Today we installed the Meebo Bar WordPress Plugin on this site.
If you look at the screenshot below you’ll see it adds a “bar” along the bottom with several social and sharing functions…
Hovering the “Share Page” button on the bar allows visitors to your site to quickly share the page…
We also setup the ability for visitors to ask us questions when they are on the site. If you are reading something and have a question about it – just ask us! We’ll try to get back to you right away.
We also added the RSS, Twitter, Facebook, and StumbleUpon buttons using the easy configuration tool provided by Meebo. The RSS button pulls the latest from our RSS feed. The Twitter button pulls our latest tweets. The Facebook Button shows off our fan page widget. And the StumbleUpon button lets you share it to the SU network.
If you have any questions about the Meebo bar and integrating it into your website, jump into our forums or leave us a comment here.
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