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August 04, 2009

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Playing Favorites - Organizing and Sharing Bookmarked Webpages

By Michelle Samplin-Salgado

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In our blog posts, we link to dozens of websites helpful to us and hopefully to you and your organizations. But how do you keep track of all these links? The answer: social bookmarking Exit Disclaimer. Social bookmarking is a way to store, organize, and search your favorite webpages on the Internet.

Through a social bookmarking site, you can save links to (or “bookmark”) web pages that you want to remember and/or share. These bookmarks are usually public, but you can choose to save them privately and share them only with specific people, groups, and networks.

There are many social bookmarking sites, but some of the most popular ones include delicious Exit Disclaimer and diigo Exit Disclaimer. Other sites such as digg Exit Disclaimer and reddit Exit Disclaimer include a social bookmarking component, but are more “social news” Exit Disclaimer sites, meaning that they allow you to vote on or rate other people's bookmarks, and can collect and group articles based on growing Web interest.

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