Updates from June, 2014

  • API updates and new social sites

    2:09 pm on June 17, 2014 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just rolled out some updates to our API.

    The API methods are listed in detail here: http://socialadr.com/pg/apps/api-methods

    New methods:

    • /reseller/add – Add a new Reseller sub-account
    • /reseller/credits - Move credits between Reseller master and sub-accounts
    • /twitter/followers/packages - List all available packages for Twitter Followers campaigns
    • /twitter/followers/add - Setup a Twitter Followers campaign
    • /twitter/followers/history - View the history of your Twitter Followers campaigns

    The PHP SDK has also been updated, with new examples added, and completely new documentation.  Check it out here:  https://github.com/socialadr/PHP-SDK

    Also, we’ve added integration to a popular blogging platform and another social bookmarking site.  Check our home page for the complete list of social sites we work with.

  • Easier navigation to social submission history

    6:42 pm on June 5, 2014 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just rolled out an update to the My Bookmarks page, so that it’s easier to get to the submission history for each bookmark.

    SocialAdr - My Bookmarks - Submission Links

    Simply click the link on a “Submissions” column link and you’ll be taken directly to the History page where you can view the complete details of its social media submissions.

    SocialAdr - History - My Bookmarks - Detail


    PS. This update is SocialAdr v2.748

  • Adding bookmarks is now much easier

    4:08 pm on June 2, 2014 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just rolled out an update to the Add Bookmark page, known as Easy Mode.  We’ve had a lot of people request this, as they found the process of manually writing the Title field, including spintax {|}, to be overwhelming.

    This new mode will allow you to enter only the bare minimum fields while adding a bookmark, and the system will auto-generate the rest.

    SocialAdr - Add Bookmark - Easy Mode

    If you click the “Easy” button, it’ll switch to “Advanced” mode, which is the same ‘ol functionality that you’re accustomed to.

    SocialAdr - Add Bookmark - Advanced Button

    In “Easy” mode, simply paste a list of your keywords in the new Keywords field, one per line.  Enter your primary keyword on the 1st line.

    Here’s how the old fields are being auto-populated:


    The hidden Title field typically becomes the anchor text for any social media backlinks you’ll receive.

    The approximate weighted values of the auto-generated Title field are:

    • 40% keywords
    • 40% URL and its variations (non-http, http, domain only)
    • 20% generic terms

    These values were chose in order for your backlink profile to appear as natural as possible.


    The hidden Tags field is generated from your Keywords.

    Submission Rate

    This field will be hidden in “Easy Mode” and defaulted to “Normal”.

    Submission Limit

    This field will be hidden in “Easy Mode” and defaulted to <blank> (no limit).

    Microblog Message

    Your Keywords are used to generate the microblog message, using spintax {|}.

    After adding a bookmark in “Easy” mode, you can go back and edit it in “Advanced” mode, to have access to every field again, and full control over all its properties.

    Let us know how you like it!


  • App Privacy Now Available

    7:15 pm on May 21, 2014 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just added the ability to set your apps to be “private” or “public”.  This will help app developers who want to use the SocialAdr API for personal, reseller, or whitelabel reasons, and don’t want the general public to have access to their application.

    Here’s what the new setting looks like:

    SocialAdr app privacy settings

  • Updates to My Bookmarks page

    7:09 pm on February 23, 2014 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We listened to your requests and made it much easier to update the Submission Rates and Submission Limits of existing bookmarks.

    My Bookmarks - New Submission Control Fields

    If you go to your Bookmarks > My Bookmarks page, you’ll notice two new columns: “Submission Rate” and “Submission Limit”. You can use these to quickly update these attributes of your bookmarks.

    Also, if you attempt to update the Defaults at the top of the page, you’ll notice a popup window like this:

    Default Submission Update Dialog

    This allows you to either mass update all your existing bookmarks AND future bookmarks, or just your future bookmarks.

    As always, let us know what you think :)

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