Canada finally has social bookmarking

If you are a Canadian who enjoys online social networking, you might have spent some time as an orphan.  You don’t find much Canadian coverage at the big US-based social bookmarking websites like Digg and Reddit.  During the heat of the federal election, there was nary a whisper about Harper or Dion – it was all McCain and Obama.  That’s natural, because stories are voted to prominence by the membership, most of whom don’t know whether a Harper bounces nor how one would properly inflate a Dion.

You are no longer an orphan!

We have set up a made-in-Canada social bookmarking website just for you: Zoomit Canada.  If you are Canadian, please come and join.  And please tell all your friends.

If you are not Canadian, please tell all your Canadian friends.  Canadians have plenty to talk about – help us give them somewhere to do it.


  1. So, David. Have you tried this Canadian Social Bookmarking site yet? Or, you the person that behind this great site?

  2. Yes, it is me behind …and I see in my haste I made two announcements. I really must be more careful to scratch things off my to-do list. lol

  3. Congrats guys, the design looks amazing for me, it will take some time to take off though but the potential is very high to achieve a huge success

  4. @ SEO GTA You can help make it happen, to create a place where Canadians can talk about what’s important to them. Just sign up and join in the conversation…and help spread the word. 🙂

  5. Yeah. The design is really great. I believe in a year every country will have at least 10 social bookmarking if this trend will continue.

  6. The structure of the site is good. Wish you best of luck in growing it! I will definitely share this to all the canadian people that I know.

  7. Wow, that is awesome. i am so going to join, as I am a Canadain.