Update: As of August 17, 2018, AddThis sharing buttons will automatically request the share count numbers for the HTTP and HTTPS version of a URL from social networks that support share counts. The share count displayed with your buttons will be the sum of all share counts for a page, before and after the HTTPS switch. If you have already installed the workaround code below on … Continue reading HTTP to HTTPS: How Share Counts Are Affected
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AddThis social analytics allow you to track how, where, and by whom your content is being shared. Learn more what insights are available with AddThis.
In this article, we will explain how AddThis share counts are measured so you can understand exactly where the numbers are coming from.
Share counts displayed on your webpage are coming directly from the social network’s API, so if your button shows 0 shares, your page likely just hasn’t been shared yet. (Feel free to get the ball rolling by sharing on your own social media accounts!)
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