BlogHer Add-ons for Firefox

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Do you want an easy to way to keep up with all of the new content on BlogHer.com? Do you use Firefox? If you've answered yes to both of those questions, then I've got some really great news for you. Two brand new BlogHer add-ons for Firefox have launched! We've got an awesome tool bar that let's you access your personal account, all of the most recent content and even Chatter right from your browser's toolbar. And, there's a new BlogHer search add-on that lets you search BlogHer from your browser, too. Here's how they work:

Toolbar Add-on

This is what the toolbar add-on looks like when you aren't logged in. You can click the log in button on the toolbar to log into BlogHer.com.

firefox add-on

And then it looks like this.

Firefox add-on

You can access all of your My BlogHer features right from the toolbar, once you've logged in.

Firefox add-on

You can share any page you're surfing to BlogHer Chatter, Twitter, Facebook and email, from the toolbar.

firefox add-on

The Settings option allows you to choose which BlogHer topics and features notify you of new content.

firefox add-on

The Topics menu provides you with links to all of the main BlogHer topics, with a Mark All Read feature.

firefox add-on

The Updates menu provides you with links to many of the major BlogHer features so you can keep up to date on conferences, exclusive offers, HerNetwork listings, BlogHer Voice of the Week and community posts.

firefox add-on

You can even Chatter right from the toolbar - and if you've created a connection between BlogHer Chatter and Twitter, your Chatters will go directly to Twitter, too.

firefox add-on

BlogHer Search Add-on

You can install a BlogHer search add-on that will allow you to search BlogHer from the search menu on your toolbar. Here's what that looks like.

firefox search add-on

Install the add-ons and come back and tell us what you think!

~Denise
BlogHer Community Manager Life. Flow. Fluctuate.

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