Social Media Bookmarking
Social Media bookmarking is a method for Internet users to organize, store, manage and search for bookmarks of resources online.
Social Media bookmarking is a way to access a consolidated set of bookmarks from various computers, organize large numbers of bookmarks, and share bookmarks with contacts.
Social Media Bookmark services, notably Delicious, are focused on public sharing.
People can find and bookmark web pages that have not yet been noticed or indexed by web spiders.
Social Media bookmarking services rank a page based on how many times it has been bookmarked by users instead of the number of external links pointing to it.
Libraries have found social media bookmarking services to be useful as an easy way to provide lists of informative links to patrons.
As to search engine marketing, social media bookmarking services have several advantages over traditional automated resource location and classification software, such as the search engine spiders.
Social Media Bookmarking websites
is a focused on sharing bookmarks and engaging in social media interaction around shared bookmarking.
The most notable feature about Delicious is the tag-based bookmarking system.
There is no hierarchy in the Delicious bookmarking system for saving and organizing bookmarks, everything is driven by tags, saving, searching, and organizing. You can add bookmarks to and access bookmarks from Delicious through the bookmarking web site, via bookmarklet and numerous Firefox & Chrome add-ons.
Google Bookmarks is a private social media bookmarking tool with some public elements for those who desire them.
Bookmarks can be organized into private, semi-private, or public lists for organizing your research for personal use, sharing among friends, or sharing with the public respectively.
You can access your Google Bookmarks from any browser, using the Google Toolbar, by logging into your Google account.