Discussion in 'General Webmaster Discussion' started by krisov, Jan 30, 2010.
These are my favorite sites:
The Brain Portal and
SourceForge (who else?)
Dynamic Drive (huge free CSS library, navigation menus)
The list goes on and on...
I really admire DP Forums (it is my very first SEO forums to joined with; it is where I learned SEO!). I do admire also Wordpress; Its what I am using in my personal and SEO blog.
i admire google, my fave search engine.. and youtube.. my fave video site :laugh:
I agree with crawler. And always admire network Forum is also........
My favorite site is Google for searching what I want to find.
frankly speaking, i admire facebook as most of my friends are inside there all the time. more than on MSN these days!
Well, who doesn't admire Google? aside from G, i would say that i do admire Youtube because of its wide sharing of videos that can help, bring inspiration, laugh and entertainment to people who browsed their site. I love to watch funny clips and video in there specially the tutorial thing of anything that i would like to know on how to's.
Bing. They could easily have bought another company like yahoo and branded it. but they really are giving it their own shot. impressed. shows a lack of ego in my opinion. they don't mind sucking as they learn and try to build something to compete with google. they're doing a better job of it than google are of making microsoft competitive products.
I agree, a very good forum with lots of information and tools.
The sites i admire and is using are
I don't have an idea about this.
I love Bored Panda as well as the SEO Moz's Blog.
Google, Facebook etc.. I know these the most popular and most common answer, still....
i really like digitalpoint and siteowners forum as there are a lot of useful info and a lot of qualified ppl who can help in some urgent issues.
Me too, it's great way of connecting people all around the world. It makes you feel like you are not a thousand miles away!
From an everyday life view, I really really appreciate online shopping sites, like Amazon and Ebay. They certainly make my life more easier as I don't have to rely to physical stores and shops. I can shop whenever I want.
Digital Points forums are solely used by me to recruit new writing clients, it is good for that.
I like blogs like getpaidtofart.com because she started like me, as a struggling writer.
MySpace isn't the oldest online social network, but it helped define them -- and it incorporates many different Web services into a comprehensive package. Every MySpace profile comes with the ability to post blogs, news items and status updates and create rich, detailed user profiles. Members can post and share pictures, videos and music, plus can create groups and invite other members to join. Thus my choice is myspace.
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