Trying to utilise the promising factors of Web 2.0, SEO Baron Turner has a page on eSnips (this is the author page) and an SEO home page on LinkedIn. eSnips seems terrific for storing data and showing selected files to the public. They offer 5GB of space. We use it as a back up server in case of home server disaster andÂ we show some folders to the world which potentially gets good traffic because it’s eSnips.
Web2.0 was first sniffed at by dyed in the wool search engine optimisers, but as the genre is maturing, it is becoming clear that the concept cannot be ignored. High traffic sites exist as funnels of potential visitors to cited sites. Of course, like any site, it needs to be referenced somewhere, so linking is essential from a blog or site or a number of external directories. Along with other sites such a Facebook, Del.icio.us, MySpace, etc., eSnips forms part of the Web 2.0 fabric.