Gigya Easing Out Widgetizing

Gigya an Israeli startup allows people to email widgets to others instead of just posting them on websites. Gigya develops social-sharing tools, Wildfire and Gigya Webmail, that help users distribute content and simplify the sharing process. Gigya Webmail - a new form of webmail designed for the needs of the MySpace generation. This rich email service allows […]

Gigya an Israeli startup allows people to email widgets to others instead of just posting them on websites. Gigya develops social-sharing tools, Wildfire and Gigya Webmail, that help users distribute content and simplify the sharing process.

Gigya Webmail - a new form of webmail designed for the needs of the MySpace generation. This rich email service allows users to create messages with videos, slide shows, music, widgets, games and even their MySpace layout. To sign up for Gigya Webmail, click here.

Gigya after the success of their first product, launching anothe product called Wildfire, that will lets users post your content to their own pages on their community site (MySpace, Facebook, Friendster, Hi5, Xanga, Blogger and Tagworld are currently supported)) or blog, without leaving your site. This way users will not face hassle of copying and pasting code. And again, it helps you keep your users within your site.

How it works: Wildfire is a tool which can be located in any page that provides embedable code. This tool allows one click posting of your code to social networks and blogs.

Basic integration – Add this code to content pages:

In page header:

<script src="http://cdn.gigya.com/wildfire/js/wfapi.js"></script>

Near content item:

<textarea id="postContent" style="display: none"> PLACE CONTENT YOU WANT TO POST HERE </textarea> <div id="divWildfirePost"></div> <script> var pconf = {defaultContent : "postContent"}; Wildfire.initPost("YOUR-DOMAIN", "divWildfirePost", 398, 115,pconf); </script>

Full integration: Get the complete API to customize Wildfire's design and functionality. Contact at: partners@gigya.com

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