Friday, 27 March 2015

The Top Rated Social Bookmarking Websites

Below are the top thirty social books marking websites. These have been ranked by a combination of Inbound Links, Google Page Rank, Alexa Rank, and U.S. traffic data from Compete and Quantcast. There are no exact measures of traffic but these numbers no less give us some idea about the market share of each these social bookmarking players.
1. The single biggest social bookmarking website on the internet is Digg.

2. Digg is followed by Technorati

3. Next in line is – one of the senior players on the social bookmarking scene

4. The fourth largest social bookmarking site is Propeller.

5. Then we have StumbleUpon – rounding up the top five social bookmarking sites around.

6. Reddit. You can check it out at

7. Next up is the most hilarious social bookmarking site you will find and it’s called Fark. If you are into pop culture, you need to make it to

8. MyBlogLog – which obviously specializes in blogs.

9. Slashdot is aimed at the techie population. Its tag line goes like this ‘for nerds, things that matter’.

10. Kaboodle completes the top ten of the biggest social bookmarking websites around. This is aimed at those looking to buy things on the internet – shopping! You can share notes about products and stores at

11. Bloglines tracks blogs, news and feeds. It is still quite a busy site in terms of traffic

12. Newsvine encourages users to post the latest news items from around the world at It becomes a one stop shop for all kinds of news.
13. Blinklist is a very simple and easy to use social bookmarking website. It sticks to the basics of creating and sharing bookmarks.

14. Netvouz allows users to have their own personalized bookmark page. Like Blinklist, it is also quite simple.

15. Clip the highlights with Clipmarks. It shows the most popular and recent ‘clippings’ from the web by submitters.

16. Then we have Furl at number sixteen, which claims to be ‘your personal web file’ It allows the same features of bookmarking, tagging and sharing.

17. Mister Wong lets you do your social bookmarking in several languages, so you can make use of resources that may or may not originally be in your language.

18. dzone. This is aimed specifically at web developers

19. Magnolia. This simply lets you find websites and build a community with users who have the same interests.

20. Rounding up the top twenty social marking sites we have Tailrank. Tailrank tracks the hottest news in the blogosphere at

21. Shoutwire has several topical categories.

22. Simpy is a very simplified social bookmarking website.

23. BlogMarks promises users a hassle free way to save their bookmarks and share them too.

24. Faves – which used to be known as Faves builds personalized pages for its users based on preferences and interests.

25. Spurl lets you upload bookmarks from your computer on to the social bookmarking website.

26. Spotplex contains social bookmarks in multiple languages.

27. Linkswarm is a humorously written social bookmarking tool but with all the same features.

28. Spotback also involves collaborative filtering.

29. PlugIm.

30. Rounding up the top thirty list on the best social bookmarking websites is appropriately called MyBookMarks.

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