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Watch more How to Use Social Media videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/406965-How-to-Use-a-Social-Bookmarking-Site
Step 1: Choose a social bookmarking service
Choose a social bookmarking service, such as Delicious.com or Digg.com, and register as a new user.
Step 2: Enter a keyword into the site's search engine
Enter a keyword into the social bookmarking site's search engine to generate a sample list of social bookmarks from other users.
Take time to explore other users' bookmarks to get an overview of how the site's bookmarking community works.
Step 3: Learn about tags
Use tags -- keyword descriptions that a user assigns to a bookmark.
Step 4: Add bookmarklet buttons to your browser's toolbar
Add bookmarklet buttons to your browser's toolbar. Most bookmarking services offer these as one-click tagging tools to use while web surfing.
One service's toolbar buttons include one for tagging, another that opens all your bookmarks, and a third that searches them.
Step 5: Bookmark a web page
Find a web page to recommend. Click the bookmarklet button on your browser toolbar, opening a tag window. Then enter keyword tags and click Save.
Step 6: Participate in the social bookmarking site
Participate in the social bookmarking site, using it as an depository for online information and a way to make online friendships.
Did You Know?
In 2008, Forbes magazine declared 23-year-old Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, the world's youngest self-made billionaire.
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