Delicious is not just a sweet word. It is a name of another awesome social book marking web service for storing, sharing and discovering web bookmarks with over five million users. It caters your favorite's article pages, website pages, blog site pages, movies, music videos, photos and other imaginable stuff that you owned, other pages you liked and loved. If you will have the interest to try Delicious for your sharing activities, the site is open to everyone who loves discovering awesome websites and article pages.
With Delicious you can instantly save your favorite links, collect your discoveries in stacks, sharewhat you found and youcan dig deeper into your favorite topics. Saving links on delicious makes it easy to find them later on and then share them with anyone. At Delicious you can create a stack which is a collection of links built around a common theme.
Here is a sample of stacks I created on the site just this morning to help justify this article where you can hang on and to get the idea. However, there are more thousands of awesome stacks available on the site uploaded and shared by thousands of Delicious users from around the world to explore and enjoy.
Awesome Columns - is the name of one of my stacks I created at Delicious today. In this stacks are the first ten Columns I had published at Expertscolumn. After I created this stacks, I immediately shared it to Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon and Google+. Just imagine, in one link all my columns published at Expertscoulmns.com are available. If someone has clicked or visited the link, he/she will be redirected to the site that published them - the Expertscolumn.com. Another way to promote the site and all my coulumns across the Internet.
Sharing your favorite links and stacks on Delicious is as easy as clicking the share button. In addition, browsing through stacks is a great way to explore more interesting topics and to find the best web contents out there. And you are given the choice to follow whoever will be your favorite Delicious collectors to see what other great stuff they uncover.
To maximize the use of Delicious, first you will register. The registration process takes only less than a minute. And then you can proceednow your sharing activities by sharing those awesome but valid links of your favorite’s column pages, website pages and your collection of discoveries. And then start creating stacks with those links you saved.
To create a stack is just an easy as 123 steps:
- Click the button stack found at the right upper section near your username
- Write the stack title
- Click create stack found at the bottom
- Write an awesome description about your stack
- Add at least five URL links of your favorite articles pages, website pages and other stuff
- Write the titles of the article links, tags and descriptions
- Submit the stack
After the submission you will see the stack posted in your profile front page. If you thought that your stack is ready to publish, click publish. Or, if you still need to revise the stack for descriptions, images, layout and the order of links, click Edit. When you are all set, click publish to share your Delicious stack. You have also two choices to choose, either to publish your stack privately or publicly.
More about Delicious
Wikipedia records tell that Delicious was founded by Joshua Schachter in 2003 formerly del.icio.us and acquired by Yahoo in 2005, and by the end of 2008, the service garnered more than 5.3 million users and 180 million unique bookmarked URLs. Its headquarter is in Sunnyvale, California. The site was re-sold to AVOS Systems on April 27, 2011 and relaunched in a back to beta state on 27 September that year.
On September 27, 2011, Delicious launched its completely new version 3.0 design in beta. This came in as a surprise to many of its users, with many features being disabled, removed or temporarily unavailable. Avos removed the Delicious Support Forum and had advised users that communication with Avos should take place via email.
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