Top High PR Web 2.0 Sites List For SEO are normally used to create backlinks and for gets more advantage in your SEO strategy. These High PR web 2.0 sites list are the most significant websites, there you can get backlinks and more traffic to your website or blog. when you write a useful article for your blog, put out your article link in these high PR web 2.0 sites to gets backlinks, SEO, traffic and more vital rankings on all kind search engines. There are different classes of web 2.0 functions as well as wikis, blogs, pod casting, social networking, social media, social bookmarking, forums ,micro blogging, and content hosting services. How to Get Backlink (create link building) From web 2.0 sites? Each SEO expert know importance of High PR Dofollow web 2.0 sites. Web 2.0 sites is very useful for rapid ranking, But many newbies don’t know, how to get backlinks from high PR dofollow web 2.0 sites or how to build backlink using high PR dofollow web 2.0 sites, I … [Read more...] about Top 200 Manually Verified High PR Web 2.0 Sites List For SEO.
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As businesses get more and more obsessed with building community and leveraging Web 2.0 techniques, a lot of small businesses are finding themselves wondering if they can afford to get into the game. What these small businesses often miss is the fact that they don't need to invest a ton of time and money into fancy new technologies. Sometimes, it's about finding what already exists and leveraging it for your brand. That's something I've noticed more and more companies doing with Flickr, my favorite social media site. Mack Collier's post over at The Viral Garden today reminded me of a great example of a company using Flickr to build community and to promote a "soft-sell." I'd seen mention of the Georgia Aquarium using Flickr before, but hadn't had a chance to do much digging into how they setup their group. Mack explains: The Georgia Aquarium noticed that visitors had taken a ton of stunning photos of the displays at the aquarium and had posted them on Flickr. So the Georgia … [Read more...] about You Don’t Have to Build Your Own Tools to go Web 2.0
Microsoft’s Qi Lu announced two new partnerships today at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. Here’s a transcript of his chat with Tim O’Reilly. Qi Lu I was at Yahoo for 10 years, and I always told Jerry, after 10 years I’m going to try something new. I went to Microsoft because I wanted to have an impact. Search is about computationally understanding user intent. Understanding their interests and needs. That’s “absolutely” our long-term goal – to “build a mind-reader.” Once you understand user intent, you can figure out different solutions. There are many queries where images are best at fulfilling intent. Sometimes videos are best at fulfilling intent. Ahead, you have Facebook and Twitter – particularly Twitter. There’s a strong velocity of things flowing through that will enable people to get answers. Yusuf Mehdi to do a demo now. Bing launched about 100 days ago and off to a pretty good start. People will … [Read more...] about Qi Lu Speaking At Web 2.0
Marissa Mayer, Google’s VP of Search Products and User Experience, is speaking today at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. The following is a live blog of her appearance, which is scheduled less than an hour after she announced a Google/Twitter partnership to include real-time tweets in Google’s search results. This is a four-person panel moderated by John Battelle: Martin Nisenholtz, Senior Vice President of Digital Operations, New York Times Company Marissa Mayer, Vice President, Search Products & User Experience, Google Eric Hippeau, CEO, Huffington Post Robert Thomson, Managing Editor, Wall Street Journal Battelle begins by asking if it’s right to talk so much about the death of the newspaper, and to blame Google for it. Nisenholtz says there’s many more interesting things to talk about. Local newspapers are “still pretty healthy, but large metropolitan newspapers are under the most pressure.” Battelle asks Thomson if he feels Google … [Read more...] about Google’s Marissa Mayer & “Wither Journalism” At Web 2.0
Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz will be speaking today at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. I’m here and will be live blogging her remarks, when the session begins. Bartz is set to speak at 2pm Pacific, and she’ll be interviewed on stage by John Battelle. Live blogging to start shortly. There’s also a live stream here. John: Can you tell us what is Yahoo? Carol: I can. I mean maybe it has taken me 2 years, but I got it. The question has interested me because I think Yahoo is a really simple story. Content, communications, media, technology, that’s Yahoo. John: When you started at Yahoo, was it that? Carol: I think Yahoo has frankly always been that. It was better at times, but I think it has always stood for those words. You have to talk about technology, the great tech that allows our science that personalizes the web. You have to talk about media, communication, like IM. I think it went a little off the tracks when people called it a search company. John: You solved … [Read more...] about Live Blogging Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz At Web 2.0 Summit