How To Add Attractive Social Share Buttons To Blog Images?

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When you create high-quality contents on your blog for your readers then your readers will love your blog & its content but if you place some attractive social share buttons to your blog images then there are chances your visitors to share your contents on different social sites that can in a return bring you a massive amount of targeted traffic.

Adding social share buttons on images is the best way & best place to get social engagements as it won’t hurt your visitor’s experience & if they hover a mouse on the image, there social share buttons/icons will come up which they can use to like/share your posts & pages with their friends.

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AddThis is the best free tool that allows you to easily add social media sharing buttons, social following buttons, email list building form & related posts widgets to your blog by pasting just a single line of code.

Adding Share Buttons To Blog & Images Using AddThis:

Follow these easy steps to know how to do that.

1:- Addthis is a free of cost tool. So visit AddThis.com & create an account there & then log into your dashboard.

2:- Create a new profile in your addthis.com accout.

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3:- Once your profile is made, now go to Tools & click on Add a New Tool.

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4:- Choose Share Buttons & then select Image Sharing & then click Continue.

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5:- Customize the design, position & choose social networks & then click on Save & Continue.

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6:- In this last step, you’ll need to paste the script on your blog that you want to show the sharing buttons on. So copy the script & paste it above the </body> tag or below the <body>.

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Once it is done, the AddThis.com tool will completely be activated on your blog & then you’ll be able to use lots of things on your blog such as Social sharing, Followers icons, Related posts & can add email building form without pasting more scripts on your blog as the first script you have added will work for all.

If you’re on a WordPress blog then you can also download & install the AddThis.com official plugin or simply paste one line of code to your theme HTML Code.

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