Puts Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google, Pinterest, and more share buttons above/below your posts. And automate social user growth with ReadyGraph.
After installing, I had to reset the plugin options. Then everything worked, and it looks good as well. Kudos to the developer.
A nice plugin, very simple and "low Kb" consuming.
I didn't put 5 stars because there is still a detail to be solved to me, and I'm not the first as far as I can see in the support:
When first using the plugin, all the options do not display in the settings panel. It has to be refreshed cliking on the "reset to default..." at the bottom of the screen.
But once this solved: it's exactly what I was looking for!
I've been using this plugin for a while and always been very happy with it. For the first time had a problem and needed support, and got an answer within an hour of posting. Impressive!
I was looking for a simple sharing custom type plugin.
I tested many but nobody satisfied me for many reasons first of all I wanted the plugin working with my cart product post type.
When almost I gave it up and using a common share or addAny plugin I came across this plugin. It had a little bug but the support was very quickly and fantastic in finding a solution to fix the problem in a matter of hours.
Thanks again, I suggest you give a try to this plugin if you are in search of a simple but functional social sharing plugin.
simple interface - drag & drop, adjust with width
flexible - use of shortcodes or php
fast - loads fast and fast reply from support
and its FREE!
I've had some issues with the Pinterest buttons but the other ones seem to work ok and updates the number of shares to facebook,twitter, etc without using the buttons.
Most other plug ins are a pain in the arse to get working - this one isn't!
This plugin is easy to set up and looks good but it has a few issues that make it unusable.
The main problem is the slow loading time, and it caused parts of my site to stall while loading.
Also, the template tag doesn't check that the plugin's installed, so if you deactivate the plugin temporarily, your pages won't load beyond that point.
This would be an awesome plugin if the facebook like button worked with my child theme of 2012 on 3.5.1. Currently the div that contains the facebook post data pops under another div.