Online Presence

Where is AvidCast on the World Wide Web?

One of the best ways to increase your online visibility is to take advantage of the many opportunities to socialize on the internet. There are several online communities that welcome businesses and business owners to join and interact with fellow members.

We’d like to take a few minutes to invite you and/or introduce you to a few fun (and favorite) online networking locations - We hope to see you there! If you visit our location(s), be sure to let us know that you’ve stopped in!

 
MySpace is a social networking website through which users can associate/interact with fellow members. Within this online networking community users can exchange status updates, share images, share personal information, listen to music and participate in mail messaging sessions.
 
Facebook is a social networking website where members can associate/interact with fellow community members. Within this online community users can share photos, participate in applications (such as games or quizzes), chat, share images, share videos and enjoy various messaging features.
 
Linked in is a business oriented “networking” community in which members create online business profiles, similar to resumes. Through this website, users can search for service providers or fellow coworkers, provide recommendations, apply for business positions, ask industry specific questions and exchange personal information for business purposes.
 
Naymz is a professional networking platform that enables users to find and discover new connections, opportunities, share ideas and share various information based on professional backgrounds and reputation.
 
Google and Google Orkut profiles are social networking platforms designed to help users meet new friends and maintain existing relationships through exchange of personal information, photographs and more.
 
YouTube is a video sharing website where users can upload, view, comment, rate and share video clips or Vlog (video blog) entries with both the public and fellow members.