The Evernote Site Memory button embeds a mini version of Evernote onto your pages. As the name suggests, the button gives your website a memory—like getting an incredibly powerful favorite function, without the implementation headaches.
Why Add the Evernote Site Memory Button to your blog?
1) It allows your users to easily bookmark your website.
There are many bookmarking services like Delicious and Instapaper that help you save and bookmark content. Now your website users can easily bookmark an article from your webiste with the Site Memory button.
2) It helps your users find and remember the great content they ALREADY found on your website.
When someone clicks the Site Memory button they can save the page but the best feature of the button is that also shows everything that user has ever clipped from your website. And this is all done without having to leave your website.
3) Evernote will help to promote your blog.
Every few weeks, Evernote will promote the most popular sites that were saved. This could help drive more traffic to your blog.
4) You can make money.
While Evernote is free, they do offer a premium account with additional features. You can earn money by joining their affiliate program. You will receive the first $10 that they collect from any of your blog readers that upgrades to Evernote premium.
3 Ways to Add Evernote’s Site Memory Button To Your Blog
1) Add the Evernote WordPress Plugin
The easiest way to integrate the Site Memory Button into your blog is to use a WordPress plugin.
WP Evernote plugin does all of the configuration for you and allows you to customize the Provider’s Name, Title Format, Suggested Notebook, Content ID to be clipped, Evernote Affiliate Code, Button Style, Clip Style, Note Signature, Note Header, and Note Footer.
2) Add a WordPress Social Sharing or Bookmarking Plugin
Several social sharing plugins support Evernote.
3) Build a button yourself
You can use Evernote’s Button Builder to design your own button if you don’t want to install a plugin on your wordpress website. You can choose the button style, specify what content should be clipped, and customize the site name that will be displayed. Then just copy the code and paste it into your blog post.
When putting a Site Memory button your blog, you get to control what part of the page is clipped, what URL is associated with the clip, and can even include heaters and footers in the clip. You can make the web clip look as good as the blog it came from.
Evernote’s Site Memory button is integrated into REbliss through the SexyBookmarks plugin. Will you integrate it into your website?