How to Share your Posts on Office 365 to Social Networking Sites

As you know, social marketing has increasingly had a major impact on SEO, thus making it more important than ever to pay attention to your social networking presence is affecting your SEO.  One way in which you can increase your SEO is share your posts to social networking sites such as Facebook, Google +, Twitter, and Pinterest.  In this article, we’ll show you a fast, efficient way to share your Office 365 posts to different social networking sites.

The first thing you will need to do is to embed social buttons to the right side of the Blog tools.

To begin, open the site http://www.addthis.com

Click Sign in.


There are a number of different methods you can use to sign into the site.  This includes using an account registered in Google, Face book, or Twitter. If you do not wish to use one of these accounts, you can create a new Add This account.

After you have successfully signed in, expand the Get the Code button dropdown list and click on Share Buttons.

Next, go to Get the Code tab. In the Get sharing buttons for section, select the A Website radio button. In the Select style section, select the display style which you wish to utilize on your site.

In the right pane, click on Disable and select your own buttons hyperlink. This option allows you to add more web pages that you want to share or disable it.

Once you finished, copy and paste the code that Add This generates for you into your page. The buttons will appear wherever you place them.

Next, you will need to return to your blog site in Office 365. Under the Settings icon, click on Edit page.

Select the position where you would like to add the Web Part on your site. In this example, I have chosen to locate the Share buttons on the right side of the page.

To add the buttons, navigate to the right side of the page.  From there, click on Add a Web Part.

From the Categories Tab on ribbon, select the Media and Content folder.  Next, from Parts, select Script Editor and click on Add.

Next, in the Script Editor, click on EDIT SNIPPET.  Paste the code that you copied in from Add This and click on the Insert button and then Save page.

Your social media Share buttons will now appear on the right side of your screen.

When you click on the Share button, the post will be shared to the website that you have chosen.

For example: When I click on the Facebook button, a Facebook dialog box will be displayed with the post’s content inside it.


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