|Are you still using social media to build up the heat on your website after being stunned by the myths we’ve dispelled about Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Feedburner, and Digg in Part I of our social media article, and shocked by the secrets we’ve revealed about Delicious and YouTube in Part II? Well, now it’s time to get super hot with the information we’ll flash you about Flickr, StumbleUpon, and Google Buzz in the third and final chapter of our series.|
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|Today, we continue our look into the seedy, dirty, lustful world of social media in an eye-opening and expectation shattering look at what the social networks can and can’t do for you.
In part one of our exposé, we revealed the secrets of Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Feedburner, and Digg. In part II we have a look at Delicious and YouTube.
|Much like high school, being popular on the social networks is about being accepted by the cool kids. However, instead of the meatheads that ruled the schools, it’s the pencil necks that are now at the top of the pecking order. I’m still waiting for when the “small hands” crowd have their day in the sun.
Anyway, regardless of your level of experience in using social media to promote a website, you’ve probably seen some examples of successful integration. Some sites even make it seem easy with their 2000 diggs, 100,000 RSS subscribers or their 200k twitter followers, but what kind of expectations should you have when first promoting your own website? Below is a breakdown of several common social media sites and what you should expect if you intend to use them as part of your website promotion strategy.