Want Those Fancy Post-Sharing Buttons?

I have been drooling over the oh-so-splendid buttons at the top or bottom of pretty much every blog (other than mine it seems … until now!) that allow the reader to share the post on their favorite networks with minimal effort.

So I spent some time Googling free WP plugins to no avail, when my eyes ran over a name I vaguely recognized: AddToAny.  Integrating the feature into WordPress was super easy: drag a button into your bookmarks, and then after you’ve saved your post, hit that bookmark and re-save.   To do that, click here.

To get an HTML tag to embed the thing into another kind of website, click here.

This is virtual networking at its best, and it’s the best way for your stuff to “go viral” – which is a good thing in internet terms.  The only drawback is that you have to remember to do it for every post.  But since it’s ridiculously simple, remembering is probably the hardest part.

Try it out…share this on something!



About inkstainedknuckle

I'm a social media specialist with a fresh outlook and keen sense of diction. The world is my walnut.
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