I had great results with Delicious in the past and then all of a sudden traffic stopped displaying from them on my hub stats
Maybe Hubpages is worried about people abusing Delicious
Delicious is already pretty easy to use with one button press. Just add the bookmark button version of deslicious.
Delicious is quite sensitive to bookmarking your own content. Adding the button will only ensure more inexperienced hubbers are banned from delicious. Will only hurt the site as a whole. Please don't.
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