Floating Twitter Follow Us Badge For Blogger

Twitter is a great tool to bring quality visitors, when it comes to blogging. There are quite a lot twitting tools for blogger, to makes your blog conversations more visible. One of its kind is Twitter follow me or follow us badge. This is a floating badge for blogger blogs, may be many us could have seen in blogs. Now you can make the happen on your blogger blog. Just follow our instruction to add floating follow us badge on your blogger / blogspot blogs.

twitter follow us badge

I made the installation pretty simple by making a blogger gadget. So all you need to do is hit on the button and add it on your blog, with some slight modification.

 

 

 

twitter badge edit

After hitting Add Twitter Widget, click on Edit Content by default the twitter widget is set to float on the right side, so if you want to change, replace the text right to left in the code. Then replace the default Twitter URL with your URL. Well, all set done.

March 6, 2010. This entry was posted in Blogger, Tutorials, Twitter and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

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29 Responses so far!

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  3. I do not think I have seen this described that way before. You actually have clarified this for me. Thank you!

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  5. @Free sample – You got the point right

  6. Good job. I’m definitely going to bookmark you!

  7. @Kobe – Thanks bro

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  17. Thanks for sharing and it works for me..

  18. Thanks a lot. Works great!!

  19. Thank you, I have recently been searching for information about this topic for a long time and yours is the best I have discovered so far.

  20. Keep up the good work – for sure i will check out more posts.

  21. it’s so simple and easy to implement..
    thanks btw..

  22. Hey! Is there a Facebook and RSS version of this that can be added underneath the Twitter one? I can’t seem to find these anywhere.

  23. Great Code and thanks your for sharing! I bookmark your website! Can I change color of twitter icon image? and could you give me direction how to get to ADD WIDGET in Blogger!

    • The color of Twitter icon cannot be changed as its an image. However you can try with photo tools to achieve that.

      Adding widgets is simple, just click on Add Gadgets in Blogger > Page elements to add any gadget that you would like to show on your blog

  24. Howdy blogger, thank you for providing this article.. I found it first-class.

  25. Hi, How do we get the ‘follow me’ instead of ‘follow us’ button?

  26. Just great dude, just great!!! …. thank you for sharing

  27. I don’t even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was great. I do not know who you are but certainly you are going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already ;) Cheers!

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