Web 2.0 is a term that I didn´t actually understand until a few weeks ago. A little embarrasing when you think about that the term was launched back in 2003. According to Wikiepdia web 2.0, “… refers to the second generation of web-based communities and hosted services — such as social-networking sites, wikis and folksonomies — that facilitate collaboration and sharing between users.”
It seems that most people that are online today are members of at least one web 2.0 application, for instance like Facebook, Twitter or Digg. New web 2.0 applications are being launched every week or so (or at least that´s how it feels to me). They are all competing about you and your friends.
… but how can you get a massive amount of traffic to your sites from the web 2.0 sites?
You can submit your posts to the sites, this is a way that will probably help you get more traffic. Well, depending on how good your titles and posts really are. The problem with submitting your posts to many of the web 2.0 sites is that it will take a long time, because you would have to register for each site, write your subject, an exerpt of the content and a link to the post and then click on submit. And you would have to do that for each site (and the amount of web 2.0 sites are growing fast).
According to their sales page you will dominate the Web 2.0 with the world´s fastest tool for syndicating content. Even though I am not sure that we will all be dominating the Web 2.0 if we buy Web2submitter, I believe that after viewing the demonstration video at their sales page, that this tool can be a really helpful one and that you will get a lot of visitors if you use it right. And it seems that it´s pretty easy to use it the right way, and that each submission to all the major web 2.0 sites will only take 5 – 10 minutes, and that´s pretty fast.
I haven´t tried it myself yet, but from what I have seen on the demo, it seems like an impressive piece of software. And I might just buy it during the next days.
If you are interested to take a look at the video and to read more about web2submitter, be sure to visit their sales page and sit back and relax while watching the 17 minutes and 39 seconds long demonstration.