Tuesday, 24 November 2009
It Hides Your Email & Shares Your Social Profiles
If you are concerned about publishing your email address on your website or blog for spammers to find, you should try our new free Contact Button.
The Contact Button enables you to hide your email address and share all your social media profiles in one discreet widget.
You can find demonstration buttons on each of the following sites - Blogger, Typepad, Tumblr, WordPress and MySpace.
You no longer have to write your email address as robert (at) gmail.com to stop the spammers from either automatically or manually harvesting it. It simply disappears into this button where it’s encoded so no one can see it.
The Contact Button has a graceful dropdown which opens on rollover to display an email icon and your social profiles – should you include any. If a visitor clicks the “Email Me” icon, the email form opens on the same webpage - so the visitor stays on your site. The Button fits neatly into either the Sidebar on a blog, or can be automatically inserted at the end of each post. Visitor’s messages go direct to your regular email account.
The Contact Button text is customisable – the default is “Contact Me” and a range of icons to show what you have loaded your button with (either email or social profiles or both) and these can be altered to suit the users needs.
Sharing Your Social Media Profiles
How many “Social Profiles” have you got? How do you want people to find them?
Sharing Your Social Media profiles with your website / blog visitors has never been easier, without you cluttering up your sidebar with lots of links.
Your social profiles appear on the dropdown and open in a new window when clicked, so that any visitor doesn’t immediately and unintentionally leave your site. You can also list all your means of IM and VOIP contact, so that your visitors can chose the most convenient means of contacting you. There is even a “More” link which opens in a separate scrollable frame, just in case you have more than 9 profiles. With over 160 social networks supported, the Contact Button plugin is now one of the most extensive profile sharing tools available.
All you have to do to automatically update the information on your button in real time, is to update your stored information on WWB. So when you change your email address or add profiles, you don’t ever have to reload the button code.
Installation on any website is made simple with easy visual instructions displayed in a range of Button Installation Visual Guides.
The button supports over 160 social media sites including:-
Blogger Classmates Digg Facebook Flickr LinkedIn LiveJournal MySpace StumbleUpon Tumblr Twitter Typepad Yahoo YouTube Wikipedia Wordpress