LoveClaw Website Emotion Tool To Increase Social Signals Now Available by Chris Munch

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Lots of website owners are looking for ways to have their contents go viral. LoveClaw is a new social plugin tool with more details at

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Lots of website owners are looking for ways to have their contents go viral. LoveClaw is a customizable social plugin. It operates on the psychological and emotional side of a website's followers. It puts a series of buttons on the pages and posts that encourage the readers to interact and distribute the content of the website all across Facebook or other social media platforms. More details can be found at

The tool is successful in getting the readers emotionally involved and invites them to leave a social vote. When readers click on their chosen button, they can share it on Facebook where it can go viral. In the event they choose not to share the content on Facebook, the site still receives the vote that appears next to the button on the site. This is one of the features of the plugin. It enhances the content of the website to every visitor because of the emotional votes to set the site apart from mediocre sites.

Chris Munch, the designer of this plugin, performed extensive testing on LoveClaw’s social aspects in comparison to the “like” button on Facebook. They tested numerous blogs and websites to uncover the results. The outcome was that the buttons were 300% more effective than the like button on Facebook when it came to getting people involved and sharing engaging contents with others.

The tool is also not limited to only one platform, as it works for either wordpress or non-wordpress sites. It employs a basic JavaScript interface that makes this possible. Chris and his team are also currently offering lifetime access for one week of the LoveClaw plugin. A special bonus and a personal invitation to the exclusive Traffic Training Seminar, where Chris unveils his own method to bring in over 1000 new visitors to a website in only seven days, are also available.

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