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Tania Lang on her article Content Sharing and Social Networking Buttons, concluded the following based on scant research data : Ensure share buttons are subtle and contextual. Don’t include them below your H1 page heading. Give your poor users a chance to read something before they decide to share it. Shoving all the buttons in their faces is ...


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Yes, in top of title, social buttons are take a lot of attention. And you won't share information without reading content or title. 2nd place is quite heat, but not too much. I guess the place after main content is better for this buttons. (Of course if the user pattern is: read tittle > interesting > open > read > share to...). My preferred place of this ...


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After reading this article I was wondering if there could be a single winner in the case of sharing in case someone wanted to represent it abstractly and to group all the share actions as you mentioned. After some deep thinking on what sharing would look like, it does not seem to me like two children sharing a chocolate, referring to the icon where you have ...



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