People like to collect things. Sports memorabilia, carnival glass, stuffed animals, you name it. Pinterest , the new social-media darling, took note of this behavior and created an easy-to-use site where people can share their interests in the form of pictures.
Entrepreneurs are no strangers to going it alone. But that doesn’t mean they have to be alone.
Delicious is the world’s largest social bookmarking site . With it you can save, manage and share pages in a centralized source. It also brings a very powerful community aspect to social bookmarking.
Plaxo , the contact synchronization service that we’ve covered previously , has released a much-improved version of its address book, the bread and butter of the app. The first thing you’ll notice is the speed. It’s now so much faster when searching your contacts.
Most social media sites have some type of functionality for sharing something that you like with a friend.
Posted by Paulo P. on 12/21/2009 in Tools | ∞ The web is now as much about social media as news and information.
StumbleUpon and Digg have been my major social bookmarking/voting sites for months. There’s no way to compare the two sites: it’s like comparing oranges to apples; but it’s nice that sometimes we are given the opportunity to somehow mix them. Today’s social media tools will give some StumbleUpon feel to Digg browsing : the tools will allow to click through Digg stories the way SU toolbar button allows to browse through stories shared on StumbleUpon: all you need is just clicking the button and see some random page submitted to Digg : Jogstr Jogstr is a nice online tool that requires no registration and allows to click through popular or upcoming submissions in any Digg category /-ies: Choose at least one category; Click “Jogstr”; See the top popular story on Digg; Digg it (for that you will be taken to the submission page on Digg); Share on multiple supported social media networks; Or “Jogstr” further: