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from Surrey, UK
| Posted 07-06-2007 at 21:59  |
We have just added easy to use links to submit our pages to a multitude of 'Social Bookmark' web sites.
What's one of these? Well if I give you a list of the sites supported then it will probably mean something:
Feed Me Links
No I've not heard of most of them either! Let us know if you use any of these sites and if you would recommend them to others.
Please use thes links to submit and remember pages of interest to these services.
This will help let more people know about the Portal web site which is bound to bring in more infomation.
Also added an easy link to our RSS News feed.
Thanks to Klingon for coding this
[ This message was edited by: Andy B on 2007-06-08 10:42 ]
from Cheshire / Manchester
| Posted 08-06-2007 at 09:31  |
I've still not a clue as to how these social bookmarks are meant to improve usability etc. Is there a short page or info to explain how and why one should use them?
from Surrey, UK
| Posted 08-06-2007 at 10:34  |
They won't improve usability. They make it easy for people who use any of these Bookmarking or News services to submit Portal pages that are of interest.
I hope people will use them as it will improve the profile of the Portal on these important 'gateway' web sites
[ This message was edited by: Andy B on 2007-06-08 10:43 ]
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