AddThis makes social media sharing simple. Their tools are easy to integrate onto your blog — WordPress users can use their plug-in. Once AddThis is on your site, you can customize how it works on your blog. AddThis has gorgeous content sharing buttons, but it’s more than that — create custom messages to increase your subscribers and make it easy for your readers to follow your blog and social media profiles. AddThis can even show readers more of your hottest content.
AddToAny lets you add share buttons to your blog that can be used to universally share your content. The universal sharing platform gives your readers to share your content over a wide variety of social media platforms. The clear, mobile-friendly share buttons are easily accessed with the swipe of a finger — and when the sharing experience is easier for your readers, your content gets better views.
ShareThis provides social sharing buttons for your blog — but what’s within the buttons has potential to increase your blog’s traffic and engagement as well. The codes for the ShareThis social media sharing widgets are free — and installing the code on your blog is simple, even if you aren’t someone who works well with the word “code.” Once installed, ShareThis tracks your sharing and shows you how your blog is performing in comparison to other blogs in the network. Learn about the SQI — social quality index — and how it can help your blog traffic.
Pinterest Pin It Button makes it so much easier for your readers to pin your content. Pinterest can generate a lot of traffic, and if you’re working to leverage Pinterest traffic, readers need to be able to pin from your blog without jumping through hoops. The Pinterest Pin It Button is available in two versions — Lite and Pro. If you’re just starting to experiment with which types of posts are “pin-able,” the Lite version has a variety of features. The Pro version features especially great touches, like a Pin It Button that appears when readers hover over each image — encouraging pinning.