- Reddit - Reddit is a very popular social news website that boasts a lot of subscribers and covers a wide range of topics.
- Digg - Initially, Digg was reserved to technology and related topics but is now a broad topic news site that again has a lot of subscribers and regular readers.
- Newsvine - Not as popular as the two above but offering a slightly more formal tone to its content. Again, a good range of topics are covered.
- MySpace - It may be largely riddled with spam, but there are still too many genuine users for you to ignore MySpace. You don't have to be an unsigned band to take advantage either.
- Facebook - Has caused quite a stir and offers users the chance to create and distribute their own applications as well as content. Another very popular site.
- LinkedIn - LinkedIn is a social networking site dedicated to professionals and businesses. It can really help to build a huge network of partners, customers, and other useful contacts in a business network.
- del.icio.us - Register, store bookmarks that you find useful, and include a bookmark to your own website and use a public profile.
- Stumble Upon - Same again. Alternatively, you can add a Stumble icon to each of your pages, blog posts, and other media and let your readers do the walking for you.
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