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Quick Poll: Which networking sites are worth your time?

Quick Poll: Which networking sites are worth your time?

Recent research from Nielsen shows the use of Facebook and Twitter has increased by hundreds of percentage points, when compared with this time last year. (Facebook being the most popular social networking site and Twitter being number five).

While users are logging on to these sites in far greater numbers, the long-term future of the services is far from guaranteed. The research firm also found a growing number of Twitter users weren’t returning to the site long after first using it, with a risk of falling popularity among consumers as time goes on.

Social networking sites allow you to strengthen your base of personal contacts, along with the opportunity to put a better public face to your company by getting information out quickly and collaborating with potential customers and partners online.

Yet, with Web 2.0 websites and services becoming an increasingly crowded space, which ones do you and your business continue to find useful?

Let us know by voting at reseller.co.nz


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