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Top Websites People Waste Their Time On

Tuesday, Jul 12, 2022, 11:33 am


LinkedIin is another social network site that is more for professionals than FaceBook or Google+. An online resume with recommendations and referrals make it a great way to find jobs or market yourself in any industry you're in. With over $259 million users in over 200 countries, you can spend a lot of time on this site.


Google + is a social network similar to FaceBook but with a few differences. The great part is that it works with your Google account, pulling in all your contacts from Gmail. It's a huge time waster, because it gives you so much to look at, from friends, business acquaintances, and family.


Pinterest hit the scene with a new idea in social media. Instead of posting all about you "pin" things you find on the internet to your "boards." Other people see them and can pin them as well. You can pin decorating ideas, recipes, fashion, jewelry, and so much more. Think about how much time you can spend doing that.


Twitter took the world by storm with their notion of tweeting. Celebrities like Ashton Kutcher were early adopters leading the way, with their daily tweets about their activities. With 500 million total users, people tweet everything they do, from the mundane to the most important. What will you tweet today?


Amazon equals shopping, and we all know how much we love to shop. Not only that, but it makes it easy by allowing you to find pretty much anything you want online and have it shipped right away. For Prime Members, you get free two day shipping. With that option, you could spend hours shopping.


Cracked is an online site that has over 300 million users. This humorous website includes videos, blogs, workshops and forums which can take grab you and never let go, keeping tied to it for as long as you keep browsing. It's fun and engaging, and a total time waster if you let it.


FaceBook is one of the biggest time wasters out there on the internet. People collect people like bugs, then post pictures and status updates to impress all the people in their little nest. The news feed shows you all the posts that your friends put up, and you could spend an entire day just stalking everyone's lives.



Google took the world by storm in the late 90's and has had a tight hold on us ever since. People don't say "search the internet for it" when telling you to look them up, or something up. They say, "Google it." Everyone knows that that means, and with so much to Google, it can take hours if you let it.


Wikipedia is a plethora of knowledge right at your fingertips. You can learn about anything you want to know with the click of a finger. Not like in the old days when you actually had to have a set of encyclopedias, or go to the library to use their set, you now have the knowledge you need in an instant.



YouTube is a number one time waster. It is so easy to get on there to look at one video and end up spending hours and hours perusing all the recommended videos as they come up. With so many videos uploaded per day, there is jus tnot enough time in the day to see everything you want to see.


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