Sniki Wiki: Your Social Media Encyclopedia


What is all about?

I've been fascinated with social networking since I started following it in 2006. I decided to launch a directory to help me keep track of and share the interesting sites that I run across.

How do I decide to add a site?

First, a site should probably fall within one of the broad categories that I've already setup. I won't rule out adding more top level categories though down the road …

If your site is extremely popular, it's probably a good bet that I'll add it once it comes to my attention. A good review in one of the popular blogs will also stir me to take a close look.

Beyond that, I look for a few things:

  • I generally don't add sites that aren't open to the public (no private beta sites).
    • If I can't browse much of a site without becoming a member, it needs to be pretty compelling for me to take that next step.
    • Lots of activity in terms of members, discussions, interactions, etc.

Enjoy your visit!


Follow me on Twitter @scott_carter

* The rain and roaring thunder that just made its way across my state was a great reminder to do my backups. Losing a hard drive is not fun. about 2 hours ago
* Monitor specific words on Twitter with TweetTrak. Find it in the directory at 3 days ago

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