It’s a big day here at AddThis! Not only do all of our users get access to a new dashboard that makes it easier than ever to manage your website tools, we have new widgets and features designed to help you grow your traffic. Let’s take a look at what they are!
Today marks another milestone in the evolution of AddThis. When you sign in today, many of you will notice a brand new dashboard that has something for everyone. Previously we had two different dashboards: one for free users and one for our Pro customers. Continue reading
From Outbrain to Taboola and now AddThis––the great thing about content-based recommendation tools is that you have lots of great options and don’t have to limit your site to just one. Although they all recommend content, they each work differently, and have unique capabilities and algorithms for you to consider.
If you already have a previous version of AddThis tools on your website, upgrading your account to AddThis Pro is easy.
Now that Hydra is open source we can start to talk about how to use it for common data processing tasks. In this post we will answer several questions about log files generated using Log-Synth. The Log-Synth files we will be using for this post have four columns:
I’m excited to announce that our team has updated our product icons to the a new flat and minimal style! The new icons are modern, vibrant, and will elevate the design of any website—including yours!
Note: As of March 2018, the Smart Layers WordPress Plugin is no longer available for download. If you already have it installed, it will continue to work per usual. To check out and install our supported WordPress plugins, click here.
We’ve been listening to your feedback about how to improve Smart Layers since it launched this summer. At the top of the list of requests from our users was an easier way to install Smart Layers on their Blogger/Joomla/Wordpress sites. And we heard you. I am happy to say we are now providing Smart Layers as a plugin for Blogger, WordPress, and Joomla.
This morning, AddThis released the Emergency Warning Smart Layer project to our Labs pages. As we discussed in a previous post, this was a multi-partner collaboration that culminated in the successful completion of the code at our Hackathon last week.