New York, NY (PressExposure) January 06, 2008 -- Danogo.com is a online creative community that consists of a social networking site, social bookmarking feature, classified ads, online games, a chat room, an ask & answer forum, media job board, online store and Web-based office programs. The site releases a regular blogzine featuring the best Websites for enhancing personal and business experiences on the Web. The zine published its fourth issue today titled 'Be Creative, Have Fun and Make Money Online'.
The featured article 'Pushing the Limits of Creativity for Personal Development and Business Innovation' is an overview of the creative process and the importance of it in developing personal and business innovation. Then the piece 'Discover the Fascinating History of Online Games With a Big Featured Gallery' follows up with a history of action, multiplayer, kids, flash and other online games with a gallery of downloadable games. Following up is a post that's about the basics of Web 2.0 and sites you can use for social networking and social bookmarks called 'Practical Web 2.0 Is Simplified and Personalized'. Next is a description of the various types of chat software and which websites offer free chat rooms and instant messaging in the article 'Learn How-to Get Into Chat Rooms Instantly for Free'. Finally, is the piece 'Learn the Proven Money Making Keys to Successful E-commerce' which outlines the critical factors used by sites like Amazon and eBay that can be used to put together an online money making business.
Popular articles in previous issues have included an item that points out how Web 2.0 is being used on sites for Kids as well - 'How to Use Webkinz World: A Guide by Kidsâ¦ for Kids!' illustrates the many social networking features of the Webkinz World website; "The Ultimate Band Guide to Building a Myspace Music Community" is a comprehensive manual for using myspace to sell music; "Internet Censorship is Alive, But Not Well: Web Proxy Sites Still Allow Free Speech" is a commentary that describes how governments, businesses and schools which block websites are restricting rights to freedom of expression.
Readers can subscribe to the Danogo blogzine through RSS readers such as Bloglines.com by adding the feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/Danogo. The latest blogzine articles can also be read by going directly to the site at http://www.danogo.com where an email subscription is available as well.