Are you using the Wibiya toolbar with your blog? If so, how's that working for you??

Hi I'm fairly a new blogger, blogging since June of this year.   I'm starting to notice  some bloggers are utilizing the Wibiya toolbar for their blogs.  I'm curious to know how many bloggers use this toolbar?? If you are using the toolbar, do you like it?  Are you noticing any differences in your blog traffic?  A reminder, it's the floating toolbar you notice at the bottom of some sites/blogs where someone can sign into a blog with their twitter or facebook account.

You can click on the link to see exactly what It looks like:  http://www.wibiya.com/?ref=L



I appreciate your comments...

Thanks

Alicia
Healthy Living & A Balanced You-Empowering Momspiration


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I was wondering the same. Awaiting responses as well...
Ok.. looks like we're both pretty curious.. Hopefully someone will give us the skinny :)
I like it. I have gotten more traffic. It makes it easier to share posts and find older posts.
I hadn't considered it, but to be honest - it irritates the snot out of me when I see it on other blogs. I keep minimizing it and the thing keeps popping up when I change pages. I don't like it. Maybe I should but...I don't :) That's just my opinion - to each his/her own! :)
I don't have it. I looked into adding it, but I found it to be a little annoying on other blogs. Maybe I'm just not with all the latest in social media, but I think I'm sitting this one out, at least for now!

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