Latest Updates: twitter RSS

  • Twitter temporarily unavailable

    10:14 am on June 12, 2013 | 1 Comments Permalink | Reply

    Our Twitter integration just stopped working today, apparently due to an update to their API.

    Not to worry though, we’re working hard to update our code so it’ll be up and running again shortly!

  • SocialAdr v2.742 Released

    12:30 pm on February 2, 2013 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    Here’s the latest SocialAdr updates:

    • New bookmarks will be moved to the front of the Share Queue.  This way users should feel more satisfied that the system is working sooner.
    • A validation popup message was added to the Add Bookmark page to ensure that spintax {|} is used in the Title field.  It’s becoming more and more important to vary the Title text, because it forms your anchor text for backlinks, and Google penalizes sites that have a lot of identical anchor text, as it looks spammy.
    • We started beta testing on a new module that will allow you to automatically create Bookmarks from RSS feeds.  If all goes well we’ll be opening it up to more users sometime next year.
    • We added a couple new social media sites.
    • We’ve created a new Social Engage service where we’ll manage your social accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Google+), post regular updates, engage users, and build better relationships with your followers and fans.
  • You can now slow down your bookmark submissions

    6:09 pm on April 16, 2012 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just added a new feature called Submission Rate.

    You’ll see a new field on the Add Bookmark page, as well as on the My Bookmarks page.




    The field when you add or edit a bookmark takes priority over the “Default Submission Rate” field on your My Bookmarks page.  So, as an example, you can set the Default rate for your account to “Slow”, but then override individual bookmarks to be “Normal”.

    The Submission Rate options are:

    • Drip = once every 7 days
    • Slow = once every 2 days
    • Normal = twice a day

    To slow down your submissions, your bookmark will be automatically paused .  You can still start it again yourself if you don’t want to wait the 2 or 7 days for it to receive submissions again.


    There’s no guarantee that the rate you set will be exactly what you receive, because of the human element of SocialAdr. So if you set it to “Drip”, don’t be surprised if you get submissions every 8 days, instead of 7.

    This new functionality is v2.725.

  • SocialAdr v2.721 Released

    1:43 pm on March 21, 2012 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    This latest release adds some new functionality and fixes a couple bugs:

    • Added email notification for when a user receives a Facebook Like
    • Added email notification for when a user receives a Google +1
    • Added “Friends” count to Facebook Likes Received History page
    • Added “Followers” count to Tweets Received History page
    • Bug fix to handle special characters in Google +1 and Facebook URLs; was preventing certain cases from earning credits for those clicks
    • Added ability for Resellers to disable/enable Twitter, look Google +1, clinic and Facebook for sub-accounts
    • Bug fix to handle special cases where upper case characters are used in bookmark URLs, would throw an error when bookmark was edited
    • Removed the “Latest bookmarks” hyperlinks on the home page widget; now only show text for bookmark titles
  • SocialAdr v2.70 Released

    2:17 am on January 10, 2012 | 3 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We’ve just rolled out some updates to SocialAdr:
    • You can now get affiliate commissions paid out with SocialAdr credits (at an awesome rate of 1 cent = 1 credit), rather than PayPal
    • Updated StumbleUpon and MySiteVote connectors to have better error reporting
    • Added ability to export CSV SubmissionBoost results at the bookmark level (rather than for ALL bookmarks)
    • Free members can no longer receive Tweets, they can only send Tweets to earn credits
    • We’ve reduced the credits earned by Tweeting and normal bookmark shares by 1/2.  This is because we realized after adding Twitter and Google +1 that Free users were able to earn way more credits than originally intended.

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