The Lazy Man’s Way Of Submitting Your Website Or Blog To 160 Social Bookmarks

I found a website that reduces the time and effort to submit your website or blog to a majority of the online social bookmarks. Hence, the title of this post, “The Lazy Man’s Way”.  The site is called

This site is a free service and will automate the process of submitting your website or blog to 160 online social bookmarks.

The website automates the submission process after you have registered with all of the social bookmarks. Just so you know, you don’t have to submit or register will all of them. You can just submit to the ones you already have an account with. Registering with all 160 social bookmarks manually seems like it can be a %$#@.

Quite honestly there are maybe 10 social bookmarks that are widely used and popular. Those 10 will probably be the ones you will get the most traffic from. I have used this service and it does get the job done.

However I went in with the mindset that I was not going to get a whole lot of traffic, just good quality backlinks which will help boost my blog ranking.

It claims to run good on all major browsers, however they suggest using it on firefox for smoother results. Any thoughts on this post please comment below.

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15 Responses to “The Lazy Man’s Way Of Submitting Your Website Or Blog To 160 Social Bookmarks”

  • Dsusetyo on November 6, 2008

    Just want your honest input, afterall those “rel=nofollow” issue, is it still worth to submit our website to those social bookmarking for backlinks? While it is still worth for gaining traffic, I don’t think so for backlinks. What do youthink?

  • Dsusetyo on November 6, 2008

    Sam, I’ve tried to use service.
    I filled in the details on the right top corner form and click “submit” then the service start submitting [I can see it from the status bar], BUT I wonder how do I check that all are properly submitted, since I haven’t put [and didn’t ask me also] about my detail login info to those social bookmarking services.

  • Samuel on November 8, 2008


    To your first comment. You have to check with some of the socialbookmarks that you are submitting to. Some adhere to the “nofollow” and some do not. I would search google for social bookmark sites that allow it, although it’s not that many. For the ones that don’t I still find that I get a good amount of traffic for it. Especially the ones that have good ranking. Overall take a look at your strategy, if you want to link build for ranking you may want to look to forums, articles, etc. If you want to acquire traffic, you can blog comment on high page ranking blogs and provide meaningful comments.

    Your Second Comment: You have to make sure you are registered with all the social bookmarks you are submitting to before using the service. I would use the same user and password for all of them for speed and convenience. You only have to do this once, because it’s a pain doing it for the first time. Then after you use the service, you would need to go back manually into each social bookmark to make sure it was submitted. Then when you want to submit again, it will be a lot smoother because you have already registered with all the social bookmarks and would just need to submit your entry. I haven’t had a problem yet with it submitting to the bookmarks that were listed. Hope this helps.

  • jason on December 8, 2008

    i like your site. i am new to blogging and trying to learn all i can. i plan on starting a blog of my own. i’m almost ready to take the plunge. i know what i want to write about and producing content should not be a problem. however i am very nervous. any suggetions you might have on how i should proceed i would appreciate. thanks

  • Samuel on December 10, 2008


    Just dive in dude. Nothing to be nervous about. Just be yourself and it will come through in your writing. People reading blogs appreciate honestly and transparency. Also it doesn’t have to be perfect. I changed the theme of my blog many times until I found something that fit. There is a saying instead of “ready aim fire” you “fire then aim”.

  • wesleywrights on December 8, 2009

    Hi there,

    Some good information there Samuel only I have a few quistions for you..?

    About social bookmarking and creating backlinks can you tell me what should I do to get for example my article in googles first page.

    1.How much backlinks you got to generate for googles says
    “He you come on our firts page”Is it a 100 0r 1000 backlinks?
    2.And does that number of needed backlinks being changed by the way you use your keywords??? (monthly serach volume)
    3. And if you know can you tell me that when i make an article for getting on the first page of google, does the volume of the monthly keyword search results influence the way google looks at your article your backlinks and so your search results – endresult nmr one spot on google!!

    I really like to find this out but I dont seem to find a answer anywhere, maybe you can help me work this out..

    Thanks allready

    Wesley Wrights

  • Samuel on December 13, 2009

    Hey Wesley,

    Here are the answers to your questions below

    1. I would not place a number on the backlinks you need to generate to get on the first page of Google. Just concentrate on creating quality backlinks. Also create content that people would want to link to. If you worry yourself to much with what Google wants you will go insane.

    2. I don’t really understand your 2nd question.

    3. Writing an article alone will not get you on the first page of Google. There are a lot things to consider like search volume, keyword competition, etc. You will have to look at all these factors using the tools that Google provides and some others to determine if they keywords you are going after are ones you can rank for easily or if you will have to do some work to get the position you want in the search engine result pages.

    Please let me know if you need more help on this, however clarify some of the things you are asking because I had a hard time trying to understand exactly what your problem was.


  • Ultimate Lifestyle Project on February 14, 2010

    You have some great ideas here – thanks for sharing.

    Personally, I am still experimenting with the entire social bookmarking system – it’s a bit of a hazy area of knowledge so far, but like most things, its not rocket science either!

    THanks again.

  • samuel on February 14, 2010


    Not a problem. You can discover a lot of traffic strategies experimenting and testing. Make sure to keep a journal of the things you do discover. If you stumble across a cool traffic strategy, you have it documented.

  • Anand on February 24, 2010

    Can you tell me the difference between this and onlywire.

    I’ve been using Onlywire for some time but I am unable to get any reasonable traffic.

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  • Randy on June 16, 2010

    Hey Sam,

    God bless you. You’ve cleared up some questions I had about social bookmarking. I use OnlyWire and I was bookmarking only content from my blog, I’ll say for the past month now. I’m glad I became one of your subscribers, now I know better.

    I watched your video on LavaLinx, excellent info. I’ll definitely be signing up.

    I have two questions Sam. I’m into affiliate marketing, can I bookmark content not related to my niche? After joining LavaLinx should I stop using OnlyWire?

  • bushra on September 14, 2010

    nice site

  • advocate in india on October 22, 2011

    nice article thnx

  • artofwhere on April 23, 2012

    Very nice site & helpful site for the freelancer …………….Thanks

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