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Facebook:  facebook.com

The most popular connection site by far, with over a billion users, Facebook allows you to engage the world around you in a whole new way.  

Twitter:  twitter.com

Twitter is a real-time information network that connects you to the latest stories, ideas, opinions and news about what you find interesting. Simply find the accounts you find most compelling and follow the conversations.  Its power is in its simplicity:  you don’t have to make a compelling webpage or tweet at all.  Just sit back, relax, and listen in.

WordPress:  wordpress.com

WordPress is a website template system that allows you to express yourself to the world.  Start everything from a simple blog to a full fledged website, and show the world how you feel.  With customized plug-ins, you can track the views of your page, add polls, create a calendar of events, and so much more.  Use the app for your mobile phone or device and add your thoughts to the site whenever the mood strikes you.

LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com

Linkedin is a social media site designed to connect you with professional people in your field of interest.   Connect both locally and globally with individuals and search for people, jobs, and opportunities like never before.  Take your connections on the go with their mobile app.  Build your professional network, one link at a time.

Pinterest:  pinterest.com

Pinterest is a virtual pinboard that lets you organize and share all the things you find on the web.  You can share everything from pictures to recipes and connect with others through your shared interests.  Best of all, you can browse pinboards created by other people which allows you to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests.

Foursquare:  foursquare.com

Foursquare is a free app that helps you and your friends make the most of where you are. When you’re out and about, use Foursquare to share and save the places you visit. And, when you’re looking for inspiration for what to do next, you can get personalized recommendations and deals based on where you, your friends, and people with your tastes have been.

Flickr:  Flickr.com

Flickr is a specialized blogging service that is geared towards photography.  Like other sites of this type, you can share and comment on posted pictures.

Mashablewww.mashable.com

Mashable is a social media website that collects and distributes the latest and greatest news throughout the web about the things people care about.  From social media news, tech stories, entertainment, gaming, and more, Mashable will keep you informed.

Digg: www.digg.com

Like Mashable, Digg is a social media website that collects what’s trending on social media and shares it. Whatever people are talking about, you’ll more than likely “Digg it.”

Myspace: www.myspace.com

The predecessor to Facebook, Myspace was the site that started it all.  Originally it centered on music and entertainment and encouraged users to make custom website designs.  Though not as popular as it once was, Myspace has since underwent significant changes in an attempt to regain some of it’s prominence.

Yelpwww.yelp.com

Yelp is a website designed to connect users with the best businesses in their communities.  By creating a free profile, you’ll be able to post reviews, tips, and give the inside track to others visiting the area.  Read what’s been posted and give your opinion.  By using Yelp, you can become your own critic.

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