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3 Great Social Sharing Modules for Drupal

Share This

Share This Social Sharing

Important Features:

  • Registration required
  • Various display options
  • Customizable
  • Adapts to visitor’s sharing habits
  • Supports sharing via email
  • Provides analytics
  • Available for Drupal 6 as well as Drupal 7

Click here to go to the Drupal Project

Add To Any

Add To Any Social Sharing

Important Features:

  • No registration required
  • Various display options
  • Customizable
  • Adapts to visitor’s sharing habits
  • Support sharing via email
  • Supports browser bookmarking
  • Available for Drupal 5, 6 and 7

Click here to go to the Drupal Project

Add This

Add This Social Sharing

Important Features:

  • Registration required
  • Various display options
  • Customizable
  • Support sharing via email
  • Supports printing
  • Provides analytics
  • Available for Drupal 6 and 7

Click here to go to the Drupal Project

 

Social Sharing Modules/Widgets

What Are Social Sharing Modules/Widgets?

These are modules/widgets that let visitors share your website’s content with their friends by means of email, Twitter, Facebook, Del.icio and much more. It’s a great way of tapping into the ever growing Social Media Network.

Why Make Use of Social Sharing Modules/Widgets?

  • Increase traffic: When visitors share they make that link public and this drives more traffic to your site.
  • Engage your audience: Social sharing gives visitors a great way to interact with your website as well as with each other.
  • Promote your website’s content: sharing extends your content’s reach and exposes your content to new audiences, visitors and possible customers.
  • Create backlinks: When your content is shares a link is created back to your website from where the content was shared. This is good for SEO.
  • Keep visitors on your site: These modules alow visitors to share content without ever leaving your site.

3 Examples of Social Sharing Modules/Widgets:

 

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SEO Tip #2: Know your backlinks

Page Rank is determined by something called backlinks. Backlinks are, simply put, the number of links going back to your website from other websites on the internet. There is no doubt that this is one of the most important factors in SEO today. You need to actively pursue getting more quality backlinks if you plan to succeed with SEO. Luckily, there are hundreds of ways to get more backlinks.

However, the more important question is, how do you know how many backlinks you have? There is no way to know for sure. Some search engines might have indexed a bigger portion of the websites out there than another search engine, for example. The trick is to choose one method and then stick to that method when comparing metrics across different sites.

We recommend: Open Site Explorer

OpenSiteExplorer.org will allow you to easily enter any website adress and see exactly how many backlinks they have and where these backlinks are located. Very useful, very fast and a great way to check and compare many of your sites consistently. It's also very useful to see how many links your competitors have, and more importantly, where their links are showing up.

 

Is an e-mail legally binding?

Laws vary from place to place, so in order to know for sure, you will have to contact authorities in your area. However the general consensus would no doubtedly be yes. Reason being, an e-mail that blatantly states that you will do something in return for something else, is a legal agreement.

Even though laws differ, the general principles remain the same: "if two parties enter into an agreement with their eyes wide open, and if the agreement is not egregiously unfair, and if both parties are competent and both parties have signified their understanding and acceptance of the terms", then you have a legal agreement.

A legal agreement, simply put, means that if one party agrees to doing something in return for something else, both parties are obligated to fulfil their duties. The problem usually arises when one party doesn't.

Bottom Line:

Yes, e-mails will most probably be legally binding in your country. However, if we can advise you, rather get a proper contract in place for big projects. We use contracts and it really does make a difference, even if its just for clarity on things you wouldn't normally have thought of.

 
 
 

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