The AddThis tools can be added to many different kinds of pages and publishing platforms. This article will provide instructions and step-by-step tutorials for installing AddThis in your particular environment.
Check out some of our most frequently asked questions about AddThis website marketing tools.
From endless customization to regular maintenance, we break down all the reasons you should be using AddThis instead of custom social buttons.
Share counts are based off of the exact URL and unfortunately, the APIs for each of the service providers treat the protocol (http/https) as distinct URLs. Rather than showing the same count for both http and https sites, counts are different based on the exact URL and protocol (http vs https). Unfortunately, we have no … Continue reading HTTP to HTTPS: How Share Counts Are Affected
This information was updated in February 2018. 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. On any given day we see almost 2,400 … Continue reading Browser Support for Website Tools
Every Monday, we send a digest of your AddThis analytics activity straight to your inbox. The digest provides you with a recap of the performance of your site in the last week and other fun data highlights. Here is a little more information about how we get our numbers: How Your Site Performed: What do … Continue reading AddThis Analytics Weekly Email Overview
Learn about the changes to how the Facebook API works and our solution for AddThis publishers.
As of September 2017, the AddThis browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari are no longer supported.
Learn how to connect your payment service accounts to the services you’re promoting with the Website Tip Jar.
For more information about bounce rates, read 10 Ways to Lower Your Bounce Rates. What is a Bounce Rate? Your bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who arrived at your website and then left before clicking to another page. When a person visits your site and leaves without visiting any other pages in the … Continue reading Marketing 101: Bounce Rates
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