All posts by Justin Thorp

Start Sharing to Viber, Kik, Yummly, And EdCast with AddThis Share Buttons


As we continue to expand our supported services, we’re excited to announce that now you can share to Viber, Kik, Yummly and EdCast with AddThis Share Buttons. This means that whenever your visitors see our share buttons on your website, they can click on the AddThis logo (the orange box with the white plus sign) and search for these different options.

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Stop Hiding the Best Content on Your Blog


We spend so much time creating content to get and sustain the attention of our audience. In spite of this, I can guarantee you that you’re not showing your website audience the content that they want to see because it’s not on your home page. And… you likely have a library of amazing content that they’d love to consume. This adds up to lost opportunities, time and money. It’s time to start thinking about personalizing your content marketing so that you’re putting the right content in front of the right visitor at the right time.

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Announcing the March Madness Buzz Bracket

ncaa_buzz_bracketWe’re all big NCAA tournament fans at the office. We’ve all filled out our brackets and are tracking the games closely. Naturally, we wanted to look at how the online consumer behavior that we see on a daily basis correlates to different aspects of the tournament. In this post, I’m excited to announce the first of two different data visualization projects.

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Stop Making Your Website Look like the Vegas Strip. Start Personalizing.

Las-Vegas-StripToday, UX designers have an impossible task. Create an online experience that directs a visitor to whatever their goal is, on a website that has a lot of different potential audiences with competing interests. Think about it from a visitor’s perspective. This is pretty rough. If you only fall into one or two of a website’s 3 or 4 different audiences, you’re always being forced to endure a lot of content that’s not relevant to what you’re looking for. Because of this, visitors often don’t find what they’re looking for and will bounce off your website.

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