Sunday, December 13, 2009

#sharinghappiness How do you use the web to improve your life and/or make people happy?

How do you use the web to improve your life and/or make people happy?

Mashable is proud to present the Sharing Happiness Giveaway Contest!

To get into the spirit of the holiday season, we’re asking the question, “How do you use the web to improve your life and/or make people happy?”. One lucky recipient will receive a $3,000 shopping spree at

To enter:

1. Leave your answer in the comments section below and/or,

2. Tweet out your answer with the hashtag “#SharingHappiness” (Be sure to leave the URL of yourTwitter comment in your comment on this post.)

Mashable will highlight some of our favorites on Friday and we’ll announce a winner on Wednesday, December 16th.

Here is my response as posted on Mashable:

'How do you use the web to improve your life and/or make people happy?'
I use the web to keep informed on issues that are important to parents,families, educators and anyone who is
concerned about the future of our country. I enjoy sharing information that teaches a lesson (or informs), about a new gadget or shares resources (or action information) on an important social issue that could affect the lives of future generations or families currently.

It is important to me to use the web as a tool for information sharing and twitter has enabled me to do this in the fastest and most concise way possible. While I also maintain a blog for more elaborate topics that interest me, as well as contests and other topics that might help or enlighten others, I also have a parenting article/resource site where others can contribute content on issues important to them and other parents and families. Submissions are taken anytime, reviewed and posted based on need and topic. All that one needs to do is create a free account and begin submitting articles for review.

Finally, the web has improved my life greatly in that it provides me with unlimited resources for sharing information and researching various content, but also helps me network with others and develop relationships; such as my husband, we met via the internet. While many might find online dating a scary option, it is actually one of the best ways to learn about someone before moving things further. The growth of social networks makes this easy for many, as most businesses are also learning that online relationship building can lead to profits later on. If you'd like to learn more about how I use the web to improve my life or the lives of others follow me on twitter @littlebytesnews or follow my blog at

How do you use the internet to make others happy and/or help improve your life? Share below as well as on Mashable for a chance to win!

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Good one on Parenting, Child Development - it helps a lot!

We clearly share similar parenting experiences and views.
I've been reading one that I'm hooked on -
I have a feeling you'd get a lot out of it.

Incredible job on your blog; keep it up.


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