Like most website owners, you’re probably noticing that you’re getting more and more traffic from mobile devices, like smartphones and tablets. And to help all those mobile users share your content, we just launched a new mobile sharing toolbar for AddThis Pro users. Continue →
Content publishers all have the same goal in mind when it comes to building their website: get more followers! If done correctly, more followers can mean more loyal visitors and brand advocates of your site and content. Here are a few tips that have helped site owners grow the community around their content.
We love sharing buttons, and hope you’ll love our newest set of sharing buttons. They’re not only big and beautiful (meaning more shares) they are also responsive sharing buttons.
From Outbrain to Taboola and now AddThis––the great thing about content-based recommendation tools is that you have lots of great options and don’t have to limit your site to just one. Although they all recommend content, they each work differently, and have unique capabilities and algorithms for you to consider.
Over the last few months, we’ve been talking to bloggers and crunching the numbers to discover ways to increase sharing for anyone who owns a website. What we found is that there are a few simple things that you can do (now) to increase sharing on your site.
With our tools on over 14 million domains and reaching 1.6 billion unique customers a month, we decided to start taking a look at what pieces of content are shared the most each week. For February 28th thru March 6th, here’s what we saw shared the most in the U.S.
Sunday night is Oscar night, and in the run-up to the world’s most popular awards show, all the publicity machines are in overdrive both to increase ticket sales, and (hopefully) increase the chances of winning one of those coveted golden statuettes.
As the Sochi Olympics begin to wind down, we’ve seen a change in the brand sponsors generating the strongest social engagement in the past week. Domestically, Visa has taken over for largest increase in social engagement during the past week.
With the U.S. and the Netherlands taking the lead in the Sochi medal count and Germany with the most gold medals, ice dancing and the skeleton took the gold in social popularity this week.