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How many bookmarking & sharing sites?

February 8, 2011

Current List of Bookmarking/Sharing Sites

I am wondering how many bookmarking and sharing sites there are these days?  Do they work in the work place in some way that would be ueful?  There seems to be an explosion of these social tagging bookmarking sites, and they are growing daily.

More importantly, I’d like to know just how many do you actually need to use? How many???  Really, many can one logically use and keep up with?  below is a list to scan through to broaden your reach, and broaden your horizons.

Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users to organize, store, manage and search for bookmarks of resources online. Unlike file sharing, the resources themselves aren’t shared, merely bookmarks that reference them.  Descriptions may be added to these bookmarks in the form of metadata, so users may understand the content of the resource without first needing to download it for themselves. Such descriptions may be free text comments, votes in favour of or against its quality, or tags that collectively or collaboratively become a folksonomy.   Folksonomy is also called social tagging, “the process by which many users add metadata in the form of keywords to shared content”.

One that has my attention is Knowledge Plaza which launched in 2009.  Knowledge Plaza, also referred to as KP, is an Enterprise 2.0 and knowledge management tool which provides a balance between social bookmarking, document management, wikis and an internal social network. It was initially designed as an information management tool for knowledge workers and is often used for collaborative research projects, market intelligence, information brokerage, etc.  Knowledge Plaza is used as the reference tool for the “Social KM” as part of their Enterprise Social Software landscape in USEO’s analysis of the market. Their analysis concludes that Knowledge Plaza strikes a balance between a traditional Document management system and more community-orientated environments such as Jive SBS. This sort of thing would be great, if it was used for non-profits who wanted to collaborate together in pulling best practices, materials, and resources.

 Below is a list of the social bookmarking and sharing sites that I know about. Do you know of others? Let me know and I will add it to the list.

netShoutout

100zakladok

2 Tag

2linkme

7Live7.com

A1‑Webmarks

A97abi

Add.io

Adfty

Adifni

Aero

All My Faves

Amazon

Amen Me!

AnonTalk

AOL Mail

Armenix

Arto

Aviary Capture

Baang

Baidu

Bebo

Bentio

BiggerPockets

Bit.ly

BizSugar

Bleetbox

Blinklist

Blip

Blogger

Bloggy

Blogmarks

Blogtrottr

Blurpalicious

Boardlite

Bobrdobr

BonzoBox

Bookmarked

BookmarkingNet

Bookmarky.cz

Bookmerken

Bordom

Box.net

Brainify

Bryderi.se

BuddyMarks

Buzzzy

Camyoo

Care2

Chiq

Cirip

CiteULike

ClassicalPlace

Clickazoo

clp.ly

Cndig

Colivia.de

Communicate

Connotea

cOOtopia

COSMiQ

Delicious

DesignBump

Designmoo

DigaCultura

Digg

Diggita

Diglog

Digo

DigThisHost

Digzign

Diigo

Dipdive

DoMelhor

Dosti

DotNetKicks

DotShare

Douban

Draugiem.lv

Drimio

Dropjack

Dwellicious

Dzone

Edelight

EFactor

eKudos

elefanta.pl

Email

Email App

Embarkons

euCliquei

Evernote

extraplay

EzySpot

Fabulously40

Facebook

Fark

Farkinda

Fashiolista

Fashion BURNER

FAVable

Faves

favlog

Favoriten

Favorites

Favoritus

Flaker

Floss.pro

Folkd

FollowTags

forceindya

Formspring.me

FreeDictionary

Fresqui

FriendFeed

Friendster

funP

fwisp

Gabbr

Gacetilla

Gamekicker

GiveALink

GlobalGrind

Gmail

Good Noows

Google

Google Buzz

Google Reader

Gravee

GreaterDebater

Grono.net

Grumper

Haber.gen.tr

Hacker News

Hadash Hot

Hatena

Hazarkor

Healthimize

Hedgehogs

HelloTxt

Hipstr

historious

Hitmarks

Hot Bookmark

Hotklix

Hotmail

HTML Validator

Hyves

ideaREF!

Identi.ca

ihavegot

Index4

Indexor

Informazione

Instapaper

InvestorLinks

iOrbix

iSociety

iWiW

Jamespot

Jisko

JoliPrint

Jumptags

Kaboodle

Kaevur

Kipup

KiRTSY

Kledy

Kommenting

La tafanera

Laaikit

Ladenzeile

Librerio

Lifestream

Link Ninja

Link-a-Gogo

LinkedIn

Links Gutter

LinkShares

Linkuj.cz

Livefavoris

LiveJournal

LockerBlogger

Logger24

Lynki

Mail.ru

Markme

Mashbord

Mawindo

Meccho

meinVZ

Mekusharim

Memori.ru

Menéame

Messenger

Mindbodygreen

Mister Wong

Mixx

Moemesto.ru

mototagz

mRcNEtwORK

Multiply

myAOL

Mylinkvault

Myspace

N4G

NetLog

Netvibes

Netvouz

NewsMeBack

NewsTrust

Newsvine

Nujij

OKNOtizie

Oneview

OnGoBee

Orkut

Osmosus

Oyyla

Packg

Pafnet

PDF Online

PDFmyURL

PhoneFavs

PimpThisBlog

Ping.fm

Planypus

Plaxo

Plurk

Pochval

PopEdition

Posteezy

Posterous

Prati.ba

Print

PrintFriendly

Pusha

QRF.in

Quantcast

Qzone

Read It Later

Reddit

Rediff MyPage

RedKum

RideFix

Scoop.at

Segnalo

Sekoman

Select2Gether

Shaveh

She Told Me

ShirIntarIn

Simpy

Sina Weibo

Slashdot

SMI

SodaHead

Sonico

Speedtile

Sphinn

SpinSnap

Spoken To You

sportpost

springpad

Spruzer

Squidoo

Startaid

Startlap

StoryFollower

studiVZ

Stuffpit

StumbleUpon

Stumpedia

Stylehive

Surfpeople

Svejo

Symbaloo

TaazaShare

TagMarks.de

Tagvn

Tagza

Tarpipe

TellMyPolitician

The Web Blend

Thinkfinity

ThisNext

Throwpile

Tip’d

TopSiteler

Transferr

Translate

Tulinq

Tumblr

Tusul

Tvinx

TweetMeme

Twitter

TwitThis

Typepad

Upnews.it

Urlaubswerk

Viadeo

Virb

VisitezMonSite

VKontakte

VybraliSME

Vyoom

Webnews

Whois Lookup

Windy Citizen

WireFan

WordPress

Worio

Wykop

Xanga

XING

Y! Bookmarks

Y! Buzz

Y! Mail

Yammer

Yardbarker

Yemle

Yigg

Yiid

Yoolink

Yorumcuyum

Youblr

Youbookmarks

YouMob

Yuuby

Zakladok.net

Zanatic

ZicZac

ZooLoo



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  1. February 8, 2011 at 11:48 am

    Hi Alice,

    Thanks for picking up on Knowledge Plaza – and indeed, apart from major industry players, we also have several non-profit organizations and universities that use KP’s social bookmarking approach for collaborative knowledge sharing.

    There are many different tools out there, but I guess we really focused on knowledge workers needs and how small teams can efficiently organize information and selectively share it at a wider scale. (Knowledge curation)

    In organisations, there are many more subtleties than you would find in Delicious or Diigo for the open web – such as how to partially constrain the folksonomy to an existing taxonomy, etc. to make sure people don’t get lost in unstructured tag clouds or folders.

    If you have in mind any initiatives that would benefit from being powered by KP, feel free to get in touch!

    Greg
    @gculpin

    • February 8, 2011 at 2:58 pm

      Thank you Greg! I want to digg a bit deeper. Not a true tech-aficionado. How would one go
      about about connecting with emergency management communities and related parthers?

      • February 16, 2011 at 7:56 am

        You’re welcome!

        There are two ways – either you feel confident about setting up a test environment yourself and there is a free trial with online support to help you.

        Or we have in-house consultants who can help you through the process based on a more explicit description of your needs.

        Either way feel free to get in touch via our website or Linkedin!

        Kind regards,
        Greg

  2. February 15, 2011 at 7:59 pm

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  3. November 29, 2011 at 4:17 am

    hi alice.
    thank you very much for providing such a nice list of bookmarking. i m working in these list

    thanks again
    GAnesh
    Nepal treks

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