Site Info - Tagza.com
Overview of web technologies used by Tagza.com.
Tagza - Your Source for Social News and NetworkingTagza.com Social News Evolved
Description on Homepage
Tagza.com is a social bookmarking web site for web users to save/submit their favourite interesting links. Our users (you!) submit stories to the site and other users decide by their voting power which gets a submitted link to the front page. You can promote a story, demote/bury a story and even vote on comments. At the moment only english web sites are allowed. ... More votes your submitted link gets, more traffic you would get from Tagza.com. ...
Description from Alexa
Number 5,846 of all websites according to Alexa
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