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What is social bookmarking?
Social bookmarking is a way to store, organize, and search websites. You can save links to (or “bookmark”) web pages that you want to remember and/or share. These bookmarks are usually public, but you can choose to save them privately and share them only with specific people, groups, and networks.
Social bookmarking sites use “tags” or keywords to help organize your bookmarks. Tags also help people search bookmarks and find information. For example, if you were to tag this page, you might use the tags, “HIV”, “AIDS”, “Social Bookmarks”, “New Media”, “AIDS.gov”.
Social bookmarking in response to HIV
- Organize HIV resources and share them with your colleagues, clients, and friends.
- Engage with others that are bookmarking and tagging HIV-related websites.
- Subscribe to receive updates when an HIV website or article is tagged.
- Provide opportunities for people to bookmark or tag your website and articles. (The “share this button” on this page is an example of how to do this.)
Where can I learn more?
Social Bookmarking (PDF - 602 KB)
A one page reference regarding social bookmarking, what it is, and how it can be used in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Last revised: 06/05/2012