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Dear readers,

Last week we officially launched our new product at the prestigious DEMOfall 2006 conference. The event was a blast, so many new ideas and products, so many great people, but so little time. We really recommend attending or presenting at this conference.

We took the stage, like 67 other pre-selected companies did, and demoed AddThis to a crowd of tech journalists and investors. One great thing about DEMO is that is offers its presenters a level playing field. Big companies or small, all have exactly 6 minutes to present their product.

Each company also has a booth (all the same size) where they can futher demo their product or technology to attendees. A lot of people came to ours, many were very curious about AddThis.

This week we are launching our public beta. We already have several beta partners, with and among the biggest. If your company is interested in becoming a beta partner for AddThis, drop us a note.

So what is AddThis anyway?

Posted on October 5, 2006

Well in short it's the "missing button" in your browser. It's the button you always wanted in your browser. The Internet has evolved quickly over the past few years, but for some reason our browsers have remained essentially the same as they were 10 years ago.

The AddThis button is the button for collecting things you find online and for saving them where you want.

You want to save bookmarks in your browser, with, or any other service? Ok! You use Bloglines or any other service as your feed reader? Fine! You use iTunes or another service for podcats? No problem! The button helps you collect information online with a single click, and send it to your favorite bookmarking service, feed reader, wish list service, podcast service, and more.

You discover a new webiste and want to bookmark it...AddThis.
You come accros a great blog and want to subscribe to it...AddThis.
You find a cool product you want to add to your whish list...AddThis.
You find a great podcast and want to save it in your reader...AddThis.
You get the idea.

OK, what about web publishers?

For web publisher, AddThis also provides buttons for your website or blog, so your visitors can easily bookmark it, subscribe to your feeds, add your products to their wish list, get your podcats...all with one click, and regardless of what bookmarking service they use, feed reader, etc.

With these buttons on your website or blog, your visitors are much more likely to remember you and come back again and again.

And as the Web is morfing into Web2.0, a more social environment, making sure that your visitors collect your content is increasingly important for the visibility and reputation of your website or blog, it's social SEO.

Get Your AddThis Buttons!
It only takes a minutes!

Oh, and did we mention it? It's completely free!


the AddMe team


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