Here is an Infographic I created giving details of 8 slightly less mainstream social media sites you may or may not have heard of. #infographic Should you be using them? There are way more than the usual Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus. Perhaps your niche would be better suited on a less well known platform?
8 Alternative Social Media
Sites You Should consider?
Designfloat is the social media site dedicated to
the design industry. Laid out a bit like
bookmarking – could be useful if this is your
Delicious is an easy tool that is also 100% free
to use. This will organise for you and help you
to remember all your favourite links you find
interesting across the web.
Blogmark is a social bookmarking service that
allows categorization via custom tags. Several
tools too to allow you to share content. Invite
only to get in.
Aim gives you a simple way to chat with friends,
colleagues and family – or use it to collaborate
on a project. Talk and share with the groups of
people that matter to you the most.
Newsvine is a community powered news website for
anyone who wishes to share news stories. Drawing
content from its users and syndicated content
from its mainstream press.
Arguably the best photo sharing and photo
management application on the web today. Show off
your favourite photos to the world, safely and
Blinklist is a great bookmarking site. Never lose
a great web page again. Boosting over 500,000
members now and growing fast. Great for sharing
links with others.
Digg – What the Internet is talking about right
now. The most interesting and talked about
stories, videos and pictures across the web. Is
your story on here?