Features of Social Bookmarking & Blog Commenting
Social web is very popular nowadays. The generally widespread Internet services of the social web are social bookmarking and blog commenting. In
this article we will take a closer look at them.
Social bookmarking is tagging of a website and storing it for further use. Instead of saving them to your web browser, you are saving them to the web.
And, because your bookmarks are online, you can share them with friends easily. Not only can you save your links to favorite websites and send them
to your friends, but you can also look through what other Internet users consider engrossing enough to tag. Most social bookmarking websites allow
you to look through topics that are either the most widespread, or lately added, or belonging to a category.
With social bookmarking you can browse through what people have bookmarked by typing in a search tool the topic you are much into. Actually, social
bookmarking sites are deployed as intelligent search engines.
Social bookmarking tools are designed to optimize the search on the Internet. Instead of going into a search engine, typing something in, and then
looking for that needle in a haystack, you can rapidly narrow down the topic you are much into.
Since many social bookmarking sites display lately added lists and popular links, you can both stay well-informed and discover necessary data. For
example, if you take interest in global warming, you may seek global warming on one of these sites and find two articles: the one with a hundred of
votes and the other with a few votes. You will probably pick out the one with a hundred of votes. And this technique is much simpler than typing "global
warming" into a search engine and browsing though pages of links which may appear useless.
Thus, the software package initially deployed to email bookmarks to friends has rapidly become into a social search tool.
Blog commenting is also gaining popularity among Web users now. The feature that differs a blog from a website is blog commenting. It is