There is so much social media around these days it is hard to keep up. Users potentially keep up to date using social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, but there are alternatives such as selective blogs which provide a daily treat of valuable information in bite-size pieces. In this article, we will list 10 blogs that you can use to improve your social networking lifestyle.
The list is compiled from PC World, and come in a variety of different flavors for different aspects of the social media world. They come from selective practitioners, experts and thinkers around the internet which spill out the latest news, hints, tips, and insights to give you something to chew on throughout your day.
In no particular order, we start with All Facebook. A website dedicated to the ever evolving world of the social networking giant. Want news about the future of Facebook, or the applications you can use on it? Or even coverage on new Facebook applicants? Then this is the blog for you.
SmartBlog is a very knowledgeable website as it picks up the most interesting and relevant information from the social media world on the web. Socialnomics is also another similar blog that looks at the latest trends in the social media universe, focusing on news and what it means for users and businesses.
A host of similar blogs are also worth a mention, with SocialMedia.biz that give advice on social media strategy, news, trends, tools and resources.
If products are more your thing, then Scobleizer could be just up your street. They also cover views on the social media landscape that also come with interviews and detailed analysis in the Web 2.0 world.
The entire list can be found on the PC World website, where they go more in depth with what to expect from these social networking giants.
If you have any other blogs and social networking websites that you think are worth a look, then please post them in he comments section below for our readers.
Source: PC World
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