Marc Andreessen––a early pioneer of the Internet as the co-author of the first graphical web browser and co-founder of Netscape––wrote a series of tweets that culminated in a blog post explaining how he sees journalism changing, and how Internet technologies are going to facilitate the news media growing ten to one hundred times what it is today.
As we found in Scott’s great post last week, printing is still a huge part of how people receive information on the Internet. And a little-known feature in CSS can help make your site look as good printed as it does on desktop or mobile browsers. That way you’ll ensure your visitors are happy printing good-looking coupons or PDFs!
You’re ready to make your site social this year, and you just created your AddThis account. (YAY!) But now you’re trying to figure out where to put those share buttons and which buttons to add. There’s so much to choose from, and you don’t have time to figure it all out. We want to help. Here are 8 tips that’ll help you get the most out of your AddThis tools.
With new product releases and upgrades this year, we received a variety of questions for support. We thought it’d be useful for you, our user, to get a quick roundup of the most popularly asked questions this year, so you have it handy in case you need it!
We’re so excited about AddThis user, NASA, launching on another endeavor into space! Next Monday, NASA will launch a probe to Mars. It’s called the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN probe, or MAVEN, and it’s designed to study the upper atmosphere of Mars and how it interacts with solar wind. Though it might not make sense at first, this information is very important for knowing more about the history of Mars and it’s past potential for habitability.
Did you know address bar sharing—that is cutting and pasting an URL rather than sharing the page by clicking a share button—is by far one of the most common ways people share websites? In case you haven’t thought of that, we want you to know you could be missing out on a big part of understanding how visitors engage with your content.
Everyone’s favorite space agency and long-time AddThis user NASA will be launching a probe to the moon tonight (assuming everything goes as planned) to test out some great new technologies, and learn about our closest celestial neighbor.
Several prominent services use meta tags to enhance the experience for their users by showing rich content, such as images and descriptions, alongside the title and URL of your page. These tags let you control how your site is branded across social networks and help drive engagement. Once you add them your users will get a much richer experience and it will drive more people to your site.
I frequently see support cases of AddThis disappearing from a publisher’s site without warning, and we’re unable to duplicate the issue on our end. These cases are largely caused by network connection issues on the user’s end, so here’s a quick primer on how to diagnose the reason we’re not showing up for you.