SocialADR is a tool that distributes your link to a varied network of bookmarking and social media websites. The tool is semi-automated for free users and fully automated for premium members where you just need to enter a title, a description and a backlink to the property you want to promote and the service will “simulate” real user social sharing. SocialADR is very good at what it does, and perhaps the best tool out there in telling the search engines that your website has some strong social interaction going on (therefore a useful site). There are many ways it achieves this, ways which we will explore later on in this review.
SocialADR is a social bookmarking tool that uses real people to spread your links on the Internet at a natural pace (that you choose) from many different IP addresses and locations. SocialADR delivers good quality and authority back links that the search engines love.
SocialADR uses two kinds of authority sites to spread your backlinks. The first one is social networks; websites like Google Plus, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and the second one is social bookmarking sites; like delicious, digg and so on.
If you do not know the difference between the two at this point, then social bookmarking sites are a way for people to go online and share their social lives. That is the medium of communication and information sharing/gathering with their friends and the world.
Social bookmarking is totally different.
In the same way your browser allows you to have a favorite tab for you to bookmark your favorite websites, a social bookmarking website works in exactly the same way. However, instead of being stored on your physical computer privately, social bookmarks are stored on a public website that can be accessed by others as well. This includes the search engines. (That is of course unless you make your profile and social links private). That’s why those bookmarks are called social.
Since they are public links, search engines like Google and Bing can crawl them. A website which has been bookmarked a lot of times by different people, is considered popular, and ranks high in the search engines as compared to one with little or no social sharing.
Here are some of the social bookmarking sites used by SocialADR:
Social media sites include:
As you can see, they are all authority websites, and hosted on different servers offering you with a diverse backlink portfolio. They are good quality links, and most of the social bookmarking websites have a no-follow link. This is the kind of backlinks that will not pass on link so you are safe to share as many as you want, provided that you are not using money keywords or the same anchor text over and over again. It is unlikely that Google will penalize websites on social bookmarking sites. Using social signals as a sign of popularity and authority. Most “authority” websites got their authority from social media/social bookmarks in the first place.
SocialADR Free or Paid Account
SocialADR works on a credits basis. One credit gets your link shared one time. You need a minimum of 6 credits to to get your links shared in the system.
Do I need a paid account, James?
I cannot answer that for you. I don’t know what your finances are. With a free account, you only earn credits on SocialADR sharing other people’s links on social media and social bookmarking sites. As as a free member, you will not be able to have your links shared on the social media websites like Twitter Facebook and Google Plus. This is a premium member exclusive feature.
But do not let this scare you! Even if you are a free member, backlinks from social bookmarking sites are still a very powerful feature.
SocialADR also gives credits based on the type of social media you share links on and the number of followers you have. As an example, sharing a link on Google Plus gives you 5 credits but sharing the same make on Twitter will give you significantly less credits. This however depends, on your number of followers.
The more followers you have the more credits you will earn.
Using the free account, and a Facebook account with a couple thousand friends, I am able to get 1.2 credits per link shared. Bear in mind that you can only share a maximum of 5 links a day earned exclusively from social media sharing. You are only earning credits this way but you cannot get your links shared by other people on social media (only social bookmarks) as a free member. It can be a pain in the you-know-what, but if a free membership is what you’re going after, you’ll have to do some manual sharing every day.
So if you’re planning to set up a Free SocialADR account with dummy profiles having no followers, forget about it!
You will not earn a lot of credits this way. But even with the limitations of a free account, you can still get a lot of quality and free social bookmarks. There are services on the Internet that charge hundreds of dollars to give you the same type of social bookmarks. You can now get the same kind of social bookmarks by simply opening a free account. Bottom line is, if you have more free time than money, and you’re willing to invest a few minutes every day to earn credits so that other people can share your links then a free account will do just fine for you.
If you want to have what SocialADR calls a “lazy account” then you need to consider the paid service. As its name suggests, this account means you do not have to do anything. Your links gets shared on social networks and social bookmarking sites on autopilot.
In essence, you are purchasing credits to have your links shared by others to their social sites. When you submit a link, it costs you credits. This is the relationship between free and paid members.
How SocialADR Protects itself from abuse
To prevent free members from sharing too many links too fast, SocialADR imposes limits to prevent spamming. This makes the whole sharing pattern more natural to the search engines as it seems to the search engines that “different people” are sharing your content more than the same people sharing the same content over and over again. It removes any form of pattern the search engines can track. This “limitation” set in place is actually a benefit/feature that actually helps your ranking. The only caveat is, as a free member, it means you can only earn a preset maximum credits per day.
With a maximum of five links per day for free members, it forces free members to share the links to the more popular sites that pay more credits for each share. In return, premium members get their links shared on higher quality sites more often.
The Submission Rate:
The submission rate is the pace at which links are spread out. There are four kinds of rate. Drip, Slow, Normal and Fast.
Drip = 1x per week
Drip means that your link is shared once per week.
Slow = 1x every 2 days
Slow means that your links will be shared on someone’s social media account or social bookmarking account once every two days.
Normal = 2-3x per day
Normal is the default submission rate of the service. Your links are said twice or thrice every day, with a few hours between each submission.
Fast = 8x per day (uses 50% more credits)
Fast means that your links would be shared 8 times per day but it also cost 50% more credits to run at this rate. There might be special circumstances where you need a fast submission rate, otherwise normal will do just fine for most people.
I usually use only normal which is 2 to 3 times a day and this has provided me with plenty of social signals and good rankings from both Google and Bing. As you can see, you can definitely manage a successful social sharing campaign with a free account. However, if you want to get the most out of the service then I highly recommend you get a paid account! This is where this service delivers the most benefit.
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There are three kinds of accounts you can open with the service. The free account, the social starter, the social booster, and my favorite the social addict. The social addict is a little bit pricey but it’s so well worth it.
You can top rank almost any low competition to moderate competition keyword on Google and Bing by simply using social addict on a well written unique article. This is something I do everyday with great results. Thousands of people sharing the same web property is not something any search engine in their right digital mind can ignore. Google certainly does not. Give it a try and you will absolutely not regret it.