What Are The Best Bookmarking Sites To Use?

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on February 6, 2011
Posted Under: Traffic Generation

draft_lens6094112module48096672photThe best bookmarking sites to use for a variety of content depends a great deal on personal preference however, after considerable deliberation and unbiased research, we have found that the following high ranking bookmarking sites provide the most “bang for the buck” with the search engines and with visitor traffic.

In our view these are the best bookmarking sites to use for HubPages, Squidoo Lenses, Blogs, websites, videos and just about anything else you care to bookmark online provided you add the keywords you want to rank for as tags.

  • StumbleUpon has an incredible database of interesting links that are submitted by a huge network of users.When people tell StumbleUpon which websites they are interested in, they are barriaged with sites just by clicking the “Stumble” button in their StumbleUpon toolbar.

    StumbleUpon uses the thumbs up or thumbs down ratings to create a consensus of collaborative opinions on website quality. Then when you stumble, only pages that your friends and like minded stumblers have recommended will be seen.

    StumbleUpon has to be the ultimate discovery tool for content that you will probably never find using a search engine.

    Search engine algorithms don’t pinpoint relevant content as well as StumbleUpon can.  Typically search engine users often hunt through many pages of search results before they find the quality website that they were searching for, if ever.

    On the other hand, StumbleUpon users are taken to sites that more closely match their personal interests.

    Although StumbleUpon is not considered a reliable form of traffic generation; adding an interesting website, blog, Squidoo Lens or HubPage to it, will create a huge traffic spike that can last at least a few weeks.   Plus, it can reach audiences that you otherwise would never reach.

  • JumpTags is a site where you can bookmark videos, links, RSS feeds, images, HubPages, websites, blogs, and even a plain block of text.JumpTags bookmarks rank highly in the search engines and for that reason alone is a great way to get your website, blog, Squidoo Lens, etc. to the first page of the search results in a hurry.

    The real power of JumpTags is how well they rank in the search results however, in order to achieve these results, you must tag your bookmarks with your targeted keywords.

    By bookmarking your website or blog on JumpTags, you can often outrank yourself in Google.

  • Digg is another popular bookmarking site that ranks very highly with Google.Like JumpTags, if you bookmark your sites on Digg, you can pretty much expect to have your site appear on the first page of Google’s search results.
  • Lensroll.com is a Squidoo Lens only bookmarking site.It was created by a “lens master”, ranks well with Google and attracts many other lens masters to their links.

    Lensroll.com has an AdSense revenue share that can earn you a good bit of money from advertisements, similar to your Squidoo Lenses.

    Because other lens masters frequent Lensroll.com, your Squidoo Lens can benefit from better ratings and guest book comments that you normally would not receive.

  • Delicious is owned by Yahoo and is a bookmarking site that will get you targeted traffic.Although many people believe that the more times you add your links to Delicious your ranking in Yahoo search will improve, there is no evidence to confirm or deny this theory.

    There may be some truth however in believing that it can be an indicator of the quality of a site.

    Delicious is still worth using even though it’s been some time since I’ve seen it’s pages in the search results. What I know for certain, is that it still generates web traffic.

The best bookmarking sites to use depends on your content and your personal preference however, the ones listed above will provide you with the web traffic you so dearly desire.

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