Facebook to drive social web site traffic

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Facebook just this week announced that they will integrate their service more closely with their partner sites. When you use Facebook you will be able to access your accounts on sites like Discovery Channel, Digg, Twitter, Evite, SocialThing, StumbleUpon, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Geni without an extra login.

Some of these sites are quite well known. I already use Digg, Twitter and StumbleUpon to help promote my software and web sites and you should to.

Geni is a really good service to build you family tree. I use it together with some of my relatives. It is good to get reminders on people’s birthdays and quite fun to see your family tree grow.

EVite is a nice free service to create and send out invitations of any kind. I have really not played around with this but I will take a closer look. If you have experience with the service please leave a comment below.

SocialThing is still in closed beta so you will require an invite to use it. The site allows you have a place for all you friends to see what you are doing on other sites.

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