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Ryan Malesevich's Blog:
WP Plugins WP-Notable
August 22, 2006 @ 15:18:36

Ryan Malesevich continues his series looking at some of the WordPress plugins he's foun duseful in his development work. This time he looks at a feature to make it easier for people to submit your post to the popular social networking sites of today (such as digg, furl, del.icio.us, etc) - WP-Notable.

What WP-Notable does is it allows you to include icons and links to where users can submit your site to the different websites, 15 of them to be exact. The 15 are: del.icio.us, digg, spurl, wists, simpy, newsvine, blinklist, furl, reddit, fark, blogmarks, yahoo, smarkling, magnolia, and segnalo.

I'll be honest, most of those I have never heard of, but it can't hurt to have those options to your visitors who have heard of them and are using it. To see an example of WP-Notable in work, just go to any article and underneath it you'll see the 15 icons with shortcuts to submit that article to those services.

The installation of the plugin is as simple as uploading and activiating, and Ryan includes a sample usage to integrate into your page.

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