Social Bookmarking Sites

< Back to category

Definition

Social Bookmarking sites have content curated by its community. Once content is posted, it can be liked, shared by or voted up on by members of the community.

Contribute to this definition

Products

By Digg
Digg Reader was launched in 2013 as a Google Reader alternative, enabling users to scour the web for compelling content, subscribe to RSS feeds and seed the Digg network with user curated content.
  Compare
Flipboard is a content curation application that acts as a "social magazine". Users build magazines to gather content based on interests. They can also share content with friends and follow other users.
  Compare
By Issuu
Issuu is a digital publishing platform used by publishers from around the world to share news on any number of topics. Issuu has analytics built-in so publishers may track understand readers’ digital engagement with each piece of content in publicati...
  Compare
LinkedIn Pulse is a professional news application. It enables its users to customize their news-reading experiences, easily explore compelling professional content, and share stories on their favorite social networks.
  Compare
Moodwire is an online aggregator for news, politics, entertainment, sports and business. Self-applied "opinion search engine," the site reads millions of news articles and social media posts every day to understand what real people think, why it is i...
  Compare
Pinterest is a social sharing network for visual images such as photos and drawings. Users range from individuals bookmarking products they intend to buy, decorating ideas or wedding planning, to professionals requiring a visual sales element, such a...
  Compare
By reddit
Reddit is a user-generated news aggregation & curation website. A registered member posts content that the community then votes "up" or "down" to organize the posts by popularity score. A submission's score is simply the number of upvotes minus the n...
  Compare
By RSS
Really Simple Syndication is a type of web feed allowing users to access updates to online content in a standardized, computer-readable format. These feeds can, for example, allow a user to keep track of many different websites in a single news aggre...
  Compare
Finding more products...
Category experts