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How (and Where) to Add Social Media Buttons to Your Site for More Engagement
With social shares on content down 50 percent since 2015, it’s feeling like a lost cause to even consider social media in your content plan.
And we’ve all heard the age-old “social sharing buttons are dead” statements.
Here is how and where to add social buttons to your site for maximum social engagement.
By Brad Smith
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