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  • New Support Portal

    2:23 pm on May 24, 2013 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just setup a new support portal, using desk.com, so that support tickets are tracked better, there’s an easily searchable knowledge base, and you can view the status and history of all your requests.

    To access it, just click the “Contact” footer menu item

    SocialAdr-Contact-Footer-Menu

     
  • 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.

    ((ln(friends+50)^2)/3)-4

    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).

    ((ln(friends+50)^2)/3)-4

    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.

     
  • Google +1 has arrived

    11:07 pm on December 3, 2011 | 2 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We heard your requests for Google +1 and took action.  Subscribed members can now receive Google +1 clicks on their URLs.  We believe this addition to our already awesome list of social media sites will be huge for your rankings and traffic.

    What do I need to do to receive Google +1 clicks?

    If you already have a ‘Lazy’ account, absolutely nothing.  If you don’t, you just need to upgrade.  Free members cannot receive +1 clicks.

    Where can I view the history of +1′s I’ve received?

    You can view your history at History > Google +1 Received

    How many credits does it cost for each +1?

    Only 10 credits.  We believe this is very competitive based on the pricing of other +1 services.

    How can I opt-out of receiving +1 clicks?

    You can disable +1 for all your bookmark URLs here.


    The rollout of Google +1 is SocialAdr release v2.68.

     
  • SocialAdr v2.55 Released

    4:59 pm on June 20, 2011 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    For this latest release we’ve added a new Quick Tweet page which allows you to tweet 5 bookmarks at once, with the click of a single button.  If you’re familiar with the Quick Share page, this new page functions exactly the same, except rather than submitting bookmarks to your social bookmarking accounts, it submits them to your Twitter account.

    We’ve also:

    • Improved the “Tweet This” button performance on the Share Queue page (but we still plan on making it even faster)
    • Updated the History – Stats page to show more detail about Twitter
     
  • Bookmark history download now available

    6:28 pm on June 6, 2011 | 3 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    At the bottom of the History – My Bookmarks page you’ll now see a new section:

    You can use this form to download the history of the submissions your bookmark has received.  It’s a CSV file containing the URLs of all the user pages on the different social media sites.

    Why would you want to download the history?

    • To import into other backlinking or index-boosting systems in order to boost the “link juice”
    • To share with SEO clients
    • Simply to analyze the data

    This new functionality is release v2.53.

     
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