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Re: New: Comment Spam Protection

Steven ·
Nice! This kind of spam prevention is an excellent addition, Ted.
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Re: Video - 3 SEO Tips for Non-SEOs

Lhisa ·
Also see answers to my post https://www.socialstrata.com/s...oop-la-etc-see-links
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Re: Rosemary's Secret Recipe for Small Biz Social Media Engagement

James The Jovial Jester ·
You do all that before feeding those kiddies? And you cook! If I am honest It is the Small business feel that attracts me to LiveCloud. Some of the Faceless options out there just turn me off. So from my point of view your "recipe" is very tasty. I would love to know how you manage your Email in box...
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Re: Rosemary's Secret Recipe for Small Biz Social Media Engagement

Rosemary O'Neill ·
LOL, but breakfast is usually something "instant." It makes everything so much more fun when we get to know our customers and they become friends. Makes me want to get up at 6am When are you coming back to visit us in the States again? I use my email inbox as a "to do" list. First run through and delete all of the spam (even with filtering, there's a lot). Then respond to the quick items, then go top to bottom for the longer responses. Then read the blogs, deleting the ones I don't need to...
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Re: Rosemary's Secret Recipe for Small Biz Social Media Engagement

James The Jovial Jester ·
Well visiting America/Seattle depends on Elizabeths recovery from this Pemphigoid condition. It is so sensitive that we fear a prolonged flight may antagonise it. However people are supposed to recover so we will see. We would love to Amtrak it from Chicago to Seattle have va few days with you lot again then go back via a different route. Probably expensive but worth it.
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Re: Blogs w/comments vs Forums: the steel cage match

Aliza Rosen ·
Is it possible to disable comments on a blog and/or close a comment thread that's begun on a blog post?
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Re: Blogs w/comments vs Forums: the steel cage match

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Hi @Aliza Rosen , yes you can do that. Just "edit" the blog post and disable comments (you should see that on the right side).
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Re: Blogs w/comments vs Forums: the steel cage match

Aliza Rosen ·
Thanks, @Rosemary ONeill . So it has to be done on each individual blog, right? There's no setting to disable it across all blogs?
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Re: Blogs w/comments vs Forums: the steel cage match

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Right @Aliza Rosen the ability to comment on blogs is enabled/disabled per blog post right now. However, a workaround would be to use CSS to suppress the comment box, etc. on blogs. If you need help with that, just let me know!
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Re: The social media bubble, are you in it?

social66 ·
I totally agree with each point of Rosemary. Limited knowledge of things can spoil us. It is better to read widely and try to find out the best you want from it. Our own analysis of things will help us to take a final decision. I'm planning to start a social website on a vCloud Connector server, could you please suggest the positives. Different writers put forward different opinion; some prefers to write only positive but some are totally opposite and only born to think negative. It creates...
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Re: Like and Follow buttons

Brian Lenz ·
Hi Wiekus, Hoop.la does already support following and liking individual blog posts, but just not from the full blog list. To do like or follow a blog post, you must visit the blog content page (vs. the blog list that shows multiple blog posts). For example, on your blog: http://wire.hoop.la/blog You can't like or follow individual posts, but if you drill down into a specific blog post: http://wire.hoop.la/blog/433365571499814471 then you can like and follow the blog post. Does that help...
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Re: Like and Follow buttons

Wiekus ·
Yes it Help, but I looking for the ability to like and follow from the main blog list, Like it is in Facebook.
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Blogs w/comments vs Forums: the steel cage match

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Guess what?  Blogs and forums are not mutually exclusive, and they don't have to be mortal enemies.  In fact, they can be used to enhance the same community. But how do you decide which tool suits your own needs? Here's a quick summary...
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New: Comment Spam Protection

Ted O'Neill ·
Comment spam is a giant problem for nearly every active online community.  And now we have some tools to help you combat it even more! We now support automatic comment spam protection in Hoop.la and UBBForum.  While this is currently...
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Hoop.la comment walls: an introduction

Rosemary O'Neill ·
In our latest Hoop.la release, we snuck in a much-requested feature---user walls.  This is an area on the member profile where friends and colleagues can leave a quick public note.   Sometimes it's a happy birthday, and sometimes it's...
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Troll Triage: Progressive discipline techniques in an online community

Rosemary O'Neill ·
“Joey, stop that.” “Joey, I really mean it, stop that.” “Joey, you’re getting a time out if you don’t stop that.” “Okay, now you’re really in trouble, Joey.” “We’re leaving...
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Using a forum as a wiki

Rosemary O'Neill ·
First, let's be clear...a forum is not a wiki.  Some definitions--- According to wikipedia:A wiki is a website which allows its users to add, modify, or delete its content via a web browser using a simplified markup...
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Quick tip: Join someone else's community

Rosemary O'Neill ·
This one is for all of you community managers out there.  Do you eat your own dog food?  Do you belong to an online community yourself?  I know, I know, you have no free time, but hear me out.  If you're not out there as a...
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What are the KPIs for an online community?

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Marketers sometimes like to make up acronyms for really simple things---for example, they say "KPI's" instead of "how we measure success."    KPI stands for Key Performance Indicators, and they are metrics used to help an organization...
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Rosemary's Secret Recipe for Small Biz Social Media Engagement

Rosemary O'Neill ·
As a small business owner with no digital agency, no reputation management firm, and no offshore support boiler rooms, I have settled into my own groove for handling social media responsibilities.    There are lots of folks out there who can...
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Video - 3 SEO Tips for Non-SEOs

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Isn't it weird that people who do search engine optimization for a living are called "SEOs"?  Anyway...here is a quick video with 3 ideas for optimizing your site for search engines. The tips apply regardless of the community platform you're...
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Social media jargon demystified

Rosemary O'Neill ·
The other day, I had to look up a social media term I had seen floating around in my cyber-travels, but had never fully understood.  It's hard to admit, but no, I don't know everything yet.  Yes you can quote me on that.  Since I'm...
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The social media bubble, are you in it?

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Those who cheerlead for social media are in one bubble, and those who pooh-pooh it are in their own bubble.  The best place is reality, in between the two camps.  Depending on the day, you will read headlines that any given platform,...
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Threadkiller on the loose?

Rosemary O'Neill ·
People talk about trolls all the time, but there's another variety of online community pest that's not as well-known--the Threadkiller.  In general, threadkillers are more clueless than evil, and may not even be aware of their affliction. So...
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Like and Follow buttons

Wiekus ·
Hi   I think it would be nice to have the like and follow also directly on the blog posts, with the comments count, can that be done, in other words your members can like and follow the posts directly.   Thanks Wiekus
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Re: Survey. How do we allow new comments

ST ·
Never mind. One of our members managed to post a comment (even though I couldn't see how) and now I can add a reply. EDIT Oh, I see now. The comments are not visible unless you display the survey results. Hmmm - is that the intended design? You have to display the results to see the comments? Can I make the comments visible even if you are viewing the results?
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Re: Survey. How do we allow new comments

Lori ·
Hi, ST: That is indeed the intended design: to put the focus on the survey itself. Comments, and the ability to comment will only show on the survey results page. Lori
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Re: Survey. How do we allow new comments

ST ·
Okay, thanks. ST
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Survey. How do we allow new comments

ST ·
Hi, I set up a survey. I checked off Allow New Comments Here's a link to the survey. https://www.bosepro.community/g/portable/take-survey/s1-pro-slip-covers I can take the survey, but I don't see a way to add a comment. What am I missing? Thanks, ST
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