Share:|

Subscribing to content online is easy today. Start anywhere, you don't even have to be an expert.

If you still wanted some expert advice on how to get your eyes focused and ears tuned, here's some good points from Jana.

vintage-wine.jpgKeeping great content alive

Some content are meant to stay, we want them. And if you are a blogger like me, you refer to a lot of good content you have come across in the past. Even if it was created by you, it still could feel like searching for a needle in a haystack.

 

Here are a few tools which could help you calm the chaos. From the very basic, to the geeky:

1. Browser favorites

Or Bookmarks. Every browser offers this capability and this has to be the First one                                                                                                                                                             Image on flickr by iMaffo

2. Google Bookmarks                                                                                              

If you are on the internet, you Must be on Google. So this is the next one Google bookmarks.

 

3. Social Bookmarking

The natural evolution of the web where you not only carry your bookmarks online but share it as well.

Tools like Delicious, Stumbleupon and a long list of options.

 

4. Social Bookmarking on steroids

bit.ly - A single application that gives you:

  • Social bookmarking
  • url shortening (even customizing your short url)
  • tying your searches as bundles
  • and also demographics on users who've searched your bookmarks

 

And if that still does not seem to be enough, let's take your BMC Communities resources off the list. You can manage them natively on the platform, accessible when you log in.

 

That was my scale. Do you have something more geeky, or something even ridiculously simpler?