ma.gnolia.com is simply a social bookmarking site. Frankly, I think the site is superior to some other bookmarking sites because it’s just easier to, well, socialize. There are quick links to thank people for their links, you can easily create groups and make new friends. And more.
I’m guilty of under utilizing the site myself. I opened my account over a year ago and I have a paltry 190-something links to show. Sad. I know, but that was because before this past week, I didn’t see all the fun things you can do with it.
update: I now have around 1400 because I did an import.
I was going to create a much more extensive write up on ma.gnolia, but I see that Alex Jones (featured linker at ma.gnolia) is already doing something about one of the coolest features: creating and growing your own groups. So, I’ll let him do the explainin’.
There is one thing I want to specifically point out though because I’m not sure when Alex will get to it: Roots. Roots is a snazzy little bookmarklet that allows you to see who has bookmarked a site. Another excellent way to find people of similar interests.
Seriously, though. Do check out ma.gnolia and explore all the possible ways to connect with folks of similar interests. No worries if you already use one of the other social bookmarking sites or have your own local bookmarks, ma.gnolia has a great importing feature.
If you have any questions I’d be happy to help out too. You can go to my ma.gnolia page and kick an email out to me.