SocialAdr – New Social Bookmarking Services Community


For the last couple months I’ve been working on this new Web 2.0 social bookmarking services community.

What is it all about?

  • Rather than submitting merely your own bookmarks to the many services available (like Digg, BlinkList, Delicious, etc.), members submit each others’ bookmarks
  • This makes it less likely that you’ll be considered a “spammer” for constantly promoting only your own sites
  • This also gives your pages potential to be bookmarked many times with each service, rather than only once like you would do for yourself
  • The bookmark submission process happens behind the scenes and is fully automated. You only need to enter your account details once.
  • Members are encouraged to only submit quality pages; we don’t want to promote garbage
  • The functionality is easy-to-use…it literally takes seconds to add your own bookmarks or to share other members’ bookmarks.
  • No more messing around with different tag formatsSocialAdr takes care of all that craziness for ya.

What prompted me to create this website was a few things:

  • Even though SocialMarker is a very useful tool, it can be extremely time consuming because it still involves a lot of manual dragging-and-dropping.  Just to submit a single webpage to 20 services usually takes half an hour!
  • I thought about “link sharing” networks which are (as far as I can tell) getting to be pretty outdated in the ever-evolving interweb.  I wanted to come up with a way to combine that philosophy with Web 2.0 social networks and social bookmarking.
  • I’m a member of Traffic Drill, a forum in which members can request other members to bookmark their webpages.  But since the bookmarking process is manual and unable to be controlled in a “fair” manner, it’s entirely possible for a member to contribute WAY more to the community than they receive (I was a perfect example of this).  I think it’s a great idea, but I saw room for improvement.
  • There’s many software packages out there that do social bookmarking submissions, but for each webpage you have, it’ll only be submitted once to every service.  With SocialAdr, you can potentially have your webpage submitted tens or hundreds of times to each service!  Instead of merely 1 backlink, you’ll get 10, 20, 30…50…etc.  And this all happens on auto-pilot.

I’ve had beta testers in the system for about two weeks now and they’ve been great!  Lots of bugs have been fixed and new features added.

Hopefully in a few more weeks I’ll be able to open it up to the public!

If you’re interested in helping beta test (it’s really not that difficult and you’ll get free backlinks and traffic while doing it), you can either read this WarriorForum thread, or contact me for more info.


Edit [Sep 12, 2009] – It’s now open to the public, so go get your FREE account now!


5 comments for “SocialAdr – New Social Bookmarking Services Community

  1. August 10, 2009 at 2:23 am

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  2. March 26, 2010 at 8:11 am

    I am having a peak at SocialADR as we speak.. I used only wire for about 2 seconds but it seemed to crash, and if it didn’t crash it just put up an warning you have X to confirm but no links to confirm.. (kida pointless in the speeding things up department)

    I was emailed today from a usual contant about a twitter backlink building program. short version is it scans twitter and then prefills in your info as a post on their blog.. very bitty, glitchy and non moderated.. (polite way of saying sh**e) but is was free and worth a try if they do a release of a version that actually posts the comments and removes the porn blogs I will post a link on my site!

  3. September 5, 2010 at 12:20 am

    I am using SocialAdr since some time now and I am happy with the results. Whatever else tool you are using, you always end up with one bookmark at each service, except of you are asking friends for a favor. Just SocialAdr bookmarks your page to several services from a changing variety of user accounts.

  4. December 3, 2011 at 11:11 pm

    I’m very impressed with SocialAdr – Just soooo many things done right – and well. And then the site additions, tweaks and improvements along the way just keep adding value to the service.

    A coupla things really stand out: The QUALITY of the bookmarking services: 1st and 2nd Tier sites that actual humans visit. The spinning and utter randomness of submissions is VERY natural since the free users vary greatly in which and how-many sites they have set up. Superlative control, pause and resume over the flow of link building. And perhaps most important – I see visible evidence here and there in back link checks that SocialAdr is in fact doing it’s job – something other low-ball automated bookmarking services fail to do.

    • December 15, 2011 at 2:40 pm

      Thanks, glad ya like it! It’s definitely been a labor of love for me. Cheers.

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