My best 66 Web2.0 sites on the Web !!!

I’ve put together a list of 66 Web2.0 sites. As far as I can tell, they pretty much the best the web have to offer. If you have any suggestions on new, up and coming sites, please drop it in the comments below.

FeedBurner helps online publishers – anyone producing content on the web – to manage, promote and monetize their distributed media.

Use Attensa in conjunction with Outlook in order to keep yourself and your team up-to-date.

Wetpaint’s wikis come fully equipped with smart navigation, tag clouds, awesome editing interfaces and neat customization features that allow users to make their wikis as beautiful as possible.

Find out what other people are doing in real time. Become part of a world-wide community that keeps in touch by answering the question, “what are you doing?”

Let take note of what you like to listen to and let is present you with music it thinks you’ll also enjoy. Take a look at what other people are listening to and what’s hot in the community.

Keep track of sites’ popularity, as reported by Alexa. Compare sites’ stats and download widgets for your blog.

The web’s most popular and concise collection of maps and satellite images. Get directions, view amazingly detailed images of landmarks or zoom in on your favorite locations!

A social news site, this is the place to find what people are currently talking about in the world of internet marketing.

Store your favorite corners of the internet and let others discover the cool stuff you’ve found. Comment on the content you find and read what other users are saying about your bookmarks.

Save the web content that makes you sit up and take notice, not just the webpage you found that content on. Share that content with others in the hope that it will make them think, “wow!” as well!

Avoid the hassles of publishers and agents – publish your own manuscripts with Lulu. Browse the content that others have published via the site and vie to be featured on Lulu’s front page!

Search for out-of-print books from independent booksellers and buy them through Biblio’s user-friendly site.

Connect with people who read similar books to you, and get suggestions as to what you should read next.

Create a Squidoo “lens” to market yourself, your products or just something that you’re passionate about. View and rate other people’s lenses and hope your content is rated well by others!

Compare and track the stock market, access stock message boards and browse stock market blogs. Instant Bull has all the current information you’d ever need about what’s hot on Wall Street.

Pick from templates or design your own online store. Track orders and keep your store highly organized.

Yelp is the fun and easy way to find, review and talk about what’s great -and not so great- in your area.

Incorporate many applications in a customized website that you can keep private or share with a community.

Never fall out of the loop, just because you’re out and about. Get slideshows, feeds and more content sent to your mobile phone.

Includes email, contact manager and games, this service gives you an email address that you can access from your online desktop. Easily customizable, you can incorporate a lot of cool applications into this one platform.

Monitor your links and reputation through the world’s leading provider of blog information. Find new blogs to read and attempt to get into Technorati’s top blog list!

Amass your own collection of blog feeds. Publish your own blog and share your favorite content with others.

Get your own homepage that shows you what you’re interested in from the blogs and news sources you choose to subscribe to.

Keep track of your favorite online content and quickly see what others have said about a site while you’re still browsing it.

Create forms for every survey you’d care to perform. From the daily “what to have for lunch” question to more in-depth questionnaires, Wufoo has a solution for most queries.

Let customers know what’s going on with their projects by uploading their project’s information and letting them log in and view the project’s progress.

Collaborate and save spreadsheets online. Share your spreadsheets or make them private. View public templates and browse by top EditGrid users.

Storing content online couldn’t be easier than it is with this drag-and-drop tool. Edit, share and publish documents with Omnidrive, even if you or your users don’t have the software to open said documents.

Easily keep track of your content and the cool things you find online. Create communities by sharing your stuff, or keep it private: it’s up to you.

Sharing and collaborating with an unlimited number of people on large or sensitive documents is made easier with TotoExpress. View stats on users’ actions. Specifically designed for those involved in the media, this service has no trouble handling multimedia files.

Keep track of you’re your events and find new events to attend in your area and around the country. Join groups and find out what people who share your interests are attending.

Request that events take place in your town or search Eventful’s wide assortment of listed events. Search by locale, venue or topic; check out calendars and keep track of your event schedule.

Keep track of the best conferences to attend on one site. Search by category, speaker and add conferences to the directory.

A desktop online, Desktoptwo includes many of the things you’ll find on your computer, such as a hard drive, email, IM, office programs and changeable wallpaper.

A web operating system, this service lets you either download its software or use it through the eyeOS server. Includes a calculator, calendar, word processor and mail.

Combine Google’s great features such as Gmail, Talk, Docs & Spreadsheets and Google Calendar into your company’s virtual office. The service comes complete with a “custom domain” on which your documents, mail and conversations are stored.

Includes Writer, Spreadsheet, Show, Wiki, Virtual Office, Project management, planner and chat feature. A complete office experience in one, users can take advantage of all or some of Zoho’s features.

Don’t be concerned about where your donation money goes to anymore. Browse what teachers have said their classrooms need, and choose where your dollar goes.

Judy’s Book is an online community where smart shoppers find and share the best deals, sales and coupons – both from online and local retailers.

Yahoo! Local has business reviews, top rated services, and events. Use interactive maps, driving directions reviews and ratings to find the right service near you.

A comprehensive classified site that lets users refine their searches in many awesome ways, such as by what college they attend.

vFlyer lets users create one ad and have it posted on many classified sites, such as Google Base, Oodle and eBay.

Create and collaborate on files of every kind. See who edited which documents and when.

Online text editing made collaborative, Writeboard lets you and your team edit documents while still being able to access earlier versions of the same text. Subscribe to RSS feeds of documents’ changes and share documents with as many people as you like.

A completely free “online alternative to Microsoft Office”, ThinkFree lets you create, collaborate on and store documents and files.

Use your favorite instant messaging service, no matter where you are or whether the computer you’re using has the right software.

From the folks at 37 Signals, Campfire lets businesses engage in “web-based group chat” where they can create chat rooms to tele-conference with each other or with clients.

Send multimedia mail, using your webcam. All you need is a webcam and an internet connection and you’re good to go.

Keep track of how “green” you are. Record your environmentally friendly actions and see how your contributions adds to a world-wide conservation effort.

A must for many professionals, LinkedIn allows people to recommend you, find you via your location and expertise, and prompts users to advertise their experience and education for potential clients and employers.

Connect with parents worldwide. Ask and answer questions about all things child-care related.

Tell Rollyo which sites you’d like to draw searches from for a particular topic in order to get search results that you can really trust.

Once the online hang-out of college kids, Facebook is the biggest thing to hit the social networking sphere since Friendster and MySpace. The service aims to include a “real time” feel to its site, showing users’ actions to their friends on a time-stamped “News Feed.”

This social networking site is restricted to use by people under the age of eighteen. Parental consent is required in order to access the site, and Imbee does its best to verify that parents are who they say they are by requiring credit card information, even though the service is free.

Submit your stories to Digg’s massive, tech-savvy community. Vote on the stories of others and hope to make it to Digg’s much-coveted front page.

Enjoy the combination of user-generated and submitted news with news that comes “off the wire.”

Save your favorite web content to your account. View others’ favorite things and add people to your network in order to keep track of the cool things they’ve found online.

Tell StumbleUpon what you’re interested in and let it take your on a tour of the web, showing you only what it thinks you’ll like. Let it know if you like the sites it takes you to by giving them “thumbs up” or “thumbs down.”

Keep track of your web favorites and the favorite things of you friends by “blinking” sites you like.

Tell PageFlakes what you want to see when you log in, and get specialized feeds, games and news.

Choose from Google’s array of widgets to add to your personalized Google homepage.

The web’s most popular video sharing application lets users upload their own videos, embed videos on their own sites and search others’ content.

A social photo-sharing service a large community and huge inventory of images, Flickr has an older audience than some other photo sharing sites and thus usually produces the best quality shots.

Google’s photo sharing service comes with excellent software for editing your pictures. Easy, fast uploads make Picasa fun and simple to use.

An online photo editor with tons of cool features, you can use Picnik to edit and enhance images on your computer.

Odeo shares millions of podcasts and MP3s with its audience. Users can gerenate their own podcasts or simply enjoy those of others’.


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