10 social media sites, blogs and links you might have missed

I haven’t done a post on stuff I’ve saved lately, and I love when others share links, articles and sites with me, so here’s a few that I’ve accumulated.

I’ve been writing and talking a lot about Facebook and children and parents lately, and the site Togetherville is at least a step in some direction. I don’t know if it’s the answer but at least someone is doing something.

I came across Tlists when I showed up on one of it’s lists of “The most listed Tweeters on 921 lists about Social Media”. Find the best tweeters on any topic.

When I participated in this innovative Twitter project by Toby Bloomberg is an incredibly smart marketer out of Atlanta, I had no idea she would make it into an ebook, but it’s a great read and was a great idea! – Social Media Marketing GPS: A New Media Roadmap For Creating A Social Media Strategy

What are the top brands on Facebook? What might be a better question is, Are you surprised at who you see on this list? Fan Page List has all the data.

From one of our weekly Tweetchats hosted by JD Lasica on Facebook and Privacy, this link was shared: Facebook Backlash Sparks Transparency Tools which has a couple of really good tools in the article.

While we’re at, have a look at Openbook

I can’t say it any better than this: Where DIY meets WTF..

Turn an email address into a social profile with Flowtown

This has some potential now that Ning has constructed pay walls; Add a forum or social network to your blog with BlogFrog

This last post was so dead on and had me laughing and nodding my head all in the same breath. 8 websites you need to stop building

Got any I might have missed?

4 thoughts on “10 social media sites, blogs and links you might have missed

  1. Marc – thanks for your kind words about Social Media Marketing GPS.

    When I realized the extent of the knowledge and information that y’all so generously shared it seemed a crime not to to share the content with the community. I tried a blog .. but that just didn’t work. The next logical step was to wrap it in some context and create an eBook.

    Your Tweet-interview in Chapter 2 is wonderful! Hope you and community enjoy this new concept of a business book!

  2. Great list of social sites here Marc…

    tlists has become an invaluable tool for skimming through the latest news in real time from trusted sources.

    Thanks for the heads up!

  3. Marc,

    I noticed you were interested in social media sites for kids that are actively trying to provide a safe and secure environment for kids to engage in social media.

    I think you’d be interested to learn about http://www.WhatsWhat.Me. If you have a chance you should check it out.


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