01 Apr

March Top 7 geek sites

A list of the sites I found on March that I enjoyed the most and visited often:

TechCrunch is a weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies. It is edited by Michael Arrington. I absolutely love this blog.

Smashing Magazine delivers useful and innovative information for web-designers and web-developers. It was founded in August 2006 by Sven Lennartz and Vitaly Friedman, and it is a huge success already. The secret to its incredibly fast growing popularity is very simple: absolutely GREAT articles.

Micropersuasion is where Steve Rubel explores how technology is revolutionizing PR and marketing. I discovered him through a lifehacker reference, and he has been a recurring reading since.

Copyblogger is now my official reference for copywriting tips. A very focused and pleasent blog to read. It is the work of Brian Clark.

Stundbul.com is a blog about Internet Marketing, maintained by SEO Consultant Todd Malicoat. He writes his thoughts very clearly, and posts great tips and articles.

Threadwatch.org is a community website focused on Internet marketing and related technologies. It is an excellent reference for SEO.

Digg is almost synonym to Social Media (SM). There are now tons of similar sites, and some that I would probably enjoy more, since Digg has become very crowded, and has many topics I do not “digg”. Anyway, Digg is probably the best place to get started with SM.

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3 Responses to “March Top 7 geek sites”

  1. 1
    Bilal Hameed Says:

    Your site is also nice geek. Keep up the good work. You might also consider adding startupmeme to your reading list.

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    conradov Says:

    Thank you Bilal.

    I will certainly visit back at your site.

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    oopi Says:

    I too love TechCrunch, so your list was a great find! Thanks.

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