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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Social Monetize Me (SMM) with php 7
« on: January 17, 2017, 11:10:08 AM »
I'm attaching a link to an updated version which should run correctly (if it doesn't I'll punish our coder!)

Download it from here:    http://chilp.it/4588c4c

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: SM2 Error message
« on: January 16, 2017, 06:03:33 AM »
I think this is fixed in the latest version so please update from your Wordpress admin panel.

If it persists, let us know.

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Best PLR recommendations ??
« on: December 17, 2016, 08:33:48 AM »
Abu,

yes, you can install and run Social Multiplier on as many machines as you own personally. You can't let anyone else us it, it's for your own personal use. But there is no limit how many machines (including VPS) that you install it on.

As to question 1, you *can* do that but it may not be the most effective way to pin.  Jon pins from a single Pinterest account to a single end domain in a specific niche. Targeting your boards, keywords and therefore traffic to match your actual site gives better conversions.

If you were pinning to lots of differenct niches you'll confuse your followers.

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The results we get back are dictated by the Amazon product advertising API.

Once you've set a category and supplied a keyword, Amazon dictates what is sent back. I don't know whether it is possible to emulate  the same results as a browser search on Amazon. I'll certainly discuss this with the coder, but I can't guarantee

a) what's possible and
b) how fast!

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Your Morning Laugh...
« on: December 17, 2016, 08:23:15 AM »
Funny post, but let's be logical, Captain....

What you have described (small numbers, yes) is an effect that powers the snowball effect. Let's call it dilithium crystallization, shall we? :D

If you pin images, your images *can* be seen whether you are a featured pinner or not. And if people like your pins, they might follow you.  Or......

they might even be using Social Multiplier to find users to follow............. :D

But....with Social Multiplier you will end up with followers and therefore traffic for free. If you only got followers from the people you follow, the numbers might stay low.

You can also get followers when people see pins you pin and ------ drumroll please ------ any pins of yours that other people have pinned/repinned/liked.

You can think of it as MLM if you like. If you sign up 3 friends (you have got 3 friends, right? I haven't so I never got into MLM) and each of those signs up 3 friends, you'll have a network of a gazillion in a month.

I'm joking a bit there, of course, but the principle is kind of the same.

Anyone who pins your pin is exposing that pin to all the people they reach. Of those, if a few also pin your pins that reaches even more new people.

Snowball effect.  Also known as the multiverse. Your pins can exist in multiple realities all at the same time.....the possible number of pins reaching people you can't (on your own) can be HUGE. And best of all it diversifies the pinning to your site(s) across a large number of users - making it safer than trying to pin that same number of pins all by yourself.

And it could start before you've ever followed anyone. Whether those 2 followers are, shall we say, genuine Pinterest people or other marketers trying to entice people to follow them, who knows?

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For your own personal use, as many computers as you own or rent (VPS).

You can't let anyone else use your Social Multiplier account though.

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: SM2 Error message
« on: December 17, 2016, 08:11:46 AM »
I can't explain it, but I'll talk to the coder on Monday. We may need your login details to resolve it.

When do you actually see that error?

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General Chatter / Re: What happened to Keyword Canine
« on: December 17, 2016, 08:10:01 AM »
I'm about to login to the support desk to handle any tickets. It's officially closed during the weekend, but I often login to send replies on a weekend.

As to Keyword Canine, Jon did sen out more than one email about the change to Keyword Titan.

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: JLMailer bonus
« on: December 12, 2016, 05:21:31 PM »
Marian,

I'll see if I can make a quick video tomorrow, but it's pretty simple to do:

For Windows, use the command like this :

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Social Multiplier\Social Multiplier.exe" /dbsuf 2

Notice the program location and name are enclosed in quotes.

You can open a command prompt to do this, or use the run command.

If you use a command prompt you'll need the quotes. The run command works fine with or without them.

If you're not sure how to open a Windows run command, press the Windows key + R and a little dialog box will open.

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Script Question.
« on: December 12, 2016, 07:39:24 AM »
Steve,

in Jon's extensive testing, using redirect domains (on a separate Pinterest account!) seems "safer" because if those domains get banned the original money site domain isn't touched.

That's not to say it might never happen - anything is possible.

However, in your worst case scenario you're exactly right. It's what Jon's done in the past when he's pinned too fast (he pushes the limits to see what he can get away with, I hide in the slow corner for safety :)  )

So if your redirects and money domain get banned, clone your money domain content onto a new domain and set up new redirect domains as well. From what we've seen it doesn't matter that all the content is duplicated - Pinterest is not Google.

Remember though that steady pinning and allowing natural growth of a Pinterest account seems to provide maximum protection against bans/suspensions.

That's why I'm happy to go slower even than Jon suggests.

To paraphase my all-time favorite character in Star Trek........."Pin slow.....and prosper"   :D

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: JLMailer bonus
« on: December 12, 2016, 07:30:53 AM »
ahem.. . in that email I missed out the login URL to test the resourcefulness of our users.

Honest.....I didn't just forget to put it in.  I'd never forget to do that, you understand.....

What, you don't believe me?????

I'm going to set up a webinar for training on it as soon as possible.

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iNeedArticles / Re: Late Article - What To Do?
« on: December 08, 2016, 08:24:56 AM »
Hi Ray,

pm me the details.

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Question about "redirecting" websites
« on: December 08, 2016, 08:24:30 AM »
Marian,

I think you've got the idea, from what you've said.

For most people, I would guess, the idea of not having to clone sites is attractive. Using the redirect is less work. That also means you can set up new redirect domains very quickly, if you ever get any of them blocked for any reason.

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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Script Question.
« on: December 08, 2016, 07:46:28 AM »
This is where I get confused. "The new domain should not have any content on it."
I thought we were to clone the original sites? Is this a different way of using the script? Or is this what "clone" means? I had understood it meant making an exact copy of a site, just located in a different place?



You can clone a site if you wish to. But think of the redirect script technique as the truly lazy person's way to get more trafffic. No content required :D

To put it another way, it's like you're sending people to a non-existent coffee shop. You use a magic transporter beam (like in Star Trek) to transport those people to your REAL coffee shop.

Originally we suggested cloning sites so you could have more than one domain name to pin to. Jon's discovered since then that you can get the same effect - with way less effort - using this redirect script.


What I THINK you are saying is that
(a) I have a list of files in my money site all in Social Multiplier in the format required. They use my money site domain name
(b) I need to replace all those files in Social Multiplier with the SAME files but using the redirect domain name instead of the money site name? (I think I got that from one of Jon's answers)
(c) Now, when someone in Pinterest clicks on a pin, the file takes them first to the new domain, which redirects them to my money site?


(a) Yes, that is right although it's a list of URLs that you put into Social Multiplier.
(b) Yes, you change the URLs  so they now have your new domain name instead of the old domain name. The page names stay the same.
(c) Yes, exactly right - it's the transporter beam effect!

Example.

If your real site has pages like this

http://aminmotin.com/about-us/
http://aminmotin.com/best-software-review/

and you bought a new domain called say motinuk.com, you could put URLs like this into Social Multiplier

http://motinuk.com/about-us/
http://motinuk.com/best-software-review/

Pinterest would accept those URLs, think they are a different domain (because they are) and not think you were overpinning.

Anyone clicking on the pins with those links would get magically sent automatically to your real domain.

That motinuk.com is not a real domain above, by the way. It's just as an example.


Or are there TWO ways of using this redirect script?, one using a blank domain (I don't understand how they get there) and one using a cloned (copied) site?
Confused  ???



No, the redirect script only makes sense to use with a blank, empty domain.  There is no point using it on a cloned site with content.



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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Forum dead since Nov29
« on: December 07, 2016, 06:51:57 PM »
The forum is back to normal. I'm locking this thread since it's now a waste of time to keep rehashing it.

There was an issue with the setup in the forum, it took time to be fixed, it's now fixed :D

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