Five up and coming social media sites every PR person should know about

What's the next Twitter? Our panel of digital PR experts nominate the sites everyone will be talking about in 2010

What will be the next Twitter?
What will be the next Twitter?

A panel of 14 digital PR experts assembled by PRWeek have nominated the social media sites that they predict will hit the mainstream in 2010.

The analysis, part of our annual digital PR supplement, shows that Google Wave is the site that is proving most promising. Social game Farmville, 'lifestream tool' Posterous and location-based network Centrl.com are also tipped, together with all the new, comment-augmented, BBC site.

Interactive and tagged video blogging is also predicted to take off in 2010, together with far more accessing of social media platforms via mobile phones.

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