What is The Purpose to Have Social Network Service?

Why do people sign up for social network services? The main reason for having these services is to drive more traffic to your blog/website. If you run a business blog/website, getting more visitors will no doubt bring you more sales and thus gain more profits. Therefore getting more traffic to your blog/website through these social network services is really important. The list below shows the Free social network services I’ve signed up so far:

  • BlogRush – BlogRush is a “Cooperative Syndication Network.” It’s a network of blogs that run a small “widget” on their pages. Shut down by its owner.
  • Del.icio.us – Del.icio.us is a social bookmarking web service for storing, sharing, and discovering web bookmarks.
  • Google Reader – With Google Reader, keeping up with your favorite websites is as easy as checking your email.
  • MyBlogLog – A Yahoo! service … MyBlogLog is now a part of the Yahoo! family. Sign up now using your Yahoo! ID. Don’t have a Yahoo! ID? Signing up is easy.
  • Technorati – Real-time search for user-generated media (including weblogs) by tag or keyword. Also provides popularity indexes.
  • Yahoo! Bookmarks (beta) – Allows users to import bookmarks and organize them into folders. Also offers a toolbar to add into the browser.
  • YouTube – Hosts user-generated videos. Includes network and professional content.

What is the purpose to have social network service? Do you think they will bring more visitors to your blog/website? Please leave a comment below.

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