Best Websites for 2010 for Shopping
Amazon has spent millions of dollars on research for their state of the art search program. It can guess what else you might want, by what you are searching for. It is common to find things more than 50% off the current price in the store, at Amazon.com.
Craigslist is a non-profit, mostly free, online classifieds website.
If you are renting a room, selling a table, or need a plumber, you can do all that and more on Craigslist.org. Be aware, all transactions are buyer beware on Craigslist.org.
E-bay is an online auction site.
As a seller it is particularly profitable if you are selling something rare, and as a buyer you will find the best deals for items with low demand.
Restaurant.com offers discount restaurant certificates. The restaurant certificates have clauses (usually $35 min, only for dinner, etc).
Best Websites For 2010 for Business, Taxes and Money
Investopedia is the place for novices and expert traders and investors to get definitions, tutorials and explanations for everything related to finance and investing.
The IRS website is a gold mine of information. Get tax forms, answers to common questions, or call in for free tax help.
The sole purpose of the SBA is to encourage and help small business in America. They are a must have resource for all small businesses.
Mint.com allows you to combine all of your accounts (checking, savings, IRA’s, etc) and show your portfolio all in one place.
Best Entertainment Websites for 2010
Netflix has a wide selection of watch instantly, and DVD’s by mail, available for around $14.99 a month.
Hulu.com offers free episodes, to watch instantly, of series such as Desperate Housewives, Glee and much more.
YouTube.com is a great destination for entertainment or self promotion.
Best Information Websites for 2010
WebMD is a great collection of all things related to health.
EHow can help you do just about anything.
There are doctors, accountants, handymen and more on Associated Content sharing their knowledge on Associated Content.
Wikipedia is a large source of information from donated information.
Best Google Websites for 2010
Yes, Google has many great websites. They have some of the best tools in the world. These are just three of their best websites, but there are countless others.
Advertise a small business on your terms. It takes only minutes to get an online advertising campaign started.
Set an alert for your business, your name, or a favorite celebrity. Anytime someone posts something about that entity, you will receive an alert in your email.
Google Trends shows you what people are searching for now.
Best Social Media and Blogging Websites for 2010
Facebook has won as the social media website.
WordPress.com can be used as a blog, or as a small business website.