At Socinova, we understand the importance of great content. We endeavour to share quality, informative pieces across all our signature sights – and love to read other people’s works too!
But when you’re sifting through the web and taking in all that insightful content, you’ll no doubt find a few extra special pieces you’d like to bookmark.
This is especially true if you’re a business looking to gain inspiration and ideas from around the web. There are plenty of how-to guides, tutorials and interesting articles that you could implement into your very own digital strategy. But how to store them all?
Here are seven ways to bookmark inspiration for your digital brand.
Pinterest isn’t just for pretty pictures. You’ll find plenty of guides and infographic on the site, as well as being able to pin articles you’ve found from around the web.
If the article doesn’t have a feature photo, Pinterest will replace it with a blank space, usually featuring the title text. Less attractive, perhaps, but it’s practical!
While you may be familiar with using Evernote for important notes or photos, it can also be used to save links.
Either save one as a clip, featuring a screen grab of the website, or simply compile a list of your favourite links within one note.
3. In-Browser Bookmarking
It may be old school, but bookmarking in your browser doesn’t have to be confusing. Most browsers will allow you to organise your saved pages by folders, making them easy to go back and read later on.
4. Google Keep
Google Keep is essentially a notebook to track whatever you’re doing or thinking at the time. You can save notes, photos, reminders, to-do lists and – you guessed it – links.
With Pocket, you can quite literally save something in your Pocket for later! It can be downloaded as an app for Android, iOS, Windows Phone or OSX, or can be installed as an extension using Google Chrome.
When installed, just click the ‘share’ button in your browser and select ‘Add to Pocket’. Simple!
Instapaper saves all your favourite links, but converts them into simple, readable black and white articles – all featured together in a format reminiscent of a traditional newspaper.
Readability is similar to Pocket and Instapaper, but what makes it stand out is the option it has to send the article directly to your Kindle! This is great if you’re looking to sit back and relax away from bright screens and catch up on a little light reading.
You may or may not have noticed, but Facebook actually has a ‘save for later’ feature! If you see something you like, click on the small arrow on the right and select ‘Save’. Simple!
Now you know how to store the content you find online, it’s time to get looking for those awesome new ideas!