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  • New Faster Sharing!

    8:54 am on October 26, 2015 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just released an enhancement to the Share Queue page which (nerd alert!) uses Ajax to allow you to quickly share your 5 daily bookmarks, without waiting for the page to reload after each one.

    Bookmark Submitted for Sharing

    Note that this only applies to the Free users, as our subscribers don’t have to share bookmarks since they get credits automatically.

  • Why Don’t You Make Yourself Useful?

    11:48 am on April 29, 2015 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    Why don't you make yourself useful

    I don’t know about you, but when I was a kid I remember being told on more than one occasion to “make myself useful” and do this or that. Heck, I’ve probably been told that recently.

    But in the last few years it took on a whole new meaning for me.

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  • SocialAdr v2.744 Released

    6:22 pm on April 8, 2013 | 1 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    For this latest release, we’ve:

    • Rolled out beta testing for a new Facebook Likes Campaigns service
    • Fixed a bug related to Reseller accounts and their deleted sub-accounts
    • Improved our logging of credit accounting, so our support staff are better informed as to why/when/how users gained or lost credits
    • Added two new social media services (you can see the complete list on the home page)

    And of course we’re hard at work on SocialAdr 3.0, we’ve been hiring PHP developers to work specifically on this project, so if you know of anyone awesome, send ’em our way! :)

  • SocialAdr v2.743 Released

    5:17 pm on February 22, 2013 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply

    For this latest release, we’ve made a pretty major change…

    Lazy members now receive all their monthly credits on day one.  They no longer get a daily portion of their credits at 12 AM PST.   The main reason for this change is too many people were confused about why their credit balance wasn’t as high as expected.

    For all existing Lazy users, we have already given you all the remaining credits in your current month.

    Enjoy :)

  • The Wait Is Over – Facebook Has Arrived

    2:53 pm on February 26, 2012 | 2 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    It was a long time coming.  Truth be told we started development on Facebook integration in 2010.  Unfortunately there were some technical challenges that put the project on hold.  One of our main concerns with integrating a new social media service is the whole “footprint” issue, as well as the possibility of accounts being banned for “spam” or for being “too promotional”.   So these issues presented several challenges when it came to Facebook.

    The good news is, we’ve finally rolled it out and we believe our solution will be effective.  Subscribed members can now receive Likes on their URLs.

    What do I need to do to receive Facebook Likes?

    If you already have a ‘Lazy’ account, absolutely nothing.  If you don’t, you just need to upgrade.  Free members cannot receive Likes.

    Lazy Members

    Where can I view the history of Likes I’ve received?

    You can view your history at History > Facebook Likes Received

    How many credits does it cost for each Like?

    It’s based on the number of Facebook friends the user who clicked Like has.


    Example: A user has 356 Facebook friends and clicks Like on your URL.  You will lose 8 credits.

    How can I opt-out of receiving Likes?

    You can disable Likes for all your bookmark URLs here.

    Free Members

    How do I add my Facebook account to SocialAdr?

    Head over to the Setup Wizard page and authorize the SocialAdr Facebook app. Then you’ll see the Like buttons on the Share Queue page so you can start clicking them to earn credits.

    How many credits do I earn for each Like I click?

    It’s based on the number of friends your Facebook account has * a multiplier that’s related to your account type. For ‘Free’ users the multiplier is 0.1 (this is the same as when you share bookmarks).


    Example: A ‘Free’ user has 356 Facebook friends and clicks Like. She will earn 8 * 0.1 = 0.8 credits.

    Where can I view the history of Likes I’ve clicked?

    You can view your history at History > Facebook Likes Clicked

    The rollout of Google +1 is SocialAdr release v2.72.

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