Social bookmarking allows users to store links to Web pages, otherwise known as bookmarks, that they find useful.
Rather than saving these bookmarks on your computer, as was normally done through the “Favorites” button on your Internet browser toolbar, these new social bookmarking sites allow users to save their bookmarks to a Web page.
They allow users to save their favorite articles, blogs, music, reviews, RSS feeds, and more and allow users to access them from any computer on the Web.
To create a collection of social bookmarks, you must register with a social bookmarking site—and there are many from which to choose.
Once you have registered, you will be able to store bookmarks, share them, and categorize them with the use of keywords or tags.
These sites allow users to search for other Internet bookmarks saved by others and add them to their own collection and subscribe to the lists of others.
Social bookmarking has created a new way for Web site visitors to organize and categorize information and resources.
They represent the user’s personal library and when combined with other personal libraries, they allow for many social networking opportunities.
Some of my Award Winning Content Online …….