Butns is a free service that enables you to add as many destinations as you like to each hyperlink on your website (or blog, forum e.g.), allowing your users to choose exactly which information they want and where they want to get it. And it is very easy to use.
Dropvine is a utility that I put together that speeds up the process of sending links to one or more friends. When you've found a page that you want to send, you just click the Dropvine bookmarklet and on the next page click which friends you want to receive that link then hit send. Takes about 5 seconds.
Favo uses the very familiar inbox concept for all incoming favorites. Your surfing experience does not get interrupted by dialogs that ask you to pause and organize the content you are collecting. Favorites are collected from your browser and from your friends' recommendations.
urlPass is a free Web 2.0 service that allows you to dramatically reduce the length of long and cumbersome URL's . The resulting shortened URL (e.g. urlPass.com/3) then becomes a permanent and unique link / reference to a particular webpage. A urlPass is short, easy to read and more convenient to distribute.
Create more readable links, easier to remember, ready to be paste in forums, in chats or in your mails. Linkasa uses a base 62 compression algorithm. By adding a tag, you can define the look of the generated links. Much better for transmitting a link. Easier to type, easier to remember.
URLbunch is bunch of links to a web site. It's like TinyURLbut on crack. Pack a whole bunch of links together and share them with one small link. It's a useful free service when you want to share a bunch of links with someone through social outlets such as Myspace, Facebook, AIM, Yahoo! Messenger, etc. It's just easier to share that way.
Lucratives is an Internet Marketing community that provides useful links to blog posts and articles that allow Web Entrepreneurs to become more knowledgeable and profitable online.
ReadBurner turns Google Reader sharing into an action similar to bookmarking a page on Del.icio.us or voting for an article on Digg. This approach to social news makes sharing interesting stories easier than ever, and adds a new level of democracy and transparency in determining what's the most newsworthy.
The buzz can be about anything - a great story on a major news site, an extraordinary bit from an obscure site, an intriguing video, or a fantastic blog that shouldn't be missed. Instead of editors, people like you determine the top-rated stories.
ShotCode connects your target audience to your websites in one click by using technology that changes camera mobile phones into personal &quot;barcode&quot; scanners. Install the ShotCode reader on a mobile phone, start the software, aim at a ShotCode and click. That is all it takes to connect your target audience to you, on impulse.
At Mixx, all of the content is user-generated, which means that Mixx don't have an editor who decides what you should find interesting. Mixx figures that you can find that same-old same-old pretty much anywhere else. So instead, they simply make it easy for you to submit stories, photos, videos-whatever you find interesting, informative, different or fun. You can also see-and vote on-the stuff that other Mixxers submit.
PeopleTrusted helps bring credibility and social reputation to products, services, and companies doing business on the web. We do this by aggregating feedback from people just like you. At the heart of PeopleTrusted is democracy. Each and every vote counts.
Network Bar Generator dot com was created to help network owners and webmasters provide a quick and easy way to create and manage network bars. Network Bar Generator enable you to organizing large networks of sites on one bar and get sites indexed faster in search engines.
Your votes train a filter, so let reddit know what you liked and disliked, because you'll begin to be recommended links filtered to your tastes. All of the content on reddit is from users who are rewarded for good submissions (and punished for bad ones) by their peers; you decide what appears on your front page and which submissions rise to fame or fall into obscurity.