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Simple Share Buttons is a social media sharing plugin that allows the users to add share buttons to all of their posts and pages without much efforts. It also provides the users with an option to upload and use their own custom images.
Take social sharing to the next level with Monarch, a social media sharing plugin. Social Media is the lifeblood that keeps the internet glowing, and Social Sharing lets you harness that activity and use it as a positive force for your business. Choose from over 20 social sharing networks to display on your website. Add and arrange any number of available networks to create a custom collection of sharing options for your visitors.
Floating Sidebar: A floating sidebar is a very common, effective, and sleek way to add social sharing icons to any page on your website.
Above and/or Below Content: Perfect for blog posts and content heavy pages, Monarch allows you to place sharing buttons either above the content area, below the content area, or in both locations.
On Images & Videos: Media is arguably the most shared content on the web, and Monarch makes media sharing even easier. When users hover over media elements within your content, social sharing buttons fade in for quick and easy sharing.
Automatic Pop-Up: Monarch lets you create automatic sharing pop-ups that can be triggered by timed delays, when a user reaches the bottom of a post or page, and even upon page leave. These are incredibly effective.
Automatic Fly-In: Similar to triggered pop-ups, fly-ins are another great way to grab your readers' attention when they are most engaged. These can also be triggered by time delays, page location, or when the user's mouse is leaving the page.