Here's PART of a collection of sites and web 2.0 type of communities, blogs and other internet hubs that I use to get the word out on www.chinasuccesstories.com. It is quite a (web 2.0) list, well worth visiting obviously. But does conquering the China Business community really need all this effort, or am I just being impatient? Let's see. You – now that is defining web 2.0 isn't it – be the judge:
- LinkedIn: find me on http://www.linkedin.com/pub/0/898/4a7 and our executive editor http://www.linkedin.com/pub/3/392/425 and some others linking to www.chinasuccessstories.com
- Twitter: I actually like this app. Look me up on http://twitter.com/FishinChina and make sure to press 'follow' to get the short version of updates from www.chinasuccessstories.com
- MSN Live Spaces: http://chinabusinesssuccess.spaces.live.com/ (I'm not a big fan of this one)
- Facebook: look for Michael De Beer (I will add pictures and high school details soon ok?)
- Google(reader): sort of summarizing all the rest on a page at http://www.google.com/reader/shared/03356582014251863994 ("and there's a feed too")
- Flickr: the site "that loves me" on http://www.flickr.com/photos/how-to-china/
- Del.ico.us: some of my bookmarks http://del.icio.us/MMCDEB
- StumbleUpon: this turned out to be great for traffic http://mmmdeman.stumbleupon.com/
More China Business promotional sites?
Many! I'll get back on you on communities like http://clubchina.klm.com and http://www.fcclub.com/ sometime later. And on what commenting on blogs does to your ranking. Deal?
Meanwhile I'm making sure that if you can't remember www.chinasuccessstories.com you can find us on:
Among a lot of others.
But let's get back to web 2.0 shall we?
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