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Uses of explicit and implicit tags in social bookmarking

Enrique Estellés Arolas, and Fernando González Ladrón-de Guevar. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63(2):313--322 (2012)

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Although Web 2.0 contains many tools with different functionalities, they all share a common social nature. One tool in particular, social bookmarking systems (SBSs), allows users to store and share links to different types of resources, i.e., websites, videos, images. To identify and classify these resources so that they can be retrieved and shared, fragments of text are used. These fragments of text, usually words, are called tags. A tag that is found on the inside of a resource text is referred to as an obvious or explicit tag. There are also nonobvious or implicit tags, which don't appear in the resource text. The purpose of this article is to describe the present situation of the SBSs tool and then to also determine the principal features of and how to use explicit tags. It will be taken into special consideration which HTML tags with explicit tags are used more frequently.

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Uses of explicit and implicit tags in social bookmarking

Enrique Estellés Arolas, and Fernando González Ladrón-de Guevar. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63(2):313--322 (2012)