As promised, I’ve been playing around with the bells and whistles over at SocialMarker.com – and I absolutely love this site! Not only is the process of submitting your posts to bookmarking sites easy, you don’t even have to create an account on SocialMarker – just bookmark and go.
The only downside (and it’s not really much of a downside) with SocialMarker is it doesn’t provide an option to automatically log into your desired bookmarking sites, so therefor this action has to be done manually. But if you compare the amount of time it would take to visit each site, log in, fill in the information and submit – SocialMarker is definitely the goods. Enough talking. Click the link below to view the tutorial.
How To Use SocialMarker – Video Tutorial
If there is anything I missed, or anything you guys have figured out since the last post please let me know.
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Hey, I’m not gonna lie…I didn’t finish the video! Not because it’s wack, but…I have used it before! I love this service, but I’ll admit, I haven’t used it as much lately….
I’m not really that into submitting my own stuff…I did it in the past, but now…I just kinda let it roll…
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I love the idea of SocialMarker but what turns me off is I have to manually register the account the first time round and I kinda gives up in the middle of it. Though I don’t discount the possibility of reusing it again in the future.
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Yeah, I understand where you’re coming from. But if you really think about it – how long does it take to set up an account. Including verifying your email address, it takes about 3 minutes in total.
If you use the same username/pass for all your social bookmarking sites, then it’s easier logging in and flying through those sites.
I bookmarked this post to 6 sites, and it took me about 5 minutes. A definite plus.
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