How do you enter the address of the websites in your browser, for sites that you visit regularly? Do you type it in, or pick it up from Favorites/Bookmarks? Or may be you search for the relevant keywords in Google/Yahoo and then click on the result?
I used to face a big problem while browsing because most of the times, I had to visit inside pages with long URLs and these were quite difficult to remember. Like all of us, I started using the Favorites/Bookmarks but the straight line lists were very dificult to navigate. Then I had the problem of needing to access these bookmarks from other computers when I was travelling or at a client location.
All this prompted me to launch this private bookmarks service that will be fast and free – no ads, no spam. I get to put any number of sites on a single page, neatly arranged so that I can visit any of these sites with just 1-click! I have bookmarked news sites, my online bank account login pages, blogs and forums that I cannot live without and like.
You are welcome to register your own personal bookmarks page (takes about 40 seconds), add a few sites and experience the convenience for yourself. Once you have used it for a few hours, you will never go back to type the website addresses again. That’s a promise!
You asked for an easy way to add the sites to your personal bookmarks page. Well, you got it!
If you are using Google toolbar, click on this link to add a button for easyBM to your toolbar. You will be prompted to download version 4 if you don’t already have it.
Then there will be a pop-up box telling you that your information will be sent to easyBM. Don’t worry – all your information is not going there. Only the URL (site address) of the page where you click the button will be sent to easyBM so that your site can be bookmarked.
Once installed, using the button is a breeze. Keep browsing the Internet sites and if you like some place that you want to record in your favorites, just click on the easyBM button on the toolbar. You will be prompted to add the site and then, returned to the page you were browsing.
We already make it easy for you to locate the frequently visited links by grouping them together. Now we are pleased to offer you several new link highlighting options.
While the default color of the new bookmarks will be blue, you can make important links red or green or whatever tickles your fancy. You can also have the system make certain links bold or italicised by choosing the appropriate options while adding or editing the links.
We are committed to make your personal bookmarks as easy to use as can be.