TOCWOC Reader Tools: Sharing Posts Is Sexy!

by Brett Schulte on May 30, 2009 · 0 comments

Note: This post is one of a series on TOCWOC Reader Tools,  tools which allow you the reader to better navigate through what is a rapidly growing blog to find/do exactly what you came here for.

Another recent plugin I’ve installed here at TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog is the SexyBookmarks WordPress Plugin, which allows you the reader to share TOCWOC blog entries with the world via Social Networking sites such as StumbleUpon, Twitter, and Facebook or via email, bookmark blog entries at sites such as Google Bookmarks or Delicious, and even subscribe to the comment feed for a particular post.

SexyBookmarks WordPress Plugin

As you can see at the top of this post and in the image immediately preceding this paragraph, half hidden icons for various sharing methods appear.  When you mouse over one of the icons, it “pops up” like the StumbleUpon logo in the sample image above.  Left click on these icons to share TOCWOC blog entries with your friends.  As of this writing, TOCWOC currently uses the following (in order in the image above):

  • StumbleUpon
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Delicious
  • Technorati
  • Email a Friend
  • Subscribe to this Post’s Comments Feed

I encourage TOCWOC readers to sign up for these Social Media and Bookmarking services.  Don’t be shy about helping us to promote TOCWOC if you like the job we do here!

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