Everywhere you look, people are talking about “mobile.”
Mobile-first design, mobile responsive design, mobile apps, mobile sites, etc.
“Mobile” is clearly a handy buzzword for all of the new devices, but…
What does “mobile” actually mean?
On the go?
A small screen?
A touch screen?
Unfortunately, the term “mobile” is used to describe many different things. Continue →
In the latest round of product updates, we’ve got new plugins and modules in store for Joomla users. You can also get follow buttons for your Joomla page!
Click here to download the sharing tools.
We’ve received some questions lately from folks whose AddThis buttons seem to have disappeared. Naturally, this would be really disconcerting, so here are a few things that you can look into to calm your nerves!
On Monday, around 1PM Pacific Time, Facebook had an issue with their comments and the counter for their Facebook Like button that made it appear for many people–including TechCrunch–that they had lost all their Facebook Likes.
Unfortunately, this was out of our hands since the problem happened on Facebook’s end. But I thought this would be a good time to explain how counter values work, and where those values are stored. Continue →
[Update 4/25: We updated the links in this blog post to get you to the latest Support FAQ on the upgrade.]
We upgraded our sharing tool last fall, with a slick new interface which boosted sharing performance, and made it easier to use.
The new version of the AddThis boasts a sleek one-column design, enhanced email sharing, and personalization to show the services you use the most. Check out the picture below.
Today, we are happy to offer the new Find Profiles feature to help you with creating AddThis Follow buttons.
The Find Profiles feature helps you find all of your Twitter and Facebook profiles (usernames and pages), and then allows you to select which profile(s) to use for your follow buttons. Continue →
The 2013 Academy Awards will be remembered for Jennifer Lawrence, the number of men with beards, Life of Pi, the relative brevity of the show (3 hours and 35 minutes, well short of the 2002 record of 4 hours of 23 minutes), and Seth MacFarlane’s relatively benign monologue and hosting. Continue →
Did you watch the Grammys this weekend? From debut performances to Hunger Games like costuming, the program was as much a string of concerts as awards show. As usual, we took a look at what was happening across the web during the show. Humor me while I geek out for a moment, because this is super interesting. First, some overall social trends: Continue →