The appearance of so-called social web 2.0 websites is a truly descriptive term to a more up-to-date website where public participation takes place on a daily basis.
With this web site model I suggest you have a big big hole on the niche site as well. There are manual bookmark pages, all of which cover the entire Internet, and generally do not link to any slots. There are some websites on the internet marketing site, but I'm talking about a smaller, more targeted website that only restricts the articles or reports written by doctors to bookmarks or the same but to the resort owners.
This site is NOT a forum for holiday owners, but members should provide a website that supports resorts or hotels and they will be able to have reports or events with bookmarks or even a new price on your site. Sometimes your site would be very well located at SERPS (search engine results pages) and more and more hotel owners would use you to "announce" their new tariffs.
Do you see the benefit of launching a socially active site that only has a specific part or section? You can add functions that would serve as a bonus to your members and allow them to have the other feature that you can do with such a short 140-character message block that will get the new bookmark even sooner. Large search engine spiders would be regular visitors on this type of web site because it would be very active and the details could be quickly noticed.
If you look at the different types of webmasters I write about you, you will notice that many people may mix with each other, for example, this type of what I'm writing here may become a type of membership of the site. What you can do is to have different levels of participation that would first be freed, and later on to increase your pay levels. For example, a free member can make a bookmark as often as you like, but a single member can get a personal page that allows linking. This was further strengthened where the three members allowed to have 10 profiles and all the other benefits of communicating messages and pages, forums, and the whole package.
However, I suggest that the basics of the website are properly planned from the beginning, as it will be very difficult to replace the entire layout later. People will never make the changes and lose their members quickly if they constantly change the structure of your site. You pay a good web site designer to take all the planned aspects of your site before you start thinking.
I think there is a winning website here with this model. Have fun.
Source by Rob B Anderson