What are the best Social Bookmarking websites?

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    Bruce Bowman
    Written on September 13, 2017
    "Opera isn't bad, not bad at all. Though I personally have a limited experience with it. That being said none of my experiences were sour, so I'd say give it a go."
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      Juan Antonio Sotelo
      Written on March 27, 2017
      "I work a job with a lot of downtime and we're allowed to browse the web when things are slow. I've been trying to cut down on the social networking time suck and StumpleUpon really fills the void. I'm never bored when it's slow! Switching things up really keeps me from wanting to go back and do the same thing over and over to fill the time."
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      Juan Dean
      Written on May 1, 2017
      "I'm not quite sure what to think about this solution, there was very little information offered by the website, but by the description it seems that some would find it useful if they required some sort of bookmarking service a little more advanced than what is offered already on browsers. For me personally, I'd like something that shows a little more information right off the bat on the website so that if other people I knew were to use it, they'd feel more confident in it."
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      Raymond Willis
      Written on April 1, 2017
      "When I go looking for news sometimes it can get chaotic. I heard about Digg Reader, which would centralize news sources for me so I did not have to go looking for them. This service was really a game changer for me when it comes to getting my news. I save so much time. It is like somebody goes and gets all the good articles from newspapers and makes me a personalized newspaper and frops it on my doorstep aka my phone. I can't even find something negative to say about it and my friends would be the this first to tell you that I can usually find a negative aspect of everything."
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      Xiang Gong
      Written on February 28, 2017
      "Having the ability to load bookmarks or reading material from all accounts into one place is very nice, and as it offers a "mark as read" option it quickly clears out (visually) what you no longer need to see if you'd like it to. Personally I find the feature that automatically checks to see if the link is still alive or dead is very useful so I don't have any "wasted" bookmarks lingering around."
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      Toby
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      Chrome

      Free - Price upon request

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      esteve.castells
      Written on September 4, 2017
      "Bookmarks are for books, not browsers. Organize your browser tabs into Toby so you can access key resources in one click instead of seven. Toby is pretty cool to have everything in hand always available."
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      Dhruv Rangan
      Written on April 13, 2017
      "Diigo is a way to bookmark websites if you are looking for new ways to try. It seems to work for the most part so if a normal bookmark isn't good enough you can try it."
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      Margaret Estrada
      Written on November 10, 2017
      "Tagpacker is one of the easiest to use social bookmarking websites. You can organize your bookmarks so much easier and prevents over bookmarking. You can share your bookmarks with others even follow people with the same interest."
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      Larry Henry
      Written on November 1, 2017
      "I don't really need another bookmark system, and I'm not all that keen on being social with my bookmarks either. Too many are just for me, or are reminders to come back to something later. So I don't want to be social about one if I haven't really delved into a site. The link here just dumps you into the site with no explanation or "reason d'etre." Not very social in my book! This might be interesting once you figure it out, but they need to make it much more enticing to take the time to do so."
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      Stephen Burke
      Written on November 7, 2017
      "EverSync allows you to sync all your favorites and bookmarks over many machines. It's portable and saved you the hassle of remembering a whole list of urls."
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      Iris Dong
      Written on November 6, 2017
      "I wanted the best Social Bookmarking website out there. I found XMarks and still use it too this day, great to use across all browsers."
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      Jack Sims
      Written on November 9, 2017
      "Start.me has a pleasing visual interface that seems like it could save a lot of time and clicks. I liked that it has a fully functional free version that seems to already be able to do most of what you'd expect, with there being even more potential functionality unlock-able in the premium versions. It seems to certainly be preferable to organizing one's bookmarks in a conventional browser interface."
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      Marie Ross
      Written on November 2, 2017
      "Zotero has been a headache from the start. I wanted to use this extension to become more organized but I find that it is a bit too intrusive on my computer and gets to be annoying."
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      Gary Wells
      Written on November 4, 2017
      "When I'm reading a technical document I often need to save certain bits or pieces to reference later. Lumio is perfect for that. I can easily save and organize information in an easy to use sidebar. I can also easily share the information I have saved with other people."

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    Summary

    Best Social Bookmarking websites
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 StumbleUpon Apps 88 Free
    2 Delicious Websites 61 Free
    3 Digg Apps 47 Free
    4 Pinboard Software 34 Paid
    5 Toby Software 21 Free
    6 Diigo Apps 4 Free
    7 Tagpacker Websites 1 Free
    8 Papaly Websites 0 Free
    9 EverSync Websites 0 Free
    10 XMarks Websites 0 Free
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