Balancing return on experience and return on investment in a tagging system</objective> <objective>
Five motivations for people who tag</objective> <objective>
Seven potential benefits for organizations that implement tagging</objective> </feature>
In roughly three years, tagging went from being a feature on a simple link-sharing Web site to a must-have feature for every new Web application. Why did, as one journalist put it, tag mania sweep the Web?
The answer lies partly in the open-ended nature of tagging—it can be many things to many people. Tagging also helps solve that perennial problem of the Internet age—keeping track of all the links—while ...