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Technorati: Life of the Web Party, Pt. 1

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Under the Technorati name, they boast a plethora of Internet social networking services spanning the blogosphere and twitter (Twittorati), blogcritics, and media and advertisement. Technorati, like many networking sites on the Net, acts as an aggregator and indexer of content, too. They’re even hip with the new social media language, using terms like “global online conversation” in their About section. Point is, Technorati has got it going on. Technorati was the first blog search engine and has continued to influence the online community in a positive fashion. Here are some of the many positive accoutrements Technorati marshals:

– News, blog, twitter, and content aggregator and indexer. The use of lists, no matter how simple of a function, enables an easy digestion of material. E.g. Blog Directory, Top 100s, Tags, and others.

– Content people want to hear ranging from cutting edge topics to classics. Read about things like the Google Android to Technorati Writers archives.

– User friendly and attractive layout. Who doesn’t like pictures and short bits of information?

– Content related advertisements and links. Searching for information about the Apple iPad? You’re bound to get more than what you bargained for.

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Written by socialmediashark

May 2, 2010 at 5:23 pm

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