There are many new and exciting things coming out on the world wide web that will change the way the web is used on a daily basis. From finding a home to finding a car, the web offers it all, but we are only getting started.
Need a new car? Try Autotrader or MSN Autos. Need a loan? Try eloan.com or Lending Tree. Need a home? Well stay on emongoo.com. (but you can also look at propsmart.com or craigslist...those are two good sites, but don't forget emongoo!)
Just about everything you need is on the web or can be found through the web. No more driving around just sit down and surf. As the web begins to grow more and more will be found on the web, but the age old question is how do you find it?
There is google and yahoo, free search engines that offer many useful tools for finding services on the web. But sites like google and yahoo gather their information with bots or 'web crawlers'. They count on web developers to place the appropriate keywords through-out the site and frankly there are a lot of good sites out there that don't have the best 'SEO' staff on hand to code sites for bots or crawlers. So how do you find those sites?
Sure your friends might mention something to you about one, but there has to be a better way. There is and it is called Wikis. (Wikis are a type of website that allows users to add, remove, or otherwise edit and change most content very quickly and easily...) Wikis are changing the way we search the web. Now the web community can add sites and blogs that they find and share them with the world. A very successful example of this is Wikipedia. The webs largest collaboration of community driven searching.
Now when you find something or someone else out there finds something you can share it with the world. Businesses that venture on to the web can now control the searching just a little bit more.
I gave this a try and created a Wiki using Eurekster for for sale by owner related searches. You can use it anytime on the right side of our blog or you can bookmark it with the site link below.
Just another tool the world wide web is giving us. Use it, don't use it, but it is there.
Here is a great post about Wikis:
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