If you’re ever visiting in Utah (or live there), you’ll want to check out the neat things the St. George & Zion National Park have in store for tourists. Their website, AtoZion.com, is wonderfully structured to give visitors a taste of the unique experience they’d have when visiting the park in their next vacation. Continue reading →
Website owners are always looking for ways to bring in new visitors, keep them on their website, and turn them into fans or followers. That’s why AddThis designs tools to help publishers reach those goals.
Content recommendation widgets are popular because they can help drive traffic and pageviews for websites, and AddThis Pro’s content recommendation tools use specific techniques to get a 50%+ higher clickthrough rate over our free tools. Here are the challenges the tools help any content publisher solve, including increasing engagement and reducing bounce rate, among others.
Not all your content is created equal. Most blogs and sites have pages that are necessary for the functionality of the site, like category and author pages on your blog. Although they may be viewed a lot by your visitors, it may not be a page you want your content recommendation widgets showing your visitors. Does this sound familiar? Continue reading →
When you design a mobile version of your website or create a responsive design that adjusts to different screen sizes, chances are that not all your widgets will work well with your new design. And then you have to go through and restyle them for every screen size in your theme. Unless you have AddThis’ mobile-friendly widgets. Continue reading →
For a number of years, Merchtable has been using free AddThis tools to increase sharing across all of their online stores. When they wanted to take it further, they upgraded to AddThis Pro for its advanced content recommendations to show visitors related products that they might be interested in. The result was very pleasing.
Like most website owners, you’re probably noticing that you’re getting more and more traffic from mobile devices, like smartphones and tablets. And to help all those mobile users share your content, we just launched a new mobile sharing toolbar for AddThis Pro users. 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.