Posts Tagged ‘buttons’

Google Buzz Buttons

April 13th, 2010

Today Google announced the official Google Buzz Buttons for your website. This is great! Because up until now, all Buzz buttons were tied directly into your Google Reader account.

We’ve seen lots of people using Google Buzz to share interesting links from around the web. To do so, you had to copy and paste the link from one browser window to another — there weren’t buttons that made it easy to post to Google Buzz without leaving the site you’re on. Savvy sites like Mashable and TechCrunch quickly got creative and implemented their own Buzz buttons, using Google Reader as the backend. But not every site owner should have to hack together their own version of these buttons (and not everyone who uses Buzz also uses Reader), so this morning we’re making copy-and-paste Buzz buttons available for anyone to use.

Well…here they are…in their entirety.

I really think its great that there is now a “Follow Me” Buzz button. I know there have been others…but there is nothing like an “Official” widget to set things right!

You can get your Official Google Buzz Buttons at: http://www.google.com/buzz/stuff

You can read the entire Google Buzz Button post at the Gmail Blog: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2010/04/google-buzz-buttons.html

rebuzzthis buttons and the rebuzzthis meme

March 31st, 2010

rebuzzthis.com gives blog writers a simple solution to adding some Google Buzz functionality to their posts. In the process, the rebuzzed posts also get added to the rebuzzthis meme located a rebuzzthis.com

rebuzzthis.com claims that in the 25 or so days that they have been in operation, 800,000 rebuzzthis buttons have been served. (this metric comes from the rebuzzthis advertising page)

Advertise on RebuzzThis

RebuzzThis is a brand new service that allows webmasters to create Google Buzz buttons that they can easily paste on their site. Every time a link/page is shared, it is added and counted on the front page.

Ads are 125×125 and are placed in the right sidebar. Right now, ads are running for $20.00/month and long term contracts can be made with discounts. As of right now, traffic details aren’t too detailed since we just launched on March 05, but we can say that since launch, ~800,000 buttons have been served.

To inquiry about an ad opening or just have a question, send us an email at ([email protected]) or through the form below:

They do offer some attractive “rebuzz” buttons and the button setup is dead simple.

    1. pick your button style
    2. choose your platform (WordPress, Blogger or straight HTML)
    3. Copy your code (only works for HTML and somewhat for Blogger. WordPress requires a plugin to be installed)

The rebuzzthis button at the top of this post is real…give it a try! (you need to be signed into Google for it to work)

Check out all the rebuzzthis buttons here: http://www.rebuzzthis.com/get_button.php

TwitterButtons:A Gallery Of Twitter “Follow Me” Badges

January 3rd, 2009

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I have posted about many many Twitter Active Badge Generators before. but not many Twitter “Follow Me” Badge Generators. so Twitter Buttons just fits the bill perfectly to fill out that void. it is actually wrong of me to call it a Generator since the only thing it “generates” is the html code for the Badges one you enter your Twitter Username into the page.

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Once you have set your username you are ready to go. you have the copy and paste code for whatever badge you choose from at the moment 50 different ones. they have several styles just like the ones i put here as example:

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So check them out and see if anyone of those catches your fancy.

TwitterButtons

TweetBars: Twitter Status Active Signature Badges

December 16th, 2008

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Tweetbars is a simple web utility to generate Twitter Status Active Signature Badges. these badges are little bars. and are served to you in BBcode, HTML and as a Direct URL . so you should be able to use it in forums,websites, emails and Social Network Profiles without any hassle.

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The service is extremely simple and given the focus and the execution. it don`t needs to be anything more. they come in twitter blue and that is set in stone as the way to make them easily to  ID what is its use. you only put your Twitter username and you get a preview of your tweetbar and the codes ready to go.

TweetBars

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