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AddThis Browser Support Explained

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This post was updated on November 8, 2016.

In an effort to provide more transparency and a better experience for all of our users, we’re formalizing the list of browsers AddThis officially supports. We get over 1.9 billion users every day from 15 million websites around the globe. Therefore, we get a pretty good idea of what browsers people use. This means we have to think hard about what browsers we support and how we support them.

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Introducing Actionable Insights Email Notifications

Recently you might have noticed that not only were you getting email notifications from us informing you of increased sharing, following or engagement on your site, but now we’re giving you suggestions on what to do in order to capitalize on these spikes. We call them actionable insights. You can call them your new best friend.

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NEW: Image Overlay Options for Our Marketing Overlay

You asked and we listened. After we recently launched the ability to create Audience Targeting rules in our Marketing Tools, we got some awesome feedback – including some great success stories (think increasing email subscriptions by 10x) and some “This is changing the way I do marketing” quotes. But we also got some suggestions, and one that we heard loud and clear was the ability to add an image to the Marketing Overlay tool. So as of last week, you can now choose from the set we’ve created or add your own hosted image. Continue reading

11 Examples of Online Personalization You Love

2015 is going to be the year of online personalization. It will become commonplace for all website owners to create data-driven online experiences that are tailored to your specific interests, based on your previous actions.

Here are some examples of websites and apps that are already leveraging their data to provide personalized experiences that you’re likely using:

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The Super Bowl is Coming! Weave It Into Your Content Marketing.

Now that we’re entering the final week of playoffs to determine who’s going to the Super Bowl, most people are starting to generate buzz around not just the two teams that will be playing but also the commercials and the half time show that usually entertain the rest of American’s who do not support or care about Football. And since last years Super Bowl was the most-viewed television broadcast of any kind in American history, with 112.2 million viewers, it certainly lends itself to the kind of content you want to focus on and get your visitors to engage with. But how, you ask? Here are 4 types of content that you can share around the Superbowl even if you have NO idea who’s playing! Continue reading