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Social Bookmarking and Sharing Explained

Introduction

Social bookmarking and sharing is a way for users of a website to store, share, categorise and search information they come across on the internet.

Social bookmarking allows you to store and share your bookmarks on the web - instead of inside your web browser. This means you can access them from any computer with an internet connection and you can share your interesting finds with other people.

The BAS website offers bookmarking and sharing through the services listed below. Each of them works slightly differently, so if you are new to this sort of thing, visit the links provided to decide which one you prefer.

All the services are free to use but you will need to register in order to do so.

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