-click advertising provider. Make anywhere from $0.01 to $5.00 plus per click on site relevant ads.

Text-Link-Ads – Approve or deny the advertiser links that appear on your site. They pay you 50% of the sale price for each text link sold on your website.

BlogAds – The average blogger makes anywhere from $50 to $5000 dollars a month selling blog ads. To participate in this program you will need to get sponsored by someone in their network.

LinkWorth – Here you will find eleven different options to fit your advertising needs. Choose from text based advertisements, sponsored ads and paid blog reviews to name a few.

CrispAds – Access to over six thousand advertisers in their pay-per-click program. You choose the advertisers that suit you best.

Chitika – Offers six types of advertising to fit your needs.

AzoogleAds – Delivers targeted advertisers to their network of publishers to bring you the most profitable solutions.

Vibrant Media – Offers in-text contextual based advertisements.

MediaFed – Place advertisements in your blog’s RSS feed to generate additional revenue.

Qumana – Embeds ads directly into your posts. Ads are generated from keywords that you select. Not particularly popular with readers.

PeakClick – Austria based pay-per-click provider. Provides automatic insertion of site targeted ads.

DoubleClick – Offers a full suite of products for publishers that enable you to forecast, sell inventory, serve ads and analyze campaigns online and through other digital channels.

Tribal Fusion – They offer reliable payments, free ad-serving technology, a dedicated account manager and up-to-date, real-time reporting, with a 55% payout. Must go through an approval process.

AdBrite – Approve or reject any ads purchased for your sites. Also gives you the ability to sell ads direct with “Your Ad Here” links.

ThankYouPages – Shows ads based on demographics and relevancy. Majority of traffic must originate from U.S.

Clicksor – Inline text link advertising, underlines words directly in your posts making them clickable advertisements. Once more, we’d say that inline ads are not popular with regular blog readers.

TargetPoint – Contextually and search targeted pay-per-click ads.

IndustryBrains – Place relevant contextual text listings and graphical ads on your site.

BloggingAds – Post one-time ads on your site. Pays via PayPal.

BulletAds – Performance based online advertising network.

AdsMarket – Match your traffic to handpicked advertisers with top-converting products and services.

ROIRocket – Targeted campaigns specific to your marketing needs.

AdKnowledge – Offers complete outsourcing of your advertising management. Runs ads in websites, email and search engine inventory.

Yes Advertising – Payouts for running ads from their sponsors. Also offers a referral program that pays 20% of the referred webmasters earnings.

RevenuePilot – Offers pay-for-performance and pay-per-click advertising for your sites.

SearchFeed – Integrates paid advertisements into your site’s search feature.

Bidvertiser – Display text ads on your site and advertisers bid for placement.

Pheedo – Monetize your RSS feeds with this program.

ValueClick media – Generate revenue by displaying ads through banners, pop-unders and rich media. Be warned that pop-unders are unpopular these days.

OneMonkey – Another text based advertising program.

Yahoo Publisher Network – Use the internet giant, Yahoo, to display targeted ads on your site.

Q Ads – Monetize your site by placing ads anywhere you can add a picture.

Affiliate Networks and Programs


Amazon Associates – Link to Amazon’s products and services and earn up to 10% of the sale price. Converts well for product-focused sites.

ClickBank – Over 10,000 products to promote with commissions as high as 75%.

Commission Junction – Promote the advertiser’s products and services in exchange for a commission on leads or sales.

LinkShare – Pay-for-performance affiliate marketing network. Gives you the ability to use individual product links on your site and generate revenue from sales.

Affiliate Fuel – Serves as a middle man to bring publishers and advertisers together to promote products and services.

LinkConnector – Affiliate marketing network that offers a zero tolerance fraud policy to keep you safe while conducting business.

LeadPile – Affiliate network that allows you to generate and sell trade leads to the highest bidder.

Forex-Affiliate – Affiliate program that allows you to earn commissions from trading Forex (currency exchange) online.

incentAclick – CPA (cost-per-action) affiliate program that guarantees the fastest ROI in the industry.

AdPlosion – Earn revenue by selling leads, clicks and products from their advertisers. Also runs an incentive points program in addition to your commissions.

AffiliateFuture – Another affiliate program that pays you for generating leads, sales and clicks.

ClixGalore – Affiliate network consisting of 7500+ advertisers for you to choose from.

ThinkAction – Affiliate network that claims to have the top payouts and the possibility of earning over $100,000 dollars per month.

RocketProfit – Affiliate network, pays via check after your commissions reach $25 dollars.

CafePress – Earn affiliate commissions by selling your personally branded merchandise.

Avangate – Make money selling popular computer software titles through your site.

Paid Social Media Programs


Dada.net – Social site with a revenue sharing program that pays you for referring friends and driving traffic.

Jyve – Pays you to provide answers, advice and peer support to people in need of some help.

Cruxy – Specializes in social video, but serves as a venue to sell your digital media.

BitWine – Get paid to give advice and answer questions for people, on subjects of your interests and choice.

Ether – Make money answering questions for your peers over the phone. You set your rates and call availability.

UpBlogger – Social network site that pays you based on the amount of visits you receive to your uploaded content.

JustAnswer – Help others solve their problems and earn money for your knowledge.

MetaCafe – Upload your videos and earn money based on the number of views you receive.

ChaCha – Get paid to offer support to members of their community.

AssociatedContent – Earn money by uploading your videos, text, audio and images to their site. Earnings are determined by the exposure you receive from your content.

myLot – Pays you for posting, commenting and using their social network.

KnowBrainers – Another site that pays you to get involved with the community and answer questions. Optionally you can answer questions through the RSS feeds on your own blog.

Everything Else That Pays


Google User Research – Google Pays you money to participate in their user research studies online.

Microsoft Research Panel – Get paid from Microsoft for providing feedback on their products.

Amazon Mechanical Turk – Amazon pays you to complete simple tasks that their computers can’t understand. Payments are a matter of cents.

eJury – Earn $5 to $10 dollars per verdict rendered as a mock juror for practice trials.

WorkingSOL – This company pays you to handle technical support for many large companies. You can work from home on the computer or by phone and decide what times you are available.

Appingo – Always looking for experienced copy editors and proof readers. Must submit a resume.

IntelliShop – Pays you to shop at stores in your area and write a review of your experience.

Mahalo Greenhouse – They pay $10 to $15 dollars per site you submit to their directory.

Focus Pointe Global – Get paid to join their focus groups and voice your opinion. Available to teens and adults.

Agloco – Sign up, download their toolbar and get paid to surf the internet. This site has been criticized as a “pyramid scheme”, although the founders deny the allegation.

Arise – Make money providing phone, web and email support and sales for 40 plus companies in their network.

CraZoo – Earn money for starting new threads and posting in online forums.

Tutor.com – Get paid to tutor people online.

ForumBoosting.com – Make money posting in forums across the internet.

Share-A-Pic – Earn money by uploading and sharing your pictures on their website.

Opuzz Voice – Earn money by doing voice overs for their clients online.

SlashMySearch – Get paid to search the internet with their search engine.

    40+ Free Blog Host Services For Blogger

    posted Nov 19, 2010, 10:26 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Nov 19, 2010, 10:30 PM ]

    GreatestJournal.com – Based on the same software as LiveJournal, offers free voice posts, 1GB of photo hosting, and space for up to 2,000 user icons.

    InsaneJournal.com – Another site based on the Danga software that runs LiveJournal, offers free and paid accounts, paid benefits are only enhancements.

    JorunalFen.net – Runs on the Danga platform, very much directed towards various “fandoms” (i.e. Harry Potter, various Television shows) and is meant for users 18 and older.

    LiveJournal.com – One of the most well known of the blogging hosts. Offers multiple account types such as ad-supported and paid. The center of a few controversies recently.

    Themed Blog Sites


    Blogabond.com – A site dedicated to travel blogs with map integration and more.

    BlogCheese.com – A video blogging website.

    BusyThumbs.com – A blog site specifically for your text messages and camera phone images.

    Freevlog – Designed for video blogging and completely free.

    Trippert.com – Create and share blogs of your travels.

    Ufem.com – Blogging site specifically geared towards women. Offers multiple themes and plugins.

    Word Count Journal.com – A new blogging format that is also part challenge. Write one word on the first day, two words on the second day and so on, at the end of the year you’ll have written 66,795 words.

    Xanco.com – Another moblogging site for you to share all your mobile communications with friends and family.

    WordPress Powered


    Blogetery.com – Offers multiple templates, anti-spam, free sub-domain and more.

    BlogRox.com – Runs on WordPress and offers 50MB of free online space.

    Blogsome.com – Based out of Ireland, this site uses the WordPress MU platform, large choice of themes.

    Edublogs.com – WordPress powered blogging for educators.

    WordPress.com – Not only can you install WordPress on your own sites, you can use the same software on their site and save yourself all of the technical work.

    Various Platforms


    Blog.com – Offers free blog hosting with unlimited bandwidth for their free package, more benefits for paid members.

    Blog Ladder.com – All blog entries show up on the main ladder as well as inside your own blog.

    Blogger.com – A great starting site to get a taste of blogging, very easy to use.

    Blogr.com – Allows you to blog, host photos & videos, and podcasts.

    BlogSpirit.com – European based blogging site, offers 30-day trial and subscription thereafter, but offers quite a bit of storage.

    Blogster.com – Offers free image hosting in addition to free blogs.

    BlogYx.com – Blogging site with extras such as chat boxes so you can interact with your readers.

    Bloki.com – Lets you build a blog site and even open it up for collaboration.

    Bravenet.com – Free blog hosting with RSS feeds and more.

    ClearBlogs.com – Free blog hosting and offers templates, friends only posts, IP-Banning and more.

    Etribes.com – Based in Europe, allows you to create all sorts of websites including a blog.

    Multiply.com – Mixes blogging and social networking, with photo galleries and more.

    Netcipia.com – Free blog and wiki for private or public display with 2GB of storage.

    Open Diary.com – Offers unlimited storage and posts, low cost subscription rates for advanced features.

    ShoutPost.com – A platform for creating blogs with a focus on generating traffic.

    SoulCast.com – Have something you want to talk about, but want to say it anonymously? This may be the blogging site for you.

    Squarespace.com – Lets you build your blog with numerous themes, also allows you to add other site features.

    Terapad.com – Offers blogs as well as features such as an integrated store.

    Tooum.com – Fully integrated blog and forum which allows for seamless discussion between the two.

    Tumblr.com – A blog platform with a focus on allowing media-rich posts.

    Weebly.com – Allows you to create a site and blog, free hosting and change designs on the fly.

    Windows Live Spaces – Free blogging with your MSN account, only drawback is readers have to have an account also.

    Vox.com – Part of the SixApart family of blogging sites, very much geared towards the personal journal types of blogs.

    Xanga.com – Part social network, part blogging, all free.

    Yahoo 360 – Part of your Yahoo account and features easy publishing.

    Zoomshare.com – Free blog hosting with 250MB of free storage.

      List of social networking websites from wiki

      posted Nov 19, 2010, 10:20 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Nov 19, 2010, 10:58 PM ]

      Academia.eduSocial networking site for academics/researchers211,000[2]Open18,100[3]
      AdvogatoFree and open source softwaredevelopers13,575[4]Open128,340[5]
      aSmallWorldEuropean jet set and social elite world-wide550,000[7]Invite-only8,583[8]
      AsianAvenueA social network for the Asian American community1997Open
      AthlinksRunning, Swimming68,496[9]Open73,295[10]
      Audimated.comIndependent music2010Open25,648[11]
      Avatars UnitedOnline gamesMarch 2008Open294,575[12]
      BadooGeneral, Meet new people, Popular in Europe and LatAm69,000,000[13]Open to people 18 and older135[14]
      BeboGeneralJuly 2005117,000,000[15]Open to people 13 and older905[16]
      BigaddaIndian Social Networking Site3,000,000[17]Open to people 16 and older3,176[18]
      BigTentOrganization and communication portal for groupsOpen to people 18 and older (13-18 parental permission encouraged34,047[19]
      Biip.noNorwegian community2005-06-01430,000[20]Requires Norwegian phone number65,176[21]
      BlaukAnyone who wants to tell something about a stranger or acquaintance.2010Open to people 10 and older.937,454[24]
      BlogsterBlogging community85,579[25]Open23,485[26]
      BuzznetMusic and pop-culture200510,000,000[28]Open736[29]
      CafeMomMothers1,250,000[30]Open to moms and moms-to-be4,333[31]
      Cake FinancialInvestingOpen481,922[32]
      Care2Green living and social activism19989,961,947[33]Open2,594[34]
      CaringBridgeNot for profit providing free websites that connect family and friends during a serious health event, care and recovery.[35]9,500,000[36]Open to people 18 and older[37]4,198[38]
      CellufunMobile social game network, Number 8 US mobile website[39]20073,000,000[40]Open to people 14 and older46,773[41]
      Classmates.comSchool, college, work and the military199550,000,000[42]Open to people 18 and older[43]799[44]
      CloobGeneral. Popular in IranOpen712[45]
      CouchSurfingWorldwide network for making connections between travelers and the local communities they visit.1,560,459[46]Open3,711[47]
      CozyCotEast Asian and Southeast Asianwomen2001150,000[48]Open38,817[49]
      CrunchyrollAnime and forums.Open2,328[50]
      CyworldGeneral. Popular in South Korea.24,000,000[51]Open923[52]
      DailyBoothPhoto-blogging site where users upload a photo every day2009-02-13Open5,460[53]
      DailyStrengthMedical & emotional support community - Physical health, Mental health, Support groups2007-11-04Open22,054[54]
      DecayenneEuropean and American social elite2001Invite-only154,733[55]
      deliciousSocial bookmarking allowing users to locate and save websites that match their own interestsSeptember 20038,822,921[56]Open255[57]
      deviantARTArt communityAugust 7, 20009,040,962[58]Open97[59]
      DisaboomPeople with disabilities (Amputee, cerebral palsy, MS, and other disabilities)Open112,712[60]
      Dol2dayPolitic community, Social network, Internet radio (German-speaking countries)40,200[61]Open554,616[62]
      DontStayInClubbing (primarily UK)Open19,022[63]
      Draugiem.lvGeneral (primarily LV, LT, HU)2,600,466[25]Invitation only2,272[64]
      ElftownCommunity and wiki around Fantasyand sci-fi.185,000[65]Open, approval needed17,681[66]
      EpernicusFor research scientistsOpen293,955[67]
      Eons.comFor baby boomersOpen to people 13 and older27,320[68]
      Experience ProjectLife experiencesOpen3,452[69]
      ExplorooTravel Social Networking.Open209,868[70]
      FacebookGeneral.February 2004500,000,000[71]Open to people 13 and older2[72]
      FacepartyGeneral. Popular UK.200,000[73]Invitation only to people 18 and older28,760[74]
      Faces.comBritish teensOpen to people 13 and older120,665[75]
      FetlifePeople who are into BDSM500,000[76]Open to people "of [legal] age to see adult content"5,513[77]
      FilmAffinityMovies and TV Series2002250,000[78]Open3,916[79]
      FitFinderAnonymous UK Student Microblogging WebsiteOpen322,113[80]
      FledgeWingEntrepreneural community targeted towards worldwide university studentsOpen to university students1,793,990[81]
      FlixsterMovies200763,000,000[82]Open to people 13 and older1,018[83]
      FlickrPhoto sharing, commenting, photography related networking, worldwideFebruary 200432,000,000[84]Open to people 13 and older (Yahoo!Login)33[85]
      FolkdirectGeneralJune 201080,000[86]Open to people 16 and older19,932[87]
      FotologPhotoblogging. Popular in South America and Spain20,000,000[88]Open227[89]
      FoursquareLocation based mobile social network2,000,000[90]Open4,539[91]
      Friends ReunitedUK based. School, college, work, sport and streets19,000,000[92]Open to people 13 and older10,231[93]
      FriendsterGeneral. Popular in Southeast Asia. No longer popular in the western world200290,000,000[94]Open to people 16 and older. No children allowed146[95]
      FrühstückstreffGeneralJuly 200114,800[citation needed]Open1,253,155[96]
      Fubardating, an "online bar" for 18 and olderOctober 20071,200,000[97]Open to people 18+9,476[98]
      Gaia OnlineAnime and games. Popular in USA, Canada and Europe. Moderately popular around Asia.23,523,663[99]Open to people 13 and older1,071[100]
      GamerDNAComputer and video games2006-09-21310,000[101]Open22,887[102]
      Gather.comArticle, picture, and video sharing, as well as group discussions465,000[103]Open3,974[104]
      Gays.comSocial network for LGBT community, Guide for LGBT bars, restaurants, clubs, shopping2008-05-16100,000[105]Open. Global74,664[106]
      Geni.comFamilies, genealogy2007-01-1615,000,000[107]Open5,815[108]
      GogoyokoFair play in Music - Social networking site for musicians and music loversInvite only while in beta119,272[109]
      GoodreadsLibrary cataloging, book loversDecember 2006Open2,543[110]
      Google BuzzGeneralOpenNA (Alexa only records data for second-level domains)
      Gossipreport.comAnonymous gossipOpen to people 16 and older1,245,494[111]
      GovLoopfor people in and around government
      Grono.netPoland2,000,000[citation needed]Open2,958[112]
      HabboGeneral for teens. Over 31 communities worldwide. Chat Roomand user profiles.162,000,000[113][114][115]Open to people 13 and older6,545[116]
      hi5General. Popular in IndiaMongolia,ThailandRomaniaJamaicaCentral Africa and Latin America. Not very popular in the USA.200380,000,000[117]Open to people 13 and older. No children allowed51[118]
      Hospitality ClubHospitality328,629[119]Open38,258[120]
      HotlistGeo-Social Aggregator rooted in the concept of knowing where your friends are, were, and will be.80,000[121]Open28,241[122]
      Hub CultureGlobal influencers focused on worth creationNovember 200220,000[123]Invite-only515,308[124]
      HyvesGeneral, Most popular in the Netherlands.10,097,000[125]Open225[126]
      IbiboTalent based social networking site that allows to promote one's self and also discover new talent. Most popular in India.3,500,000[127]Open695[128]
      Indaba MusicOnline collaboration for musicians, remix contests, and networking.350,000[129]Open and Global55,062[130]
      IRC-GalleriaFinland505,000[131]Open to Finnish speaking people 12 and older3,302[132]
      italki.comLanguage learning social network. 100+ languages.500,000[133]Open. Global.29,939[134]
      InterNationsInternational communityInvite-only25,604[135]
      ItsmyMobile community worldwide, blogging, friends, personal TV-shows2,500,000[136]206,437[137]
      JaikuGeneral. Microblogging. Owned byGoogleFebruary 2006Open to people 13 and older15,661[140]
      JammerDirect.comNetwork for unsigned artistsOctober 2007136,000[141]Open to the General Public133,510[142]
      kaiooGeneral, nonprofitNovember 200730,000[143]386,200[144]
      Kaixin001General. In Simplified Chinese; caters for mainland China usersOpen to the General Public61[145]
      KiwiboxGeneral. For the users, by the users, a social network that is more than a community.19992,400,000[146]Open to people 13 and older104,563[147]
      LafangoTalent-Focused media sharing siteOpen global35,810[148]
      Last.fmMusic200230,000,000[149]Open to any age or gender310[150]
      LibraryThingBook lovers400,000[151]Open to people 13 and older4,529[152]
      lifeknotShared interests, hobbiesOpen to people 18 and older602,117[153]
      LinkedInBusiness and professional networkingMay 200380,000,000[154]Open to people 18 and older29[155]
      LinkExpatsSocial networking website for expatriates. 100+ countries.Open. Global.1,668,484[156]
      ListographyLists. AutobiographyOpen197,009[157]
      LiveJournalBlogging. Popular in Russia and among the Russian-speaking diaspora abroad.1999-04-1517,564,977[158]Open (OpenID)81[159]
      LivemochaOnline language learning - dynamic online courses in 35 languages - world’s largest community of native language speakers.5,000,000[160]Open4,079[161]
      Meetup.comGeneral. Used to plan offline meetings for people interested in various activitiesOpen to people 18 and older739[165]
      MeetthebossBusiness and Finance community, worldwide.Open107,180[166]
      mobikademobile community, UK onlyOpen to people 18 and older1,851,728[169]
      MocoSpacemobile community, worldwide3,000,000[170]Open to people 14 and older3,685[171]
      MOGMusicOpen to people 14 and older4,221[172]
      MouthShut.comSocial Network, social media, consumer reviewsOpen2,545[173]
      Mubi (website)Auteur cinema200,000Open25,648[174]
      Multiply"Real world" relationships. Popular in primarily in Asia.10,000,000[175]Open to people 13 and older. No children allowed246[176]
      MuxlimMuslim portal site200650,000[177]Open to people 13 and older59,099[178]
      MyAnimeListAnime themed social community160,000[179]Open to people 13 and older6,096[180]
      MyChurchChristian Churches144,295[181]Open94,510[182]
      MyHeritagefamily-oriented social network service30,000,000 [183]Open2,953[184]
      MyLifeLocating friends and family, keeping in touch (formerly Reunion.com)51,000,000[185]Open1,481[186]
      My OperaBlogging, mobile blogging, photo sharing, connecting with friends,Opera Link and Opera Unite. Global5,500,000[187]OpenNA (Alexa only records data for second-level domains)
      MySpaceGeneralAugust 2003130,000,000[188]Open to ages 13 and older.12[189]
      myYearbookGeneral, Charity20,000,000[190]Open to age 13 and up & Grades 9 and up851[191]
      Nasza-klasa.plSchool, college and friends. Popular in Poland11,000,000[192]Open110[193]
      NetlogGeneral. Popular in Europe, Turkey, the Arab World and Canada's Québec province. Formerly known as Facebox and Redbox.[194]70,000,000[195]Open to people 13 and older130[196]
      NettbyNorwegian Community2006-09-14Open2,719[197]
      NexopiaCanada1,400,000[198]Open to people 13 and older [199]24,071[200]
      NGO PostNon-Profit news sharing and networking, mainly in India15,000[201]Open70,134[202]
      NingUsers create their own social websites and social networksOpen to people 13 and older132[203]
      OdnoklassnikiConnect with old classmates. Popular in Russia and former Soviet republics45,000,000[204]Open92[205]
      OneClimateNot for Profit Social networking andClimate ChangeOpen to People of all ages and locations307,773[206]
      OneWorldTVNot for Profit Video sharing and social networking aimed at people interested in social issues, development, environment, etc.Open27,434,227[207]
      Open DiaryFirst online blogging community, founded in 199819985,000,000[208]Open to people 13 and older39,290[209]
      OrkutGeneral. Owned by Google Inc. Popular in India and Brazil.[210]2004-01-22100,000,000[211]Open to people 18 and older, (Googlelogin)43[212]
      OUTeverywhereGay/LGBTQ CommunityOpen329,887[213]
      PartnerUpSocial networking site for entrepreneurs and small business owners150,000[citation needed]Open and Free29,221[214]
      PartyflockDutch virtual community for people interested in house music and other electronic dance music. Since 2001, Partyflock has evolved into the biggest online community for the dance scene in the Netherlands10th November 2001321,125Open to people 18 years and up7,226[216]
      PingstaCollaborative platform for the world'sInternetwork ExpertsInvite-only, only Internet Experts1,668,955[217]
      PlayaheadSwedish, Danish teenagersClosed63,081[220]
      PlurkMicro-blogging, RSS, updates. Very popular in TaiwanOpen1,072[221]
      Present.lyEnterprise social networking and micro-bloggingOpen4,893,711[222]
      QapacityA a business-oriented social networking site and a business directoryOpen to people 16 and older96,847[223]
      QuechupGeneral, friendship, dating2007Open to those over 16150,757[224]
      QzoneGeneral. In Simplified Chinese; caters for mainland China users200,000,000[225]Open to the general publicNA (Alexa only records data for second-level domains)
      RaptrVideo gamesOpen25,664[226]
      RavelryKnitting and crochet743,930[227]Open7,811[228]
      RenrenSignificant site in China. Was known as 校内 (Xiaonei) until August 2009.15,000,000[229]Open103[230]
      ResearchGateSocial network for scientific researchers400,000[231]Open23,095[232]
      ReverbNation.comSocial network for musician and bands500,000[233]Open to people 16 and older4,422[234]
      ScienceStageScience-oriented multimedia platform and network for scientistsOpen26,804[237]
      Scispace.netCollaborative network site for scientistsBy invitation, but can request an invitation1,231,795[238]
      ShareTheMusicMusic Community. Sharing and listening to music for free and legallyOpen471,712[239]
      SkyrockSocial Network in French-speaking world22,000,000[241]Open111[242]
      SocialVibeSocial Network for Charity435,000[citation needed]Open41,927[243]
      Sonico.comGeneral. Popular in Latin America and Spanish and Portuguese speaking regions.17,000,000[244][245]Open to people 13 and older507[246]
      StickamLive video streaming and chat.2,000,000[247]Open2,742[248]
      StudiVZUniversity students, mostly in the German-speaking countries. School students and those out of education sign up via its partner sites schülerVZ and meinVZ.17,000,000[249]Open316[250]
      StumbleUponStumble through websites that match your selected interests10,600,000[251]Open185[252]
      TaggedGeneral. Subject to quite somecontroversy about its e-mail marketing and privacy policy70,000,000[253]Open117[254]
      TalentTroveOnline Talent NetworkOpen21,177[255]
      TalkbiznowBusiness networkingOpen283,770[256]
      TaltopiaOnline artistic communityOpen52,759[257]
      Taringa!General350,000[258]Open to people 13 and older126[259]
      TeachStreetEducation / Learning / Teaching - More than 400 subjectsOpen61,492[260]
      TravBuddy.comTravel20051,588,000[261]Open to people 18 and older11,789[262]
      Trombi.comFrench subsidiary of Classmates.com4,400,000[266]7,283[267]
      TuentiSpanish-based university and High School social network. Very Popular in Spain4,500,000[citation needed]Invite-only291[268]
      TumblrGeneral. Micro-blogging, RSS2007Open245[269]
      TwitterGeneral. Micro-blogging, RSS, updates2006-07-15175,000,000[270][271]Open10[272]
      VkontakteSocial Network for Russian-speaking world including former Soviet republics. Biggest site in RussiaSeptember 2006107,395,204[273]Open37[274]
      Vampirefreaks.comGothic and industrial subculture19991,931,049[275]Open to users 13 and over7,577[276]
      ViadeoGlobal Social Networking and Campus Networking available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese30,000,000[277]Open1,041[278]
      VirbSocial network that focuses heavily on artists, including musicians and photographers2007Open22,474[279]
      WakoopaFor computer fans that want to discover new software and games100,000[citation needed]Open9,420[281]
      WattpadFor readers and authors to interact & e-book sharingOpen11,008[282]
      WAYNTravel and lifestyleMay 200310,000,000[284]Open to people 18 and older2,974[285]
      WebBiographiesGenealogy and biographyOpen734,214[286]
      WeeWorldTeenagers - 10 to 1730,000,000[287]Open to ages 13 and older.8,729[288]
      WeOurFamilyGeneral with emphasis on privacy and securityOpen, subscription-based685,337[289]
      Wer-kennt-wenGeneral, largest German Social NetworkGeneral441[290]
      weReadBooksJune 20074,000,000[citation needed]Open80,233[291]
      Windows Live SpacesBlogging (formerly MSN Spaces)120,000,000[292]OpenNA (Alexa only records data for second-level domains)
      WiserEarthOnline community space for the social justice and environmental movement[293]34,240[294]Open to people 16 and older77,143[295]
      XangaBlogs and "metro" areasUnknown27,000,000[296]Open768[297]
      XINGBusiness (primarily Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and China)8,000,000[298]Open269[299]
      Xt3Catholic social networking, created after World Youth Day 2008Open459,914[300]
      YammerSocial networking for office colleaguesMust have company email32,993[301]
      Yelp, Inc.Local Business Review and TalkOpen343[302]
      YoumeoUK Social Network (focus on data portability)Open1,680,191[303]
      Zoo.grGreek Web Meeting point2004890,000[304]Open8,057[305]
      ZooppaOnline Community for Creative Talent (host of brand sponsored advertising contests)60,000[306]Open to people 14 and older[307]88,555[308]
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      Americabookshelf.com – One of the largest book exchange clubs across the US.

      BooksConnect – A book sharing community site connecting readers, authors, publishers, librarians and booksellers.

      BookCrossing.com – A community of users from over 130 countries who exchange books with each other at public places like cafes, parks etc.

      Bookhopper.co.uk – Free community for UK residents to share used books with each other.

      Bookins.com – Book sharing website that enables members to exchange used books with each other in real time.

      BookMooch.com – An interesting concept where users can exchange books with others through points. Users gain points when they give books to others.

      Booksalescout.com – Online community of users allowing them to sell books in the US.

      Bookswim.com – Book borrowing service with free shipping for registered website.

      ConnectViaBooks – A social networking site connecting book lovers and enabling them to discover other similar interests.

      GoodReads – GoodReads is a book reader’s community enabling members to review, share books they have been reading.

      PaperBackSwap.com – Users can share books amongst each other and only pay for the delivery charges.

      Pazap.com – A book trade engine for students to buy and sell old books.

      Read It Swap It – A free service that allows users to exchange books with others.

      Revish – Revish is another community for book lovers, letting them review their favorite books, group up, or simply tell the world what they’re currently reading.

      ShelfariShelfari – Shelfari is a popular social networking service for book lovers.

      Socialbib – Book swapping network between students.

      Business Networking & Professionals

      AdvisorGarage – It is an online directory of advisers who are willing to assist budding entrepreneurs.

      ArtBreak – ArtBreak is an artist community for sharing and selling artwork.

      Blogtronix – Blogtronix promotes corporate social networking, enterprise 2.0 and wikis.

      Commutal – Commutal is an online sharing platform for businesses to create media rooms, participate in domestic groups and share event happenings with each other.

      CompanyLoop – An online co-working community for global businesses.

      ConnectBeam – Connectbeam offers social networking specially designed for corporate users.

      Decorati – An interior designer community enabling users to post items for sale and for exchange.

      DoMyStuff – A good site for working professionals looking to find online assistants.

      Doostang – An invite only career community for professionals.

      Fast Pitch – It is a quickly growing business networking community in corporate world. Its online provides users with a one-stop shop network to market their business.

      iKarma Inc. – iKarma is a specialist in providing customer feedback for organizations and professionals.

      ImageKind – ImageKind is a community and marketplace for professional artists.

      Jambo – Jambo lets you connect with your neighborhood friends.

      Jigsaw – An online business card networking directory for users to establish contacts with each other. Each business card is listed with an email id and a contact number.

      Konnects – Konnects enables members to create their own professional networking communities.

      Lawyrs – A professional social networking community for lawyers.

      LinkedinLinkedIn – LinkedIn is a professional social networking website for business users, one of the most popular such sites out there. Some aspects of it are free, but many are paid.

      mediabistro.com – mediabistro.com is for professionals in content or creative industry.

      Pairup.com – Pairup connects business travelers assisting them to travel together.

      Ryze.com – A site for establishing new connections and growing networks. Connections for jobs, building career and making sales.

      Spoke.com – Spoke offers access to business network of over 40 million people worldwide.

      Visible Path – Visible Path helps organizations to integrate social networking into their existing tools.

      WebCrossing Neighbors – It provides a private label social network with personal spaces and user groups.

      XINGXING – XING is a networking directory of business contacts powering relationships between business professionals allowing users to connect with each other.



      Amiglia – A family networking service enabling users to connect to family members by publishing and sharing family trees, photos etc.

      CafeMom – CafeMom is a social networking site for mothers to connect and share thoughts with each other.

      Cingo – Cingo users connect with each other to organize their family life.

      CommonGate – A social networking platform that enables users to create their own social network for their friends, family or organization.

      Family 2.0 – Family 2.0 helps you create your own family social network, you can add family members, send personalized emails and create event alerts.

      Famiva – A premier social network to connect with family members and relatives in a secure environment.

      Famster – A private secure social network for family members.

      Geni.com – An exciting social networking site enabling members to create their family tree. Although it’s a relatively new site, it has grown tremendously fast, and has hundreds of thousands of users.

      Genoom – Genoom creates a meeting place for its site users. They can create a family network by inviting their relatives and discover their past memories.


      Kincafe – An ideal social network for families to connect with their beloved ones.

      Kinzin – Kinzin is an online meeting place for families to share family events, photos, stories and recipes.

      MayasMoM – A family networking site for parents.

      Minti – A collaborative parenting site.

      MomJunction – MomJunction allows mothers to find reliable answers to questions, create private spaces with friends and build communities.

      MothersClick – MothersClick connects mothers in a neighborhood with each and provides parenting advice to them.

      myfamily.com – An excellent way to connect with your family members.

      OneGreatFamily.com – An online shared database with combined knowledge and data at a single place.

      OurStory.com – OurStory enables users to share stories of their families with others.

      Parentography – A social network offering advice and advice for families.

      The Family Post – A sharing network for communication with family members.



      43 Things – A tagging based social networking site. Users create accounts and list a number of goals or hopes and these are parsed based on similarity to goals of other users.

      Amitize.com – Amitize is a worldwide friendship network.

      aSmallWorld – aSmallWorld is a private online community designed for individuals who would like to connect, re-connect to share similar thoughts with each other.

      Badoo.Com – Badoo is a dynamic multi-lingual social networking site with innovative photo and video features that allows its users worldwide to gain an instant mass audience and interact both locally and globally.

      BeboBebo – Bebo is a hugely popular site (especially in the UK), and similar in philosophy toMySpaceMySpace. It allows users to communicate with their friends in multiple ways including blogging, sending messages and posting pictures.

      Eons – An online gathering place for the elderly; most of the users are over the age of 50 years.

      Facebook.com – FacebookFacebook is a social networking phenomenon connection people with their friends, family and other users with similar interests.

      Faceparty – A UK based community social networking website. It started for youngsters but has now risen to popularity among all age groups.

      Flingr – Flingr allows users to connect with all categories of friends – colleagues, college mates and school buddies.

      FriendsterFriendster – It is a popular global social network for finding new friends and developing friendships as well as searching old friends.

      hi5Hi5 – Hi5 is a prominent social networking service in India with over 40 million users. However, Hi5 has recently experienced an upsurge beyond India and has shown increasing popularity in EU too.

      Lovento – Lovento allows you to discover news friends and also find information about latest events.

      Multiply.com – MultiplyMultiply is a social networking website providing easy way to share digital media which includes photos, videos and music.

      Mycool – Mycool enables members to find and share their interests with special groups.

      MySpace.commyspace.com – MySpace is an interactive social networking website consisting of personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music and videos. It’s currently the biggest social networking site out there, and while it might not be the most advanced one, the users seem to love its simplicity.

      NetFriendships.com – A comprehensive social networking site enabling users to make new online friends and discover old ones.

      Netlog – A social community of more than 20 million young Europeans.

      OrkutOrkut – Orkut is a social networking service owned by GoogleGoogle. It enables users to meet new friends and create communities.

      Passado – Passado is Europe’s no.1 re-union website connecting members with friends from school to workplace.

      Piczo – Piczo offers safe social networking environment to youngster around the world. Piczo users can design their personal website with photos, videos etc. and share it with their friends.

      Plazes – A social networking website for connecting with local users.

      Pownce.com – Pownce is a mix of social networking and microblogging. It enables users to send messages, files, events and links with each other.

      ProfileHeaven.com – A UK based social networking site for teenagers.

      reunion.com – A leading online service for discovering old friends, classmates and family members.

      Vox.com – VoxVox is a social blogging service where users share their ideas, photos, videos with family and friends.

      XangaXanga – Xanga is one of the biggest social networking platforms with features of sharing photos, photos and videos.

      XuQa – An online college social networking site with poker gaming features.

      Hobbies & Interests

      ActionProfiles.com – It is social networking community for sports and action. The features of the website are profiles of users with photographs and videos, reviews of products and job discussion boards.

      Arts community – Arts community provides a dynamic community experience by providing extensive listing of exhibitions, events and openings.

      BeGreen – BeGreen is a community that aims to generate environmental awareness for users.

      beRecruited – beRecruited is a dedicated online community for sportpersons and coaches.

      BottleTalk – BottleTalk is a wine lover’s community making it easy for members to share their drinking experiences.

      CarGurus – An automobile community website enabling users to post car reviews, photos and share opinions.

      Change – Change is a nonprofit social networking website that connects like minded users and allows them to exchange information.

      ChangingThePresent – A nonprofit fund raising community with membership of over 400 nonprofits.

      ChickAdvisor – ChickAdvisor is a sharing community for women users.

      CircleUp – CircleUp is one of the best community website connecting users to groups, clubs for knowledge sharing, information exchange.

      CoastrCoastr – Coastr connects beer lovers with each other.


      ColShare – ColShare is a community for people who have hobby of collecting items like coins, stamps etc.

      coRank – A rating community for users to share interesting information on internet.

      DailyStrength – A huge community of over 500 groups dealing with health issues and various medical challenges.

      Dundoo – Dundoo enables users to create image collages out of social networking profile. A big amount of ads on the site somewhat diminishes the overall impression.

      FlixsterFlixster – Flixster is a community for movie lovers.

      FuelEmpire – FuelEmpire brings automobile enthusiasts together at one place.

      GirlSense – A community for girls to promote their fashion designs & creations.

      Greenvoice – An online networking platform for people who are conscious about the environment, who want to inform each other on environmental issues and create a difference.

      iYomu – iYomu is an adult social networking website and it allows users to search for site members who have similar interests or for business needs.

      Motortopia – Motortopia is community for automobile lovers. It consists of passionate lovers of bikes, planes, cars and boats etc.

      MyCatSpace – MyCatSpace is a community for lovers of cats passionate to share experiences of their cats with others.

      MyDogSpace – MyDogSpace users can share their dog pictures, write blog posts about dogs and communicate with other dog lovers, all in a very lovely community.

      Uniteddogs – A social networking website for dog owners. The dog owners can creae profiles of their dogs, create blogs and share their thoughts.

      vSocial – vSocial is a video based social networking platform allowing content owners, site operators to deliver the message online with video.


      15+ Language Communities

      Media (Photo, Videovideo & Audio)

      25+ Video Sharing Services

      30+ Photo Sharing Services

      20+ Music Sharing Services

      Buzdeo – Buzdeo provides secure video sharing service with friends and family.

      Fotki – A photo sharing service enabling users to connect with friends.

      Fotolog – A big online photo sharing community.


      Asoboo – Asoboo is a sharing network for cultural artists from around the world.

      BandChemistry – A network for musicians uniting music bands all over.

      BandWagon – BandWagon is a music community website for music fans to manage their web pages, profiles, videos and music.

      CrackSpace – A common place for fans of hip-hop music.

      Moob – A dedicated community of hip-hop fans.

      MOG – An online community powering site members to discover music and music lovers.


      CrackBerry – A community dedicated to BlackBerry users.

      DodgeballDodgeball – A New York based service facilitating social interactions through mobile phones.

      Friendstribe.com – A mobile phone based social networking site.

      GotZapp – A mobile social network for sharing images, audio and graphics with your friends’ mobile phones.

      Groovr – An ultimate mobile social networking site for staying connected with friends. It is compatible with iPhone.

      JaikuJaiku – Jaiku is essentially a microblogging service with an SMS gateway, very similar to TwitterTwitter. They’ve recently been acquired by Google.

      Loopt – Loopt is a cool mobile based friend locator website. It uses GPS to show its users the location of friends by updating maps on mobile handset.

      Mixxer – Mixxer enables users to content on their mobile with site members.

      Mobango – A mobile community service powering users to search for user generated music content, videos and other data.

      Mozes – Mozes enables members to connect & socialize with each other through mobile phones.

      Partysync – Partysync helps users to interact with people using mobiles.

      Peepsnation – Peepsnation allows users with similar interests to connect with each other on location basis.

      Rabble – A location based social networking service for mobile phone users.

      Socialight – Socialight is a mobile based social networking site where users share their travel experiences with other mobile users.

      WattpadWattpad – A mobile phone social networking platform allowing users to discover, read and share their stories with each others.


      18 Sites for Social Shopping and Deals

      3LUXE – A community generated product research site.

      AgentB – A common place to find out the best shopping deals on internet.

      bringsome.com – A global goods delivery platform enabling community members to assist each other with access to best items from across the world.

      boxedup.com – Boxedup.com users add their favorite products to their list and share it with others.

      CoWorkersAds – An online marketplace listing allowing site members to discover and sell items among coworkers community.

      iliketotallyloveit.com – A user generated marketplace where users submit cool products.

      MyItThings.com – A user generated magazine for shopping.

      MyStore.com – A social market place for buyers and sellers.

      Productwiki.com – ProductWiki is a common place for users to share information about consumer products.

      RedFlagDeals.com – RedFlagDeals.com is Canada’s most popular shopping community which offers huge discounts to site users.

      Sale Grab – SaleGrab is a social shopping site for best sales and discount deals.

      Shoppero – Shoppero offers profit sharing to site users for writing product reviews.

      Smashing Darling – A collaborative market place connecting buyers and sellers at one place.

      Social BookMarking

      50+ Social Bookmarking Sites


      AlumWire – AlumWire has been created to assist college students, alumni with professional opportunities.

      B4Class – A social network for high school and college students.

      Campusbug – A college student social networking website.

      CampusRank – CampusRank members select and rate their old school friends and group them into various categories.

      College.com – An online community for college students.

      CollegeMedium.com – A student classifieds website for buying and selling items, jobs search etc.

      College Tonight – A great place to meet fellow college students and alumni.

      DormItem.com – A local classifieds listings for schools in various cities.

      Graduates.com – A social networking site assisting graduate school students to stay in touch post completion of course.

      Half.com – A leading student market place for buying and selling textbooks at discounted prices.

      iHipo – An international community for college students and business professionals looking for networking opportunities.

      LocalSchools – A networking site connecting students with local US colleges and universities.

      Pazap.com – A student trading site for buying and selling on-campus books with other students.

      Quizilla – Quizilla is a social network for young teens.

      RateMyProfessor.com – RateMyProfessor connects students aspiring to study similar courses by assisting each other.

      Student.com – Student.com is a big online community for college students, high school students and teens with around 1,000,000 members.

      Studentbid.com – Studentbid.com is a student market place for sales and purchase of items without any fees.

      StudentSN.com – A social network allowing users to create home pages with contact information, personal information and photo albums.

      Uloop.com – Uloop allows students to trade textbooks, promote community events and do host of other activities.

      Travel & Locals

      Amicoz.com – Amicoz is slightly different from conventional social networking sites; it doesn’t have some of the common features found on socnets. It is dedicated to assist users in sharing their travel experiences, nothing more, nothing less.

      Citizenbay – Citizenbay is a user community for discovering local information.

      CityTherapy – CityTherapy is an easy way to find and share places of interest (restaurant, bars) in Europe.

      CouchSurfing – A global travel network connecting travelers with local communities.

      fatdoor.com – A fun and an interactive way to connect with the folks from your neighborhood online.

      Going.com – A fun way to interact with people locally.

      iloho – An online travel community with similarity to social bookmarking services like digg.

      MatchActivity – A site connecting people on the basis of their activities. Users can find things to do and join people in their area.

      Matador – A travel based social network with an integrated blogging service.

      myTripbook.com – myTripbook.com is a place for people who want to share their travel experiences through photos, videos and blogging with others.

      OurFaves – OurFaves is a community of urban savvy folks who enjoy the Toronto city and find out cool places to hang out at.

      Outside.in – A nice way to explore local communities to keep track with neighborhood news.

      Rummble – Rummble enables users to discover as well as share places of interest in your neighborhood.

      TravBuddy – TravBuddy is a cool site for sharing travel experiences, finding new travel friends or reading travel reviews of fellow friends.

      Travellerspoint – An international meeting point for worldwide travelers.

      TravelTogether – A travel based social networking service enabling users to share travel plans, travel deals and experiences.

      tribe.net – Tribe.net is one of the easiest ways to connect with people for finding a restaurant, a killer apartment, a gentle dentist or a hiking friend.

      TripUp – A travel community site for finding travel information and planning for trips.

      Triporama- Triporama provides an easy way to plan and collaborate on group trips.

      VibeAgent – VibeAgent is a site about hotel reviews, travel meta-search and social networking.

      WAYN – A social networking website uniting world wide travelers.

      WeExplore – WeExplore provides an online platform for volunteers and travelers from all over the globe.

      Wikitravel – Wikitravel is dedicated project for creating a trusted, up-to-date travel guide. It has over 16,641 travel destination guides maintained and written by Wikitravellers from around the world.

      Zoodango – Zoodango is a website enabling users to connect with urban professionals either online or face-to-face at local venues.

        100 Social Bookmarking Sites

        posted Nov 19, 2010, 10:11 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Nov 19, 2010, 10:32 PM ]

        Digg : The social news site that changed the Internet, Digg is a high power authority and a listing in Digg for a site, even if it only has a couple of votes, will rank highly on Google and other search engines for certain terms. If your site is shared and voted upon on Digg, and makes the Digg homepage, you’ll get a lot of traffic and attention from other bloggers who read Digg.

        del.icio.us : THE social bookmarking site : It allows you to easily add sites you like to your personal collection of links and to categorize those sites with keywords. Not to mention that if enough people save your site in a bookmark, it will make their popular page and send a lot of traffic. Delicious is owned by Yahoo and is a MUST for your social media and bookmarking strategy.

        Reddit : Timely and shocking news oriented, Reddit stories are instantly voted upon and if liked by the community as a whole, can drive incredible traffic and users.

        Backflip : Backflip is a free service currently being run by volunteers. Backflip was started in 1999 by Netscape veterans Tim Hickman and Chris Misner. As a research tool, Backflip is clearly of value to the education community, and that community (or at least certain segments) has certainly embraced Backflip. A Google search of sites that contain the term “Backflip.com” results in numerous education-related links, including Teacher Tools.

        barksbookmarks : BARKS=BookmARKS is a website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control.

        BibSonomy :BibSonomy is run by the Knowledge Data Engineering Group of the University of Kassel, Germany. Its specifically designed for researchers, in sharing bookmarks and bibliographies

        Blinklist :A social bookmarking site launched by Mindvalley. According to their site, they launch several web businesses a year and are focused in 3 areas. – Technology, media and Marketing. BlinkList does have a user friendly interface indicating that its being run well and efficiently. They also quote “fully profitable” on their site. Furthermore, you can label and comment about any web page on the Internet.

        Blipoo :Meet Blipoo, a social bookmarking site for “cool” people sharing “cool” stories. It claims to help bloggers drive more traffic to their blog because they allow self promotion..

        BlogBookMark : Designed specifically for Blog hunters, BlogBookmark.com claims to have the hottest news, gossip, and blog chatter from around the web. I highly sugggest that mainstream bloggers bookmark their entires here.

        BlueDot : This basic social networking service allows users to save and share bookmarks.

        blurpalicious : Get Blurped! Not too different from other social bookmarks, but I love the tagline.

        Bmaccess : Social bookmarking with thumbs :)

        Bookkit : BookKit.com is an absolutely free web service designed to facilitate bookmark (favorites) management needs.

        BookMarkAll : Bookmarkall is an online bookmark community where users can create, organize and share their favorite web links online and access them anywhere.

        Bookmark-manager : Organizer for bookmarks, calendar, diary and knowledge.

        bookmarktracker : Free online storage, management, synchronizing and RSS sharing of your bookmarks.

        Bookmax : You can store your bookmarks and links to your favorite sites online and access them from wherever you are : basic Social Bookmarking.

        Buddymarks : The online personal, group and social bookmarks manager.

        Bukmark : Bukmark is a social bookmarking website.

        Chipmark :Another basic social bookmarking site.

        Citeulike : A free service to help academics to share, store, and organise the academic papers they are reading.

        Claimid : Manage your online identity. Although this is not a normal social bookmarking site, users can bookmark sites which reference their identity and build backlinks in this fashion.

        Clipclip : Clipclip allows you to save images and text, with a “bookmarklet”.

        Cloudytags : A unique word analyzer connects to your page, gets all the words and suggest you the real tags your site is showing to the world.

        Complore : Derived from com-(with,together) and explore-(search, research). As the name suggests, complore is a vision to connect people from diverse backgrounds