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SocialAdr creates a mutually beneficial relationship between people with free and paid (“Lazy”) accounts. Essentially, the free account users are the fuel that drives the engine. They do all the submitting and in return they receive free social bookmarks from other free account users. Paid members simply sign up and receive social bookmarks and social networking submissions.
Free account users need to earn credits by submitting other SocialAdr member’s bookmarks and sharing paid member’s sites on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Once enough credits are earned, they in return have their sites shared by other free account members.
To prevent the spamming of sites and the appearance of unnatural submissions, there are limits to the free account:
- Only 5 link submissions can be made per day. This limits the amount of credits you can earn per day.
- You can only receive a maximum of 420 social bookmark backlinks per month with a free account.
- Free accounts users cannot have their own sites shared on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn or Twitter by other members; that’s a paid member exclusive feature.
With all that said, it’s still free quality backlinks. If your budget is tight and you have the time and want to put in the work, this may be a reasonable option for you.
Paid Accounts (“Lazy” Accounts)
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There are 4 tiers of paid (“Lazy”) accounts ranging from $17 to $117/month. The higher the account, the larger the number of sites you can simultaneously promote and the larger the amount of submissions per site per month you can receive.
Essentially, paid accounts allow way more sites to be promoted to a larger audience, plus the added bonus of Facebook, Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn submissions, which are not included in free accounts.
Every night at 12AM your paid account is automatically replenished with credits to be used the next day.
My Paid Account First Results
After less than 5 minutes of work to set up my first bookmark, within two days my first bookmark was submitted by 9 different people onto various combinations of social bookmarking sites. It was also Tweeted twice to Twitter accounts with followers. My first bookmark received a total of 91 bookmark submissions, plus 2 Tweets in less than 2 days.
Once you decide on which account is right for you, you simply sign up and add your first bookmark.
My Youtube Video: How to add a bookmark and a quick tour of my account.