What is Social Bookmarking?
Social bookmarking is simply creating bookmarks on websites where communities of people publicly share websites via bookmarks that they found interesting. This is similar to a way you might bookmark your favorite webpage in your Internet browser, except this method is done publicly on popular bookmarking websites. Popular bookmarking services include sites like StumbleUpon, Digg, Reddit and Delicious.
Social bookmarking can be effective if done right. Unfortunately, so many Internet marketing companies providing social bookmarking services abuse those sites with large amounts of submission blasts for pennies on the dollar. As with all link building, everything must look natural. Doing hundreds of social bookmarks for cheap is not a natural way to get bookmarks. To be natural looking, each social bookmark must have a unique title and description and come from different IP addresses. They must be added slowly, not blasted with large submissions.
Here at WebTek, we take great measures to ensure our bookmarking service is done right and in a totally authentic and natural way. With each of our Internet marketing packages, we include a healthy dose of social bookmarks in addition to other social media metrics Google and other search engines favor.