ThingLink is enabling publishers to visually convey content inside ThingLink images with no special coding or programming required.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
Interactive image provider ThingLink has launched Open Graph Smart Tags, enabling publishers of newspapers, magazines and blogs to feature content as rich media tags on ThingLink interactive images. For web sites using Open Graph, ThingLink Smart Tags automatically convey a story post with a post title, image and source.
ThingLink Smart Tags enable a rich expression of links from many of the world's leading publications and blogs, including Women's Day, "O" Oprah, Time, Harper’s Bazaar, Better Homes and Gardens, Self, New York Times, Huffington Post, GigaOm, Mashable, TechCrunch, and TheNextWeb.
ThingLink CTO Janne Jalkanen said, “By introducing Open Graph Smart Tags, ThingLink is enabling publishers to visually convey links to content inside ThingLink images with no special coding or programming required."
ThingLink also enables advertisers, brands, bands, media agencies and publishers to customize branded tags with a wide variety of functionality at ThingLink.com/developer.
This image displays ThingLink Open Graph Smart Tags.
ThingLink develops tools for image interaction that allow content sharing via online images. ThingLink technology changes the way people interact with photos by transforming them into a surface for advertising, commerce, entertainment, search and social connection. Brands, publishers and bloggers utilize ThingLink in their images to share links, drive traffic, and set up image-based marketing campaigns.