How To Get The Most Out of Digg Digg

November 7th in Wordpress Plugins by .

For the past few months, I have been searching for a social sharing plugin that would make it easier for my readers on my blog to share my top stories with their friends. There are plenty of social plugins available for WordPress. Finding one that does everything you need it to do can be quite challenging. Digg Digg is a one of a kind plugin that adds social media buttons to your website and does almost everything one would look for in a social bookmarking plugin. It is not only flexible, it covers a lot of those top social networks. It’s quite dynamic too.

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Digg Digg gives you some options when it comes to adding social buttons to your website. You can choose to display your buttons before or after your posts. Digg Digg also has a floating button mode in which you can get a Mashable-like button effect on your website.

Digg Digg is developed to help you avoid tweaking your code all by yourself. You can just add your username from Twitter in the back-end to get proper attribution everytime someone tweets your stories. You can also pick and choose which networks you want to show first on your website. Just put the right number next to each social network, and you are set.

Many top social networks are supported in this plugin. You can even add Facebook Like and Delicious buttons to your posts or have them shown up in your floating box. In order to get the most out of Digg Digg, you want to make sure you adjust the position of your buttons by changing the margin information in this plugin’s back-end.

You don’t want to add every single button to your website. You are probably better off testing different settings to find out which buttons are performing the best for your website. This plugin is flexible enough to let you test only certain categories on your website.

Digg Digg is one of the best plugins in its category. It is simple to use and can be easily customized to fit your website’s needs. The developers behind this plugin seem to be working on a social bar. The future is bright for this plugin.

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