We’ve just added support for Blogger Beta. If you are using Google’s Blogger Beta for your blog, you can now add our bookmarking button on all your posts (past and future). All you need to do is add this code once to your template, and you are done.
If you are using FeedBurner to manage your feed, you can now easily add the “Add This!” FeedFlare to it. This will automatically add an “Add This!” link below each post (see image below).
Here is the URL of the FeedFlare. Copy it and paste it into your FeedBurner->Optimize->FeedFlare->Personal Flare box, and press “Add New Flare”. Then, check the two checkboxes next to the new entry, and hit “Save” at the bottom of the page.
And if you have a TypePad blog and you’ve decided to connect it to FeedBurner, the “Add This!” link will also show up in your blog.
Note: You don’t have to have Feedburner to include the “Add This!” link or “Add This!” button into your TypePad blog. You can also do it this way.
Here is a powerful proof that AddThis simply works. Thanks to our button (and those of you using it, of course), today AddThis was listed on the Del.icio.us Popular page, [update: and the hot list, on main page] sending us a lot of traffic.
To make sure this is not just a coincidence, we looked at our AddThis Statistics tool, and sure enough, we observed a significant increase in the use of our button for bookmarking our website to Del.icio.us within the past 24 hours.
This is way overdue, but we finally found some time to develop them. We now also provide social bookmarking buttons that you can include in all your blog posts. This will make it easy for your readers to quickly bookmark a story from your blog (and promote it to the social bookmarking services). For an example of the buttons, look right below this post.
To get your button, go here. What you need to do is include the code we provide into the template of your blog. When you do that, it will automatically add the AddThis bookmarking button in all your posts (past and future). We support TypePad and MovableType, Blogger, and WordPress. More platforms will also be supported soon.
It’s easy to add the button to Blogger and WordPress. With TypePad it’s a little bit trickier. If you have TypePad and use their ‘Basic Template’, you first need to convert it into an ‘Advanced Template’. If you need help you can always contact TypePad Support; tell them that you want to add the AddThis social bookmarking button at the bottom of your blog posts. They will be able to help you.
On another note, if you haven’t noticed, we also recently added a ‘Demo Area’ to the AddThis website. This area shows some examples of websites and blogs that have included our buttons. Take a look!
Add This is really taking off. Everybody love our buttons. This is very encouraging. By the way, if you find a bug or would like to make suggestions for new features, remember, there is a form for it. We keep hearing great things about our buttons. If you don’t like something about them, please let us know, we want to hear that too. Here is the form again.
Have a great social day!
â€œEstablished in 1999, HitsLink is a leading online service to track hundreds of real-time website statistics. Easy to implement, simply paste a small tracking script on your site’s pages and start viewing reports within seconds. HitsLink is provided in two versions: HitsLink Entreprise and HitsLink Professional.â€ HitsLink.com
AddThis is very pleased to announce a partnership with HitsLinks.com. We are looking forward to a long and fructuous relationship with this great website statistics service.
Rohit Bhargava of Ogilvy Public Relations is being credited with coining the term “Social Media Optimization”. Here is what Rohit says about AddThis:
“As the growth of personal media and blogs in particular continues to explode online, every blogger will need smart tools to help optimize their sites for social media.Â AddThis.com offers some of the best tools I have seen for helping to optimize your blog by quickly creating and integrating buttons for RSS feeds and social bookmarking sites.”
Rohit has also added the AddThis buttons on his blog. Read about Rohit’s 5 Rules of Social Media Optimization.
Thanks a lot, Rohit!
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Last week we officially launched our new product AddThis.com at the prestigious DEMOfall 2006 conference. The event was a blast, so many new ideas and products, so many great people, and so much attention. We really recommend attending or presenting at this conference.We took the stage, like 67 other pre-selected companies did, and demoed AddThis to a crowd of tech journalists and investors. One great thing about DEMO is that is offers its presenters a level playing field. Big companies or small, all have exactly 6 minutes to present their product.
Each company also has a booth (all the same size) where they can futher demo their product or technology to attendees. A lot of people came to ours, many were very curious about AddThis.
This week we are launching our public beta. We already have several beta partners, with Globat.com and TemplateMonster.com among the biggest. If your company is interested in becoming a beta partner for AddThis, drop us a note.
We wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have participated in our private beta. Your feedback played a key role in the launch of AddThis.
Add Me, the popular Internet marketing company, today unveiled its new product AddThis.com at the prestigious DEMOfall 2006 conference in San Diego, California. Add Me also announced the launch of the AddThis.com public beta, which will begin in October 2006.
We are very excited to announce that AddMe has been selected to present at the prestigious DEMOfall conference. DEMOfall 2006, an emerging technology launch platform, will take place in San Diego, California, from September 25 to 27. The new product, AddThis.com, will make it easier for web publishers to distribute content and web users to collect it. “AddThis.com is a clever service that could well change the way people bookmark Websites and subscribe to feeds,” Said Chris Shipley, executive producer of DEMOfall.