Rick Faircloth wrote:

Although that single link provides a lot of

convenience for the user, they could still visit all 11 plus sites

to register their site on delicious, digg, google, facebook, twitter, etc…

That assumes that the users will want to bookmark the page/site on all 11 social bookmarking sites, rather than only on the one, maybe two they use, if any. And assuming that, if they indeed regularly use those social bookmarking sites, they haven't already got a bookmarklet or similar at hand to facilitate that function on all other sites as well that don't provide the in-page bookmarking function.

P
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