Social networks Internet sites are websites where people visit chat, exchange information, discuss topics, share opinions and see what others are doing. They unite like-minded people. They are the Internet equivalent of pubs, clubs, cafes and bars where people meet and socialize together. If you want to popularize your site and increase the number of visitors over time, these sites are a great way to do this. They allow you to mention your site, leave a link to it, and make people talk about it.
Google counts the number of independent links over the Internet to each site to determine which ones are the most popular. Therefore, by publishing a post on a social networking site that links to your blog or website, the popularity of your site increases in the Google search ranking, which means that it grows a little more. In addition, the more your site is mentioned and commented on by others, the more visitors you attract and the more money you can earn.
Social networking sites, such as All Social, allow people to meet and discuss issues with people who have similar interests. Once you meet in these circles and start making a group of friends, returning and chatting can be very addictive, and people can spend days all day talking with virtual friends they have never met. If you are working on this and starting to make friends, you can start mentioning your website and telling people what your website is about. Suddenly, many new people can start visiting your site. They begin to tell their friends about it, who, in turn, tell their friends, and before they learn about it, the number of visitors increases.
In addition, social bookmarking sites, such as Digg, Delicious, Reddit, and StumbleUpon, allow people to tell others about interesting sites, especially the news they found. The idea is that you can notify these sites of news that you find especially useful for reading, and that others can cast their votes or opinions, and some news material subsequently becomes outstanding or interesting.