How to Promote Your Ebay, Amazon or Etsy Store with Swift Social

How to Promote Your Ebay, Amazon or Etsy Store with Swift Social

With our latest update we announced a huge new update to our popular Frames feature. Frames allows you to embed promotional banners on articles that you tweet out via Swift Social, allowing you to reach a wider audience and promote everything from:

Your own website
Social media profiles
Email collection
Multiple URLS

It’s this new multiple URL frame that has been really popular with many of our users who have online stores, through amazon, etsy or ebay.

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New Dashboard, Analytics and Frames Builder announced

New Dashboard, Analytics and Frames Builder announced

It’s been a few months since our last update, but that’s because we’ve gone into hermit mode working hard on the platform. We’ve just emerged and we’re delighted to announce that we’ve just shipped a big update to Swift Social. The update features a huge refresh of the dashboard user interface as well as a major overhaul to the popular Frames feature. Here’s what’s new:

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Two HUGE New Features for Swift Social

Two HUGE New Features for Swift Social

Hey everyone, we have been hard at work over the last month or so working on two huge new features for Swift Social. Both of which have been built to not only make your time spent in Swift Social easier, but also quicker. We have listened to your feedback and two overwhelming areas that we have been asked about on multiple occasions are “How can I easily find feeds?” and “Do you offer a managed following/unfollowing service?”. I am delighted to officially announce the launch of both our Managed Service and our Intelligent Feed Engine 3.0.

Managed Following and Unfollowing Service.

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Reimagining the Blog as a Community

Reimagining the Blog as a Community

We often take blogs for granted–we might read a post or two here and there, but it’s like a newspaper to us. We pick it up, skim it a bit, make a comment, and put it back down.

It’s easy to overlook blogs, because they’re everywhere. Visit any random site, and chances are it has a blog. Most blogs serve to convert readers into consumers or enhance a site’s SEO.

But blogging used to be different. The blogosphere wasn’t trying to convert anybody; it was there for enrichment. Bloggers would have blogrolls where they’d share their favorite blogs. People built relationships and […]

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Swift Social Distinguished With 2016 Marketing Software Awards From FinancesOnline

Swift Social Distinguished With 2016 Marketing Software Awards From FinancesOnline

Best news come when you expect them the least, and that turned out to be true once again in the shape of very positive Swift Social reviews, published by the well-known B2B software review platform FinancesOnline. That’s not all, however, as they decided to make us even prouder by awarding our product with two prestigious SaaS awards.

FinancesOnline rated Swift Social admirably next to similar apps they reviewed recently, and their experts decided it was worth two of its recognition awards: we won both the Great User Experience Award for 2016 and the 2016 Rising Star Award for their top marketing […]

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Clearing Up the Murky World of Digital Marketing Job Titles

Clearing Up the Murky World of Digital Marketing Job Titles

So… I’m not quite sure what my job title means and I don’t think I’m alone. In the last 3 years I have been called the following: SEO Executive, SEO & Social Media Executive, Marketing Executive, Plex Elder and back when we wanted to be one of those ‘quirky’ digital marketing agencies even a ‘Wondernaut’.

I gave myself one hour to scour the web for some inconclusive digital marketing job titles that had me stumped; you can do that when you have ‘executive’ in your title, because surely your job is to execute stuff? Here is a sample of some of the most […]

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Our One in a Million Content Marketing Strategy that we just Totally Made Up

Our One in a Million Content Marketing Strategy that we just Totally Made Up

Today we held a marketing strategy meeting to discuss what we’re going to do with this blog. When you’re a digital marketer and run a social media marketing tool, you become immersed in an overwhelming world of content. You become surrounded by trends and buzzwords that you feel you should know, being an ‘expert’. After several years of consuming tweets, blog posts, tweets that link to blog posts, ebooks, podcasts, podcasts that recommend ebooks, podcasts that recommend webinars, webinars that promote conferences, conferences that tell you how to tweet…

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Rate your Twitter Account with Swift Score

Rate your Twitter Account with Swift Score

Swift Score’s Conception.

After a successful re-brand the team decided to celebrate with a 24 hour Hack-a-thon to see what we could build to give back to the community. We started by asking ourselves some questions. As a twitter user what info would you be interested in that isn’t otherwise accessible to you, the eventual answer? A way to score your twitter account, a simple tool that can give you an idea of not only how healthy your account is but prod you in the right direction in how to improve it too.

So we began, as the designers started on the […]

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Announcement: Goodbye Tweet Rocket, Hello Swift Social. New name, new features, new pricing!

Announcement: Goodbye Tweet Rocket, Hello Swift Social. New name, new features, new pricing!

With a new year comes a new name and importantly a new approach from the team formerly known as Tweet Rocket. As many of you may know, Tweet Rocket started as a simple in-house tool to help a fledgling social media management company handle their Twitter clients. It then grew into something much, much more. After our successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, we excitedly launched our Twitter management tool and have been blown away by a whirlwind first 6 months.

We never anticipated the tool would be so well recieved by such a large number of users from all over the world. […]

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How Top Influencer Jeff Bullas Inadvertently Fixed Tweet Rocket

How Top Influencer Jeff Bullas Inadvertently Fixed Tweet Rocket

One of social media’s biggest Influencers was kind enough to sign up to Tweet Rocket last week, all at Tweet Rocket HQ were over the moon and that was that, or was it? It was only later that we began to notice some new bugs cropping up in our own back end systems. All deriving from one account, our biggest account, that of one @jeffbullas. Just to be clear, technically Tweet Rocket was never broken, it worked perfectly fine for anyone with up to 10,000 followers, however for big accounts? It needed some work. Here’s what happened next. DEV TEAM ASSEMBLE!!

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