Bookmarks are supposed to save you time, but when you accumulate too many, they might actually slow you down. No worries: You can skip all that pointing and clicking, and instead just assign keywords to your bookmarks. For example, you could give the bookmark to your sister's blog (Web log) the keyword sis. To go to her page later, simply enter sis into the Location Bar.
Assigning a keyword to a bookmark is easy:
Right-click the bookmark and choose Properties.
The Properties window appears.
Enter the keyword you want to use into the Keyword text box.
Because you'll be typing this word to access the bookmark, shorter words are better. Keywords are not case sensitive, so sis is the same as SIS.
Click OK to save your changes.
To test the new keyword, enter it into the Location Bar and press Enter.