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Other Social Media: What is it?

Below are common online commercial sites:

A hosting, distribution and advertising platform for creators of Web shows.
A social bookmarking service that allows users to tag, save, manage and share Web pages from a centralized source. Users post links to stories or other media, write a brief description, and include tags that help when somebody searches for a topic.
A social bookmarking Web site that allows people to share and view content from all over the Web. All material is user submitted, and then is voted upon by visitors. The more Diggs (votes) a story receives, the higher up it goes, ultimately heading to the front page for maximum coverage. Viewers can also bury a story. 
Google Feedburner
An RSS feed Web site that indexes blogs and tweets for RSS into a list form for ease of searching and scanning.
A business-oriented social networking site mainly used for professional networking.
A free service that allows users to create a “homepage” to store notes, hyperlinks, and even custom software gadgets. In addition, protopage allows users to create and keep a “public page” and a “private page” (unlimited number of each).
A statistical data collector used to determine the number and type of people who visit a blog or twitter.
A video-centric social network site that supports embedding, sharing, video storage and allows user-commenting on each video.
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