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  • 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 :)

  • SocialAdr v2.727 Released

    9:43 am on May 16, 2012 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    In this latest release, we’ve:
    1. Enhanced the Submission Rate functionality to not start bookmarks in cases where:
      • The user had manually started then paused the bookmark
      • The Submission Limit had been reached
    2. Fixed a bug where a BonzoBox bookmark submission would be reported as successful but the history would only display the root domain, and not the user’s page where the link could be found.
  • SocialAdr v2.59 Released

    8:09 pm on September 11, 2011 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    For this latest release, we’ve:

    1. Added a new social media site –  This is an up-and-coming doFollow, indexed, bookmarking site with respectable traffic (Alexa ranking).
    2. Fixed a bug where the “submission count” for bookmarks on the “My Bookmarks” page was occasionally showing lower values than it should have.  The “submission limit” functionality was still working correctly, it was just confusing to some users when their bookmarks would be paused when it still looked like they had submissions left before they hit their limit.
  • v2.34 Released

    3:44 pm on March 2, 2011 | 4 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    For this latest release we’ve fixed a bug that was allowing certain bookmarks to exceed their specified Submission Limit.  In addition, the “History” – My Bookmarks” page was updated to be more user-friendly and faster loading.

    We’ve also made improvements to SubmissionBoost that have increased the # of sites submitted to by about 40%.  What does this mean?  More diversity in your backlinks, for as little effort as clicking a single check-box on the “Add Bookmark” page :)

    We also wanted to give you a heads up of what we’re working on:

    • Facebook “Like” integration
    • Twitter “Tweet” integration

    Both of these will likely use the same ‘ol SocialAdr credit system that you’re used to.  Our goal is to make them as easy to use as possible but there may be permissions that you’ll need to grant SocialAdr in order for us to access your Facebook/Twitter accounts.

  • SocialAdr v2.22 Released

    12:16 pm on May 7, 2010 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    Last night we rolled out version 2.22 of  The major change in this release was adding the ability to control how many times a bookmark is submitted before it is automatically disabled.

    On the edit bookmark screen, in the bottom right corner, you’ll see the box where you can enter the number of submissions you would like a bookmark to receive:

    When choosing a limit, don’t forget that each site counts as a submission.  Setting a very low limit means that your bookmark might not even make it to each social bookmarking site once.

    Once you’ve set a limit, it will show up in a couple of places.  First, under my bookmarks, we will now show you how many submissions you’ve received (instead of the old ‘share’ value) and what the limit is.  Looks like this:

    And finally, we also show you on the bookmark detail page, so you can see it before you edit:

    Once your bookmark has reached the submission limit, we’ll automatically pause it for you.  You can always go in and increase the submission limit and then un-pause it if you’d like to promote it more in the future.

    We’re hoping that this new capability will let our members have much better control over exactly how their sites and pages are promoted.  Let us know what you think!

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