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Author Topic: God Almighty, Where Are The SHARE BUTTONS?!  (Read 710 times)
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June 19, 2011, 07:06:52 AM

Come on now people... we are experiencing a massive influx of users.

Let us use this to our advantage and place web 2.0 "share" buttons on every page of this site.

It doesn't have to intrude on anything whatsoever.

If nobody knows how, I will offer up my time to create a custom banner of the top 10 "submit your link" type sites as well as email/browser favorite saving and we could place it right up beside the title of the "Bitcoin Forum" in the top left of the page perhaps?

I could make a "Share this page" html button that opens a list of "shareable" sites when hovered over or whatever you want really...

Or there are tons of tutorials online that will help whoever is running this site set it up themselves.

Either way, it's pretty silly not to have something like that on a site such as this.

If the right person tweets or facebooks us... we could receive free advertising worth tens of thousands of dollars... and it doesn't cost us a thing.

PM me if you need me to do anything. I don't check the meta subforum often.
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June 19, 2011, 10:04:12 AM

+1 for tweet/facebook/... share button stuff on the main page.

But do we really want to advertise the bitcoin forum in the state it is in now (esp the newbies forum)?

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