The awesome folks makers of AddThis, recently made the exciting announcement that their WordPress Share Buttons Plugin is now compatible with the official AMP Plugin for WordPress!
AddThis users who have share buttons installed via their WordPress plugin can now have the ability to setup Inline or Floating Share Buttons on their WordPress AMP pages within the AddThis plugin.
AMP enables web experiences that are consistently fast, beautiful, and high-performing across distribution platforms. The integrated WordPress Share Buttons Plugin makes it easy for your visitors to share content to 200+ social media channels.
The Smart Sorting feature creates a personalized experience for your users and displays the social networks they use most often and most recently as the first options for sharing.
To install the plugin, visit the WordPress Share Buttons Plugin page, download the plugin for free, and follow the instructions to setup your tools.
If you have any questions or feedback about our Share Buttons, please contact their 24/7 support team at firstname.lastname@example.org!
This is a very good feature addition. I used this plugin along with Newspaper theme and I must say this is the fastest AMP WordPress plugin. My score in Google Page speed is above 90 just because of this plugin
Hello team amp for wp.
How can I add sticky social share button on amp page.
Have you tried using AddThis, or any of the other AMP compatible social sharing plugins? Alternatively you could use the amp-social-share component:
Hi, As a developer, I see these buttons popping up very late on Amp. Sometimes the shape and size also differs alot.
Can we use some kind of manual coding to correct this?
Thanks for your feedback, AMP prioritizes the content for the users and the share buttons it will be included later. But if you have any suggestion, open an issue on the project GitHub suggesting an improvement: https://github.com/ampproject/amp-wp/issues
Hello, I run an affiliate marketing blog that I created using Elementor. So, my question was should I use this AMP or not I know my website is heavy and it already loads slowly even on good hosting. I am really confused please help me make my decision.
AMP is a set of components that helps the loading process on the front-end side, if you are having issues with response time from your server, the best scenario is investigate out is causing the problem on the server site.
About elementor, it is not fully compatible with AMP. Some plugins fix some issues with Elementor, but won’t be 100%