Coming in #1 is Wikipedia.org. Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. So, it’s much better than a regular Wikipedia, because it has much more information.
Coming in #2 is Google.com for obvious reasons. When you want to search for something you think Google. They just have the best algorithm.
Coming in #3 is ShoppingCodes.com. Coupon codes are a made available for most online retail stores on this site. When you’re shopping at your favorite store, simply jump over ShoppingCodes.com and find a code and get a discount within minutes.
Coming in #4 is Answers.Yahoo.com. Answers.Yahoo.com helps you get answers within minutes. Post a question and let the large community help you. It also makes it fun to answer other people’s questions.
Coming in #5 WebMD.com. WebMD blends expertise in medicine, journalism, health communication and content creation to bring you the best health information possible.
Coming in #6 is Amazon.com. Amazon is the biggest shopping site, and it makes shopping real easy. I pay for their Amazon Prime membership, so whenever I buy I get free 2-day FedEx shipping. I’m even buying food on Amazon now.
Coming in #7 is Yelp.com. Yelp is a fun and easy way to find and talk about great (and not so great) local restaurants and businesses.
Coming in #8 is Facebook.com. Facebook is the easiest way to reconnect with old friends.
Coming in #9 is Mapquest.com. Mapquest is still the best online map service. Google maps gave me completely wrong directions serveral times. Mapquest has not.
Coming in #10 is eBay.com. eBay is a site everybody knows and is great for selling stuff around your house for some quick cash.