Nifty Web 2.0 Toolbar

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The last couple of months, I’ve been blogging about Web 2.0 applications and their power to raise the bar on customer communications and to generate explosive growths in innovative business models like person-to-person lending, group action, and so on. During this period, I have come across many lists of Web 2.0 sites, some good, and others not so good.

Personally, I’m very excited about web toolbars. So, you can imagine my glee when I came across a very nifty Web 2.0 toolbar that lists several Web 2.0 sites right in your browser! To quote its publisher www.web20toolbar.com,

"The Free Web 2.0 Toolbar aggregates the best of Social Search, Social Bookmarking, Social Pics, Social Video and Social News websites."

The Web 2.0 toolbar supports Power Search, Power Submit and Power Alert to help you search keywords across multiple Web 2.0 websites from Digg to YouTube, submit posts to several social networking sites right from your toolbar, and keep you notified of the freshest content on over 40 top Web 2.0 sites.

Click the image below to visit www.web20toolbar.com and download the Web 2.0 Toolbar and install it into your PC. It’s absolutely free!

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4 Responses to “Nifty Web 2.0 Toolbar”

  1. ypee200 says:

    I downloaded and installed the Web 2.0 toolbar. It’s very useful. However, I’m finding that news items are not getting updated for days on end. I don’t know what is the problem.

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