Once again, we’ve improved The Bookmarketer by adding four very unique social bookmarking gems: BizSugar, MMO, Tipbo and Kirtsy.
TheBookmarketer is a blogger’s best friend, making it easy for readers to spread the word about blog posts they like. Two lines of code posted into the template for single posts, and they have instant access to post a link and recommendation to your blog on 75 websites. In addition to popular social bookmarking websites like Digg, Reddit, StumbleUpon, Mixx and Delicious, your blog posts can now be easily added to these four new social bookmarking gems.
BizSugar is a vibrant community of bloggers and others who share blog posts and news stories related to small business and sales. They typically share stories related to managing a small business or freelance operation, marketing both online and off, human resources, motivation and more. One thing that makes this a vibrant community is that submitters don’t just sub and run; many take the time to look at others’ submissions, vote and comment. Only small business related articles.
MMO is a young community of mostly bloggers interested in sharing tips and stories related to making money online. Although fairly new, it is quite vibrant and for that reason has been added to The Bookmarketer. As with BizSugar, what makes this already a vibrant community is how submitters don’t do hit-and-run submissions; they take the time to review, vote and comment on other people’s submissions, too. Only articles or posts related to working online, please.
Tipbo is a unique social bookmarking service. Although it does not cover a single niche – you can submit articles about knitting, hockey, dental fillings, closing a sale, or the best way to pickle and iguana brain – it accepts only one type of article: tips and advice. So news articles, stories, biographies, funny videos and images are all out.
Kirtsy is also a somewhat unique social bookmarking service. Although it accepts the full range of topics and in pretty much any form, you don’t have to be a member to vote (although only members can submit items and leave comments). And there is no voting button. A simple click on the title is all that is needed to vote. In many ways, this makes it a must-use service for bloggers who can share the submission via Twitter or FaceBook.
And I should not miss an opportunity to remind you that if your blog is Canadian, you really should be submitting posts also to http://www.Zoomit.ca (and voting for other good submissions while you are there).Written by David Leonhardt
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