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Re: Phrases as Content Moderation Triggers

Jonmark Weber ·
Hello, There is currently no way to do this in Eve because of the way that we store and read trigger words. This is an interesting idea, and something I know we have talked about in the past. I will put in a feature suggestion so that we can review whether we would like to add this as a feature change in a future release. Cheers, Jonmark
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Re: Your community members don't care about SEO, CRM, or ROI

Lhisa ·
Also read my post on the topic https://www.socialstrata.com/s...oop-la-etc-see-links
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Re: How do I approve moderated content?

Lori ·
In your eve control panel, go to Forums>>Content Management. Click on the "Approval Queue" tab. Filter for the content you wish to view, and click on the "Submit" button. Select the applicable content to be approved or declined. Click on "Update".
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Re: How to make your community magnetic (part one - technology)

Morgan ·
So much fantastic information here - thank you SO much, this is going to be really helpful! Look forward to reading more! Morgan
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Re: How to make your community magnetic (part one - technology)

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Thanks for being part of OUR community Please come back and let me know how things work out as you try out different ideas, or if you come up with some new ones of your own!
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Re: How to make your community magnetic (part one - technology)

Morgan ·
Will do! I've basically been encouraging everyone I know interested in my site concept to share it like crazy. Having the support of friends / family with thriving online social networks helps a ton. And I realized that I should sign up for a FB page so I could entice regular FB users BACK to my site by posting news and blog post links there. Learning a lot and loving what you guys are doing! Where are you located? A couple people have asked and I can't figure it out. Morgan
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Re: How to make your community magnetic (part one - technology)

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Yes, you should definitely leverage your FB presence. That will help you too. The bulk of our staff are in Seattle, WA, but a couple of us are in Charleston, SC. We're in the process of opening a second office here. It's definitely helping us to have folks in two time zones!
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Re: How to automate a Twitter feed from your forum

Sheri ·
Can I do this for our blog/announcements feed?
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Re: How to automate a Twitter feed from your forum

Rosemary O'Neill ·
You sure can! On your blog page, on the right hand column, you should see an RSS link. Just grab that and feed it into Hootsuite as I described above, and voila. Just let me know if you run into any trouble, and I can help further.
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Re: Clips - Data

Ted O'Neill ·
Hi Melanie- Good idea. We will definitely consider that for a future release.
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Re: Dis- Like

Ted O'Neill ·
This is not a tip, but a suggestion, so I am changing the topic type.
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Re: New Feature: Recommendation Engine

Richards Guitars ·
Recommendation Engine. Do I have to pay extra for this? It looks useful but surely based on the monthly fee this would be a normal integration as part of the development of the site? Could you let me know?
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Re: New Feature: Recommendation Engine

Melanie ·
Will the Recommendation Engine work on the mobile interface?
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Re: New Feature: Recommendation Engine

Brian Lenz ·
Hi Melanie, We currently do not show any related content on the mobile interface.
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Re: Clips Permissions

Lori ·
Hi, Rich: In the Manage Content section of the control panel, search for All Clips, and check the box that says "Premium Content Only". Once you have the search results, select all of them, and then choose "Mark As Not Premium" from the dropdown menu at the bottom. That should do the trick! Lori
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Re: Clips Permissions

Rich Melvin ·
That did it! You can take the rest of the day off...
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Re: Clips Permissions

Lori ·
Awesome! See you later!
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Re: Moderation queue

El Loro ·
I made the same suggestion in December 2013. https://www.socialstrata.com/s...ported-to-moderators
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Re: How do I add a Content Island to my site?

Lori ·
Content islands, literally little islands of content, can be stationed on any other page of your website as a great way to draw visitors into your community. You simply create the island in your community control panel, then cut and paste the code snippet for the island on any outside web page. In your control panel, go to Forums>>Content Management>>Content Islands tab. Click on “New Content Island.” Choose the appropriate criteria for your content island. Click on “Create...
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Re: content management for the non-eve part of my website

Steven ·
If you just need a facility to upload pages and images through a web browser, you can use the file manager in your web services control panel. I've used both MovableType and WordPress for blogging and both were nice. I'm not familiar with any formal CMS systems, though. Good luck!
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Re: content management for the non-eve part of my website

cathy ·
I don't want to give lots of people access to the web services control panel. I have static pages, that sometimes need updates. I'd like people who aren't me to do them. Not really blogs so much, but I'll look at those two anyway, just in case they would work. I just want to make it possible for users I pick to update pages that aren't in the forum, but are plain boring html pages. Thanks for the suggestions, hopefully I'm not the only one doing this sort of thing in an EVE environment.
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Re: content management for the non-eve part of my website

Barry ·
cathy, Our LiveCloud Channels product might work for you as well, you can read more about it here: http://www.hoo.do/
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Re: content management for the non-eve part of my website

cathy ·
sorry, but i looked at livecloud channels. it has a huge banner at top and bottom that basically is an ad for livecloud. my site users are accustomed to an ad free experience. additionally, you can't rename the menu items (instead of summary, i'd put in a home page) and you can only add one additional menu item. my site is hundreds of content pages, plus an EVE community. We love EVE. The forums on livecloud don't look as nice. I did the demo, it wasn't for me. I'd rather have joomla or...
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Re: 5 reasons to make your own social community

Mike Johnston ·
I think Hoop.la is a brilliant solution to social networking and we're happy to have had the chance to test it out. Our review is here: Hoop.la Review
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Re: 5 reasons to make your own social community

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Thanks very much Mike!
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Re: 5 reasons to make your own social community

Jonmark Weber ·
That is a great review! Glad you like it.
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Re: A "Moderate" Moderation Problem

Ted O'Neill ·
Good idea, Rich. Makes sense to me, too.
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Re: A "Moderate" Moderation Problem

Rich Melvin ·
So...this feature will be available tomorrow? Just trying to hang on to my unofficial Hoopla title...
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Re: A "Moderate" Moderation Problem

Ted O'Neill ·
Sorry, not tomorrow, but we will consider it for a future release. As always, we will post here when it is added.
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Re: A "Moderate" Moderation Problem

Rich Melvin ·
Just reviving this old one... I know you guys are heavy into the Responsive Design upgrade right now. Just wondering if this will be a part of it?
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Re: A "Moderate" Moderation Problem

Ted O'Neill ·
Hi Rich- We are very heavy into the Responsive Design project. This MAY make it into that release as well.
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Re: A "Moderate" Moderation Problem

Rich Melvin ·
Good deal. Thanks for the fast reply. Now get back to work!
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Re: How to keep a keen eye on newbie posts

Rich Melvin ·
Great idea, Ted! We occasionally have spammers register and then try to promote products that have nothing to do with our site. The posts get reported by other members and we zap 'em, but by using this recipe the posts would never be seen by anyone in the first place. Nice.
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Re: How to keep a keen eye on newbie posts

Frenz Webmistress Deb ·
Is there a recipe for what we deal with? I have posting from email on. Our forum email gets heaps of spam. Hoop.la treats each spam email like a new member trying to register. The post is in the moderation queue so at least nobody sees the spam. But I wish that we could allow "posting via email" but auto decline any registration that appears to come from a first email. Any recipe for that? That would save me daily time in manually declining obvious spammers. Thanks.
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Re: How to keep a keen eye on newbie posts

Ted O'Neill ·
Hi Deb- Your scenario is not supported in that we would need to have a condition that checks to see if the content is submitted by email. I think that is a great idea, though, so we will consider adding that for a future release. Once we support that, you can just create a 'moderate content' recipe and set a condition for content posted by email. You may want to post this as an idea in our support site , if you want to be notified when that is added a feature.
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Your community members don't care about SEO, CRM, or ROI

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Can you see the forest for the trees? The other day, I found myself once again Googling an acronym I'd never run across before: SES.  I'm all-too-familiar with acronyms, having once worked as a government contractor (don't get me started), but...
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A "Moderate" Moderation Problem

Rich Melvin ·
I've discovered a little problem when using the Content Moderation page, found at this URL: <domain name here>/cp/moderationQueue. When I am on the Content Moderation page, if I click on a thread title in the moderated topics list, a new...
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Adding META tags to your Hoop.la site

Rosemary O'Neill ·
This is just a quick tutorial describing how to add meta tags in the HEAD code of your Hoop.la pages.  Note that Google has stated for years that it doesn't consider the keywords in your HEAD code, but it does sometimes use the description meta...
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What's the difference between a blog and a forum?

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Different tools for different jobs, right?  You don't use a hammer to tighten a screw, and you probably wouldn't use a blog to provide customer service. But with all of the different options for social interaction, it can be tough to decide...
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10 Things You're Doing to Kill Your Online Community

Rosemary O'Neill ·
You would never intentionally kill your community, right? But sometimes we lose track of those little details that can make a big difference.   Here are 10 common mistakes that can kill an online community   1. Where's the community? There's...
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Quick tip: Using widgets to highlight LiveCloud collections

Rosemary O'Neill ·
This is just a quick Monday tip for our LiveCloud bloggers!  If you're using collections to organize your blog posts (and you should be, if you've got a decent amount of content), you can use widgets to highlight certain collections on your home...
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How to embed Hoop.la content on other sites

Rosemary O'Neill ·
We've talked before about how to bring outside content streams into your Hoop.la via custom widgets, but there's a flip side to that coin.  You can also take your Hoop.la content and place customizable widgets on external websites. Here's...
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How to automate a Twitter feed from your forum

Rosemary O'Neill ·
I generally don't advocate full automation of a Twitter feed.  Twitter is great for interaction, conversation, and true connection.  When it's just a bunch of bots broadcasting, it takes away from the experience. However. I do...
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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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How to encourage participation in your online community

Rosemary O'Neill ·
You've got a core group of early members, and the first inklings of a community, but it's a small batch of embers that you'd like to gently blow on to create a roaring fire. If you blow too forcefully (ie, start posting like a maniac yourself),...
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How to keep a keen eye on newbie posts

Ted O'Neill ·
A tip about how to use recipes to moderate content the first couple of times someone posts to your site.
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How to make your community magnetic (part one - technology)

Rosemary O'Neill ·
This is part one of a two-part series on how to build an online community with magnetic pull.   I was recently asked, "how do I keep community members coming back?"  This is what we refer to in the business as "The $64,000 Question."...
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25 ways to make your community members feel special

Rosemary O'Neill ·
One goal of every community manager is to make community members feel special, and keep them closely connected to the community. Today I'm offering up a quick hit list of ways to make that happen (please add your own ideas in the comments!):Give...
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How to make paid community memberships work

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Online communities with paid (premium) memberships can be some of the most thriving, active communities on the web.  It may seem counterintuitive; after all, can't you just go to Facebook for free? Yes, you can just go to Facebook for free,...
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One weapon in your spam arsenal

Rosemary O'Neill ·
It happens to everyone.  You wake up one morning, and get all excited because you have a TON of comments on your blog, or a TON of new posts in your forum. You go to check them out, and boom.  It's those fake Louis Vuitton hawking fools,...
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