How To Add Retweet and Facebook Buttons To PDF

How many EBooks have you seen that contain a Retweet or Facebook Share buttons?

If you’re like me, you haven’t seen too many. What a missed opportunity, dont you think?

In this video I show you how to add Retweet and Facebook Share button, as well as a fancy “Follow me on Twitter” link inside your Ebook or any PDF document.

This will enable your readership to quickly and easily share your eBook or PDF file with their Twitter and/or Facebook friends.


Dino Dogan

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  • Michele Welch

    Awesome tutorial Dino! I wish I had seen this a month ago. I created a substantial ebook where I was able to use a share on Twitter link (using, however, could not for the life of me figure out how to do the facebook one! Now I know. 😉 Thanks so much!

    • Dino Dogan

      You are welcome…and its never too late…slap that Facebook share on that ebook 🙂

      • Michele Welch

        The pdf has already been published for 2 weeks… but I guess I could. Hey, maybe I will! 😉

        Thanks again Dino!

        • Dino Dogan

          Go for totally have my permission lol Call it 2nd Edition 🙂

  • Jen Lapietro

    Hi Dino. Great article on “How to Add Retweet and Facebook buttons to PDF”. Plan to use it a lot.

    • Dino Dogan

      Excellent. Im glad you get a lot of millage out of it.

  • Jacqueline Stone

    This is a great tutorial with a lot of uses. Not just ebooks, but free reports, newsletters, press releases, etc. I’m passing this one on!

    • Dino Dogan

      Im glad you found this useful Jacqueline. Rock on 🙂

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  • Leon Widrich

    Dude, I was looking for that so many times already! Never found anything. Cheers! (and great you tweet your old posts every now and then 😉

    • Dino Dogan

      Tweet Old Post plugin for WP…awesome plugin, saves me so much time and pulls in a ton of traffic. Plus its really useful since people use Twitter as a drive-by platform.

      Can we set up a skype conf (Joel Dan yourself and I), maybe this weekend …will need 30 minutes of your time…lemme know what works for you guys 🙂

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  • melaniekissell

    SUPER COOL video tutorial, Dino — thank you!!

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    I believe you are not human. You are a machine. You never sleep. You just keep pumping out the awesome….not only the video, but the comment below about Old Post Plugin for WP.

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  • Anonymous

    You’re my favorite person in the world for making this video. Thank you soooo much!

    • Dino Dogan

      oh sweet, dude…glad you liked it 🙂

  • RussHoughton

    @dino_dogan Awesome Post dood. I was building an In Design document which I want to convert to PDF, and I wondered if I could add FB, Twitter and Google+ to my document. I am still not sure about google+, but you made the other two look like a walk in the park. Thanks!

    • dino_dogan

      oooh…thats a good question. Maybe I’ll do a post about that next 🙂 @RussHoughton @dino_dogan

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  • Cheryl Norman-author

    What a good idea! I’m bookmarking this for future reference.

  • Lennard Sigling

    Hi i just downloaded the trial version but i dont find the tools section in there. Any info if they have changed that?

  • Francisco Meza

    I just wanted to say thanks for the video. It helped me in the right direction. The only thing was that I inserted the link in Word, not in Adobe PDF Maker. It worked well.

    • Dino Dogan

      sweet 🙂

      • Richard Freeman Eze

        stupid question but can i hyperlink my facebook page in my ebooks

  • Melanie

    The video was really helpful! Thank you!