If you’ve spent much time reading Disney blogs lately, you might have noticed the little castle with the words “Mark It” at the end of some posts. That’s the sign for the website Dismarks and if you click on it, not only can you mark the post you’re reading so that other readers can find it, you’ll also find lots of new Disney-related news all in one place. If you sign up, you can post links to articles you like and discuss these articles with other Disney fans. It’s a great way to stay informed and connect with others in the Disney online community and since it’s reader generated, you get a lot of different perspectives.
When you post a submission you’ll be asked to give it a title. It’s probably easiest to use the title in the article, but you can also make something up if you feel it’s more representative of what the article is saying. You’ll then be asked to write a sentence or two about the piece. Nothing fancy and don’t be shy; your submissions don’t have to be perfect. If you think it’s relevant to the community, it’s probably relevant. Next, you’ll give it a tag or two so readers can find it. That’s it. Easy peasy.
If you like, you can also post articles on any Disney topic from sites not using the Dismarks icon. Just copy and paste the link. Readers on the Dismarks site can “mark it” and let it gain in popularity there, ensuring that other readers will see it. If you’re a Disney blogger, don’t toil in solitude. Post a Dismark with your title so that you can share your ideas with other fans.