Larry Brauner

Seth Godin’s Web 2.0 Traffic Watch List

My interest in social media has evolved substantially over the past year.

My love for social networking sites is not something new, but my appreciation for blogging and social bookmarking sites certainly are.

As I mentioned in my recent post, Social Networking Site Catalog, “I launched this blog to share my passion for online social networking and my experiences at social networking sites. I never intended to assemble a catalog. There are already too many good ones out there.”

One of the world’s top marketers and author of marketing books, Seth Godin, provides a catalog of 952 top social media sites, Seth Godin’s Web 2.0 Traffic Watch List. It can help you know what’s hot and what’s not.

Here are the top ten from Seth’s list as I write this:

  1. youtube.com
  2. myspace.com
  3. orkut.com
  4. en.wikipedia.org
  5. ebay.com
  6. facebook.com
  7. fotolog.com
  8. flickr.com
  9. friendster.com
  10. photobucket.com

Put content in the right places, and you will attract other users and search engines like a magnet. If you’re into marketing, that’s exactly what you want.

How do you use social media?

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  1. David Hobson on May 4th, 2008 3:11 am

    952 social media websites. Man thats going to take some time to go through.

  2. Malika Duke on September 5th, 2008 3:04 pm

    “Put content in the right places, and you will attract other users and search engines like a magnet. If you’re into marketing, that’s exactly what you want.”

    If I may Larry… I’d like to add “right” in front of “content”. Unless, of course, you don’t mind the nasty google paper trail that follows you around!

    I see many people leaving spammy content or un-optimized (is that a word?) content on some really powerful sites and not getting the results they desire.

    Malika

  3. Larry Brauner on September 5th, 2008 5:12 pm

    I was giving my readers the benefit of the doubt, but you make a good point Malika.

    And, as long as we’re commenting on this post, let me add Ning Social Networking Sites to the list of social media sites. It looks to me like Ning is gaining momentum.

  4. Chuck Bartok on September 14th, 2008 11:41 pm

    Larry,

    I am totally Impressd. This is an outstanding blog.

    Thank you.

    Your leadership is evident.

  5. Magnetarmbänder on March 1st, 2009 7:55 am

    I also have my list of top social bookmarking/article submission sites, although there may be hundreds of them, I only submit to 50 sites on a regular basis, and stay active on just 10 of them. This is because I prefer quality over quantity.

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  7. Taylor on April 10th, 2011 10:31 am

    As time has gone by since this was initially published, I would put MySpace and Orkut considerably further down the list in 2011.

    Its interesting to review the list and eyeball some of the more obvious changes in the ranks in terms of who has gained more traction with users and who’s fallen back or disappeared.

  8. Mark of Topical Niacinamide on April 28th, 2011 11:04 pm

    Seth Godin is one of my favorite marketing authors, one thing I went to point out though if you plan in using Wikipedia as a medium, you may just want to use your brand or website’s URL as a reference rather than creating a marketing spot within the site.

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