Add tweetmeme/ Retweet button in your blogger blog

Recently Devilsworkshop has added a very important ‘tweetmeme’ button which you can see with every post. After using this button, I thought of installing it in my blog which is hosted on (blogspot). Unfortunately there’s no direct widget which can be used for blogger but you can still use it in your blog, just follow the steps given below.

  1. Open your blogger dashboard.
  2. Go to ‘Layout’ >> ‘Edit Html’.
  3. Check the ‘Expand Widget Templates’
  4. Now find this html code there,


Just after the above code and before



copy and paste,

<script type=”text/javascript”>
tweetmeme_url = ‘<data:post.url/>
tweetmeme_source = ‘twitterusername‘;

<script type=”text/javascript” src=””></script>

Save Changes and see the retweet button on your blog with every post.



In the above code change ‘twitterusername’ in red to your twitter’s username. This change is required to use your username in every RT or Retweer else it will use @tweetmeme. in the above code the RT will be RT @twitterusername.

That’s it, now all you need to do is change the placement of the button and select which suits best to your blog.

SOURCE: tweetmeme blog

Published by sauravjit

An Engineer, Blogger, Photographer who loves Coffee, Driving, Apple & iPhone ♥

25 replies on “Add tweetmeme/ Retweet button in your blogger blog”

  1. hi,, i’m getting the following error

    Your template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure all XML elements are closed properly.
    XML error message: Open quote is expected for attribute “{1}” associated with an element type “type”.

  2. Hw to change its location…also i have changed the twitter user name to mine but it shows this only @tweetmeme …so tell me wat to do now

  3. add it between <p and 'data post body' to show it before your post, if you are using adsense below post tuitle then add it before adsense code.

    Using your own username is working absolutely fine for me, please recheck it and make sure you just edit the twitterusername in the above code not anything else even the quotes….

  4. @sauravjit ya now it came in the post but now tell me hw to place it on left or right or anywhere i want in my post….
    nd also if u know hw to place a FaceBook share button like the twitter one do tell that also.

  5. @lucifer

    Sorry for a late reply first of all,


    Try using this code,

    <div style='float:right; margin-left:10px;'

    *above code*

    Use left or right as needed

  6. obviously you have to use closing brackets ‘>’

    I can’t post it with the above code in this comment section so just add ‘>’ after the end of both div lines.

    Please drop a comment if you still stuck somewhere.

  7. I’m inserting the Tweetmeme button in the body of Blogger posts instead of the template. I can put the button wherever I want it in each post. Using the standard Tweetmeme code works EXCEPT I cannot change the [email protected] It always comes up RT @Tweetmeme even though I’ve changed the tweetmeme_source. Any idea about how I can modify the code to get RT @MyUsername?


  8. For blogger blogs, changing tweetmeme_source is the easiest and working method, I don’t know why it’s not working in your case, kindly post the whole code here or anywhere in a notepad file.

  9. Thanks for the reply. You are correct. The standard code does work. It just took time for the post to be re-pinged (or something) before the change I made took effect.

  10. Hi,
    I have the tweetmeme installed but it is not working as I would like it to.

    For example, if you go to the homepage of my blog mama-om, you don’t see the tweetmeme. But if you click a specific post title, you see the tweetmeme.

    I would like for people to see the tweetmeme when on the homepage

    Also, while we’re at it, how do I get the tweetmeme to show up in a reader?

    Please advise.


    P.S. I sent a similar comment a few days ago and it never showed up. But it might have been because I included code in it. I won’t do that this time.

  11. I found a way to put the button so it shows up in every post on the homepage, but it is in the header area rather than embedded in the body of the post. I would like for it to be embedded (and to also appear in a reader)… Any help?


  12. I got the “Template Cannot Be Parsed” error, too. I found that the single- and double-quotes (‘ & “) didn’t paste into the Blogger html properly. Once I fixed them, all was fine.

  13. how do i put the tweetmeme button and buzz it button to the left of my post where text wraps around it instead of on top? having so much trouble figuring this out

  14. I have been trying to follow your directions and been up and down my expanded html page a million times until I have such bad eye strain I think I want to bang my head against the wall. I am not new to html or blogging but I simply cannot find the place to insert the code. HELP! Can you give some idea where — which section — in the html this code is located?



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