Those who know me, know I am a huge fan of Genesis Framework by Studiopress. The framework itself is simply amazing. It is a Powerhouse of sorts that encapsulates a Design, Security, and SEO foundation for your website!
But I’m not here today to talk about the framework. There are over 164,000 websites that trust Genesis Framework by Studiopress and the number increases daily! Amazing stats, right?
If you already are using Genesis, then you know how fabulous Genesis plugins are by Studiopress. There are so many out there that can make our websites that much better with little effort. Today I want to talk to you about one that is near and dear to my heart.
Genesis Simple Share
If you’re a blogger or have a business website, I pray that you have some type of social share buttons to promote your site. There are plugins that are:
- Premium (at a cost)
Other than the Share application from Jetpack, which most don’t like because they believe it to be a resource hog, Genesis Simple Share is McDreamy!
In order to show you how easy it is to set up, after Installation of the Plugin that is, I’ve created this simple graphic.
How easy was that?
Let’s look at more of the features:
- Easy drag and drop to change the icons
- You choose which post types Genesis Simple Share should be active on
- You choose where the icons should be displayed on your posts: Top, Bottom, Both
- The ability to add your Twitter @UserName when sharing your post via Twitter
- The ability to add an URL to an image for use as your default site image
Well, if you had any difficulties with the install or setup, feel free to Contact Me and I can help walk you through it (pro bono of course).
If you want to see how the share buttons work in action, feel free to scan below this article to my Genesis Simple Share icons and take them for a test drive! Of course, I’ll definitely appreciate it!
Genesis Framework Series
Because I believe so highly of the Genesis Framework by Studiopress and all it has to offer, I will be bringing you a series of articles on:
- How to get started after you purchased your Genesis Framework.
- The flexibility of Customizing your Child Theme
- Plugin’s that make your life easier
This is a platform that I know and trust and would not recommend to you if I didn’t approve of it.
If you’re not using Genesis Framework
Over to you
How many of you are already using Genesis Framework and if so, how much do you love it? If you’re not using Genesis Framework by Studiopress, how likely are you to click the image above to find out more?
I’d love to hear from you.