It seems like an eternity ago that MySpace first hit the web. But it was
2003 when the site launched and 2006 when it became the most popular social
networking site on the web.
Things have dramatically changed in a short period of time.
Facebook overtook MySpace as the leader just a brief two years later.
Which leaves me asking the questions Why would anyone continue to use
MySpace? Who ARE these people?
Regardless, social media is here to stay.
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and thousands of wannabe sites provide
us with opportunities to connect with others from next door and all over the
With such a massive market at stake, it was only a matter of time before
Google successfully entered the space.
Now we have Google Buzz, the Big G's answer to social networking.
And I have to admit, there are some things I really like about it.
In fact, I think Buzz is so relevant that I took the time to create a brief
report for those wondering how they can leverage the power of Buzz for
In the report I define Buzz, discuss how to build your follower list, how to
manage your content, and how to incorporate Buzz into your overall social
It's just 31 pages. It's easy to read. And its totally free.
To download my report directly right now, click below.
Feel free to pass the report around, retweet this page or simply point others
here. I would love to hear your feedback, so please leave comments below.