Which Websites Are Trending These Days?
You have heard of Facebook, you have heard of G+, certainly heard of, so now what? Do we just sit back and relax while we socialize on these sites or do we think about latest changing trends or look into places where users are going.
That's what I thought and it's a smart choice.
In this blog we will talk about the lesser popular websites but slowly moving from their ponds to the sea where these big fishes have already formed a monopoly.
Pinterest has a unique way of getting users to your site through images and titles. Pinterest users are becoming more active on the site and increasing day by day. It's absolutely fast when you want to socialize something.
See an image, click on Pinterest icon, select the category and you are done. Since it's easy to use and doesn't need much clicking, users tend to Pinterest everything more often.
Instagram is yet another sharing site that can bring a lot of good healthy traffic to your site. Your business can gain its target market if you make sure to instagram your products. It certainly will also create a good name for your brand.
One of the very easy platforms for blogging is Tumblr and if you think it's just new then think again. It has already got 126 million blogs. Users can blog from mobile and upload images.
I guess all the web sites have finally realized that users don't want to make 7 clicks for a work that can be done in 3 clicks.
I love the name "Snapchat." It's totally self-explaining itself.
Statistically, over 540 million photos get uploaded on Snapchat to be shared with the world and that's not the number for one month, that's for one single day.
Snapchat lets you share images of anything that interests you and that is one excellent way to share and socialize.
Path is a new name emerging like a shooting star (only it's going up).
It is a platform which provides social networking to users. You may say, what's so different about this site and the difference is, well let's just say, different.
Path lets you socialize with a limited number of people instead of going out to a large wholesome cluster. You can have 150 people and whatever you share is between you and those 150 people.