"Social Bookmarking" as a blog aggressive marketing tactics and acceptable

Social bookmarking websites are becoming increasingly popular. They allow you to store bookmarks online and categorize them with tags/keywords instead of saving them as bookmarks in the bookmark list of broweser. This is especially useful when the browser based bookmarks become embarrassing. You also help as you can access your bookmarks from any computer where you have an Internet connection.

I have compiled a list of social bookmarking websites from a number of sources. You can find here: http://www.blogmarketingtactics.com/social-bookmarking/social-bookmarking-top-links.html, once you have a bookmark, you can watch them, sort by category/keyword, and see links from others that are classified as yours.

You fixed that RSS feed for each category (tags) that "subscribe". This indicates new links in your areas of interest. Gather your feeds/RSS bookmark appears to others that bookmarks can also copy's own collection. So now that can take your RSS feed RSS directories and search engines, to promote aggressively syndicate them and to make them available to a much wider audience.

Social bookmarking sites also allow you to meet other people who are interested in the same topics that you are and which might also be knowledge of network resources that it is not necessary.

On social bookmarking sites you must first create an account. Then you bookmark things interesting and useful in the area of your interest or expertise. Doing this is a useful feed. Once you have done occasionally (or aggressive), interesting and useful items, (that could use more exposure), add your content. Make an honest attempt to contribute with useful information and links. It comes to sharing and exposure. Well done, you can be aggressive as you're on information sharing. You can share your blog, links to informative resource/etc. Think about the fact that when you share links to other resources, you are promoting even actually their content as well.

This is one way you can be aggressive and promote ethically the content and the content of others. Personally I have hundreds of gigabytes of my information and others, linked to my notebook. Ultimately, I'm not sure what so-ever just sitting there. But it organizing, online, can I help myself (organized, get my content exposed, etc.) and help others at the same time.

If enliven your feed with too many sales and related or self promotion marketing materials, people can and will easily fall off their subscription to your feed. And instead of obtaining the goodwill and a disservice to the Internet community could get you labeled as a spammer and suffer the consequences.

So while aggressively as possible and acceptable, is careful to consider the best interest of the community certainly justified.

Balance be ethical and provide a useful service to others to promote your content, you can be aggressive as necessary. But remember, ultimately, others will make the decision about whether it is ethically and useful or spam.


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