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Seesmic Ping Update – Post to WordPress

We’re excited to share another update to Seesmic Ping – the addition of WordPress as a posting service. A feature that’s available to Seesmic users under the Plus and Pro plan, users can now add WordPress and post updates to your WordPress blog(s) along with Twitter, Facebook (and Facebook Pages), LinkedIn and Tumblr (including sub-blogs).

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To add your WordPress blog(s), simply go to the Accounts tab, and under your list of accounts, click on the WordPress button under “Add Accounts.” SeesmicPingAccountAddWordPress

You’ll be brought to a login screen to fill out your blog url, username and password. Once complete, you will see your WordPress blog as a selection to post to!
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WordPress Comments also in Feedback Response Metrics
Along with posting to WordPress, you can also view how many comments you receive in our newest analytics feature: Feedback Response Metrics, which we recently released in beta a couple of weeks ago.  Under the History tab, for each message you post, you get a analytic summary of responses from Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Tumblr and now WordPress. The number in comments section will also link back to the original post (we’ll look to integrate viewing actual comments in an upcoming release).

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We’re pretty excited about the latest release and even more excited about the next features coming up soon.

If you have any questions, please feel free to bring them up to our help site at http://help.seesmic.com/

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News for Seesmic Social for Android

Dear Seesmic users,

We are making sure that we respond to your feedback updating the Seesmic for Android app as fast as we can. This release contains a number of valuable updates, and modifies the way ads are displayed.

Updates for both Twitter and Facebook:

  • Photos are enlarged in tweet/post details (Twitter/Instagram/Twitpic/yFrog)
  • You can now configure to hide/show avatars
  • You can now configure to show in absolute time
  • Ads are repositioned to improve the user experience, including placing ads on the bottom and removing ads from the Twitter mentions timeline

 

Updates for Twitter:

  • You can view a favorite/star icon in timeline
  • You can now view if “the user does (or does not) follow you” in Profile Details
  • #Hashtags are now included when replying

Updates for Facebook: You are now able to see who liked a post.

Updates to the Widget: You can now disable/enable auto scrolling in the widget.

Obviously these updates are live on the Seesmic Pro application as well (except for the ads).

Please continue to give us your feedback!

The Seesmic Team

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Groups available on Seesmic Ping for Android and iOS

Last week, we released Groups on the web client.  Groups is the newest feature for Seesmic Ping and matches up our features with Ping.fm.

We are happy to announce today  that you are now able to use Groups with Seesmic Ping for Android and iOS (iPhone & iPad).

Here is a quick reminder of what the Group feature allows you to do:

You can create and send messages to a group of target accounts of Facebook, Facebook Pages, multiple Twitter accounts, multiple Tumblr accounts, and LinkedinView. Groups allow you to send the appropriate types of messages, links and photos to the accounts you gathered.

 

 

For Android, we also added the ability to preview and choose a thumbnail for url links for Facebook and Linkedin:

Cross posting has never been so easy!

Enjoy,

The Seesmic Team

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Seesmic Ping – Introducing Groups

Hello Seesmic Ping users,

Groups is the newest cool feature for Seesmic Ping that goes one step further making cross-posting easy. You are now able to create and send messages to a group of target accounts of Facebook, Facebook Pages, multiple Twitter accounts, multiple Tumblr accounts, and Linkedin.

See how simple it is to create such a group:

… how useful it is to be able to easily pick up the right group:

… how fast it is to edit groups if you need to:

… and eventually to post:

You have the ability to create and schedule messages, links and images to different groups for your various businesses (as shown – Takoyaki Cart’s Twitter Account, Tumblr Account and Facebook Page). Hence, for example, you can send the appropriate types of messages, links and photos to your group of accounts for your personal (Twitter and Facebook wall) or professional brand (Twitter, Linkedin and Tumblr).

Groups are already available on the web client and  will be available on the mobile very soon.

We hope that you will love this feature: it will make your life on social platforms even smoother.

Happy cross posting!

The Seesmic Team

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