Share your Articles to 8 Most Important Bookmarking Sites – Bookmark It

Plugins 5 Comments

With numerous Social Bookmarking plugins available on the net, it’s sometimes difficult to decide to which plugin to install and which social bookmarking directories you should show on your blog.

So, here I am sharing you my Bookmark It WordPress plugin that allows your visitors to share your posts to the 8 most required Social Bookmarking sites. I’d like to thank all my blog’sreaders and all to that helped me in developing this plug-in.

I personally recommend my this WordPress plugin as it uses the least php server calls and save your database for any crash.

BASIC INFO
Plugin Name: Bookmark It

Description: WordPress Plugin that allows your visitors to share your posts to 8 most required Social Bookmarking sites i.e. Google Buzz, Twitter, Stumbleupon, Facebook, Digg, Delicious, Reddit, Technorati.

Version: 0.1

Author: Atul Kumar

DOWNLOAD AND INSTALLATION
1. Download the plugin from http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/bookmark-it.zip

2. Extract and upload the contents of the archive to ‘yourserver.com/wp-content/plugins/bookmarkit/’

3. Login to your WordPress admin panel and browse to the Plugins section.

4. Activate the Bookmark It WordPress Plugin.

Comments and suggestions for the improvement are always welcome.
Thanks!!!

Update on June 7, 2011

The plugin is receiving a valuable and good response from all. People are liking my plugin and they prefer to install it instead of other numerous available pugins.

     
 

Author

- who has written 444 posts on TechOfWeb.

Atul is a professional blogger and techie who writes at TechOfWeb.

Subscribe to TechOfWeb feed via RSS || EMAIL || Twitter || Facebook to get instant latest tech updates.

Your Comments

5 Comments so far

  1. Ramkumar says:

    The plugin looks really great, the list is a much need and important bookmarking sites. but i think he has missed out yahoo buzz and mixx

  2. Atul says:

    @Ramkumar: Thanks. I think these 8 sites are enough.

  3. Anish K.S says:

    Will check the plugin.

  4. Mark Adams says:

    Transparent backgrounds behind images would be nice.

  5. Atul says:

    @Anish K.S. : Do check the plugin and let me know how it is 🙂
    @Mark Adams : Thanks for the suggestion. Will take this point seriously in mine next release. Thanks


Share your view

Post a comment

© 2009-2013 TechOfWeb.