Twitter Button

[socialize service='twitter']

Facebook Button

[socialize service='facebook']

Digg Button

[socialize service='digg']

Sphinn Button

[socialize service='sphinn']

Reddit Button

[socialize service='reddit']

dZone Button

[socialize service='dzone']

Stumbleupon Button

[socialize service='stumbleupon']

Twitter Button

[socialize service='twitter']

Delicious Button

[socialize service='delicious']

Buffer Button

[socialize service='buffer']

LinkedIn Button

[socialize service='linkedin']

Google+ Button

[socialize service='googleplus']

Pinterest Button

[socialize service='pinterest']

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  • MommyTechBytes

    Hi Jon, great plugin! However, I can’t figure out how to customize the call to action. I’d love to insert: If you enjoyed this post, please consider clicking the like button. But all that appears is the code itself even if I use the shortcode above. Can you clarify how to do this? And when I tried it in the custom CSS of socialize, the other buttons disappeared. The code appears in my call to action to readers in full as follows: