A few days ago I receive an email invitation to join a new social networking community called RVBUG. I don't own an RV so I haven't joined yet but I think it's really neat to have an RV social network exists. Now, if and when I decide to go on a little RVing trip, I feel I can get a more in depth look at what I can REALLY expect on my little adventure.
RVBUG is absolutely free to join and it only takes a few minutes to create your own profile. Once you web space is created, you cam decide if you want to share it with friends and family only or share it with the entire community.
Members can share their RV experiences on the Web and meet other RVers, share photos and videos of their RV travels and experiences with other fellow RVers.
Members of RVBUG can post blogs, participate in RV forums or join discussion groups with RVers who have the same specific RV interests as you. They can find RV events, start their own RV journal and share it with their friends.
RVBUG has less than 1000 members but I expect to see this social networking community to continue to grow once Rv owners learn about its existence.
Monday, January 5, 2009
Friday, January 2, 2009
Shareapic isn't a social network but over the past couple of months I have been using the photo albums I created in a number of social networking communities I belong to. In mid December I shared my current earning stats. My earnings were a little over $16.00. Two weeks later, I am a few pennies shy of $18.00. It may not seem like much but considering the fact I was NOT making any money for sharing photographs and dropping comments and now I am. It works for me! I only wished I would have thought of it earlier. My goal is to continue to add Shareapic albums to all my social networking communities.
Lazzeo was experiencing a lot of technical issues in the month of December. It seems to be good to go now though. Bizpreneur.com is still dead in the water. The site has been down for close to two months. No idea if it will ever return.
Adlandpro has a social networking community. I joined a long time ago and found the experience very confusing. I decided to give it another shot and subscribed to the tutorial series. I still haven't finished reading it yet.
That's about it. Now that the holidays are behind me, I am hoping to get busy with my social networking projects.