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How to Create Collections on RedGage

By Edited Apr 24, 2016 1 2

RedGage is a social book marking site that encourages users to upload only their own links to their own online content. The links can be to things like articles, websites, blogs and photos. They also pay you for views your links receive and there are daily bonuses given when one of your links is featured. You can easily categorize the links you upload by using the "Collections" feature made available to users.

Sign in to your RedGage account. Click on the profile tab. You will see that from there you can edit your online profile, network, online content and internet link collections. The box is located in the upper right hand corner.

Click on collections. Any links that you have uploaded to websites, blogs, articles, online stores, photos and documents will be listed under the "Default Collection" tab.

Locate and click on the "create" tab. It is in the upper left hand corner of the collections box. You will be prompted to name the new collection, give a description, tag words and to select a thumbnail of your choice. The thumbnail pictures come from your own files and can be JPEG, BMP, GIF and/or PNGs.

Save the thumbnail you choose and then save all of your text. These have to be saved separately, but this is easy as it is all in the same box.

Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you have created all of the collection folders you need.

Next, click on the collections tab. Select the edit button under the Default Collections title. A list of all of the internet links you have uploaded will drop down.

You will see three columns; Content, Collection and Add. Scroll through your internet links until you find one that you want to place in your new collection. Select the new category from the drop down list under collection and click on add.

Move all of your internet links to the desired RedGage collection folder. This does need to be done on an individual basis. Once you are finished, click on the Done tab at the bottom of the page.

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Comments

Aug 30, 2009 9:45pm
JanieWrites
I have 12 collections on RedGage right now. It is a great way to categorize your links, photos, blogs, etc. I like this feature very much. Thanks for the article!
Mar 28, 2010 8:17am
eileen
This sounds like a great and your article makes it very clear.
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