A social bookmarking service that draws value from both its user and developer communities, Delicious makes it easy to keep track of your favorite web sites. Here are 10 ways you can tap into the unique value of the Delicious.
Delicious, a social bookmarking tool, is like the old boyfriend I rarely see but can’t get out of my heart.
Tweeting web links is one of the simplest and most effective ways to offer regular, useful info of value to your followers. While you’re tweeting those links, you can also bookmark them in delicious.
It turns out that a great source of insight on how to make effective use of Firefox is….Firefox.
Shareaholic makes it easy for you to submit the web page you’re on to your favorite sharing or bookmarking service.
Most online collaboration tools engage your left brain: that part of you that likes structure and organization, and supports linear, sequential thinking. Collaborative mind mapping, on the other hand, engages the right side of your brain by helping you think visually — together and online.
What bake sales once were to PTAs, online storefronts are to today's non-profits. We're used to thinking about participants in non-profit web sites as members or supporters, people we are trying to reach with a message or mobilize around a campaign. But your online community members can also be customers — customers who may be delighted to spend their dollars in a way that supports their values and your work.