AddThis is a free bookmarking and sharing tool that can be added as a toolbar to your Internet Explorer or Firefox or Google Chrome browser. The AddThis toolbar allows you to share information easily on Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, Blogger, Diigo, Google Reader, Gmail, LinkedIn, Netvibes, Delicious, Google bookmarks, Technorati, and over 200 other places. You can customized the toolbar to meet your personal needs or interests.
AddThis also has bookmarklets that allow one-click sharing.

In addition, AddThis bookmarking and sharing buttons and
RSS feed buttons are available for your website and blogs.

  • Adding bookmarking and sharing buttons to your blog and websites allow readers to share information found on your blog or website easily and quickly. For example: an individual may want to share your blog post on Twitter or Facebook or they may want to bookmark the information in delicious or just add it to their bloglines or google reader. AddThis allows this to happen quickly and easily. There are many more ways to share using AddThis.
  • The RSS feed button allows an individual to add your website or blog posts to a web-based aggregator or reader such as Google Reader or Bloglines. Many people use readers or aggregators to bring all their favorite blogs and websites into one place.

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One Response to AddThis

  1. Jeff says:

    AddThis looks like a pretty cool tool. I’ll be playing with it tomorrow! Thanks for sharing!

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