I’d like to see who has bookmarked webpages from my blog into del.icio.us. I can see who has bookmarked a particular page (using the URL function - clicking on a link under the bookmark title called …"and ? others", here’s a random example of a bookmark), but I’d like to see in one search who has bookmarked any page on my blog.
I’d also like to get an RSS feed for this type of search…at the moment I only know of Durl (generates an RSS feed for only a single webpage on del.icio.us)
Technorati performs this kind of result, I can "link:" search a particular post on my blog… I can also "link:" search my home page address and get all links to my homepage as well as all my blogposts (permalinks).
Has anyone come up with a way that del.icious can find all bookmarks saved to a whole website (including all webpages) rather than just theURL of one webpage…and also generate an RSS feed?
What a big ask!
…or even better, what about this not being limited to just del.icio.us but including other social bookmark managers as well.
From on of my blog posts:
"I also like the little button on the DURL page that acts as a counter for the number of times your post has been bookmarked by a particular service"
The button mentioned above is by SPURL, having one for del.icio.us or Furl would be great. But you’d have to have one for every blog post! …unless, it could record all your blogpages, as per the topic of this current post.
…or here I go again, one bookmark counter encompassing all the social bookmark services!
Here’s something that I think is achievable, not by me that’s for sure (otherwise I’d be be talking less and tinkering more)..what about having a Technorati counter button on your blog home page (recording the number of citations links to your blog)
By the way has anyone made a bookmarklet for Durl? …at the moment I have to go to the website to submit my query.
Gee I’m asking a lot of questions, that’s enough for now!