Su.pr

What is Su.pr?
What features does Su.pr have?
How do I set Su.pr up?
How do I connect my Twitter and/or Facebook account to Su.pr?
How do I make a post with Su.pr?
How do I view my stats or reporting for a post?
How does the URL I promoted with Su.pr get into the StumbleUpon database?
Are there any posting limit restrictions per domain?
Why is there no content on the sidebar for links I posted?
How many domains can I promote on the sidebar at the same time?
Can I save more than one Twitter/Facebook account?
Do you support different timezones for scheduling your posts?
Why do I see 10-15 clicks shortly after I posted a Su.pr URL?
How do I see pages only from my sub-domain under “Promoted Websites”?
What is the Su.pr API?
What is the Su.pr plug-in for WordPress?
I have a problem or a question about Su.pr

 

What is Su.pr?

Su.pr is an URL shortening service for online publishers, bloggers and StumbleUpon members that allows you to simultaneously syndicate your content to multiple social media websites. With Su.pr you can now post your best content on Twitter and Facebook with one click.

What features does Su.pr have?
With Su.pr you can do the following:

- Post (and automatically shorten) your URLs to your Twitter and Facebook Wall or Fan Page.
- Schedule your posts at optimal times.
- Get suggestions for best posting times.
- See reporting and graphs for your posts.
- Expose your content to the StumbleUpon community.
- Highlight the best web pages on your domain along with the main post.

How do I set Su.pr up?

In order to use Su.pr, you must have a StumbleUpon account. If you don’t have one already, you can easily create an account here. Logging in to your StumbleUpon account will automatically grant you access to Su.pr syndication.

Once you are logged in to your StumbleUpon account, you can open your Su.pr homepage.

 

How do I connect my Twitter and/or Facebook account to Su.pr?

You can connect your social media accounts from the Settings page. Please note that you must be logged in to those respective Twitter and Facebook accounts on the same computer and browser, in order for your posts to be successfully syndicated.

 

How do I make a post with Su.pr?

From your Su.pr homepage, enter the comment and URL you would like to share with your Twitter followers or Facebook friends into the empty text field.

As the image above shows, you can either: a) post immediately, b) only shorten the URL to use elsewhere (other social media networks, blogs, etc.) or c) schedule your post for later.

 

How do I view my stats or reporting for a post?

As soon as you’ve made a post, you can immediately start checking stats in real time.

At a glance, you will be able to see how the post will appear to your recipients, how many times the Su.pr link was clicked on, how many other views it got from the StumbleUpon community, how many times it was retweeted and how many times it was reviewed by StumbleUpon members.

 

How does the URL I promoted with Su.pr get into the StumbleUpon database?

You will have to either add the URL yourself or let your audience add it for you. When someone clicks on the Su.pr link, they will have the option to Like it via the StumbleBar. If the URL is not in our database already, they will have the option to add it right there, from the StumbleBar.
 

Are there any posting limit restrictions per domain?
With Su.pr, you can post as many URLs as you want from your own domain to your Twitter and Facebook accounts. Visitors to your Su.pr links will have the options to add your URLs to StumbleUpon directly from the StumbleBar. Our standard addition limit per domain by a single member applies.
 

Why is there no content on the sidebar for links I posted?
The database query that builds best-of content for a domain may take a while to run and compile data. It is now set to run nightly, with plans to increase frequency to 4-6 hours and eventually real-time results.
 

How many domains can I promote on the sidebar at the same time?
On your Settings page you can add up to 5 different domains. Their best content will be promoted on the sidebar when your Su.pr links are loaded in the browser.
 

Can I save more than one Twitter/Facebook account?
You may only authorize one Twitter and one Facebook account at a time. If you happen to have multiple Twitter/Facebook accounts that you would like to post to, you will have to remove the current accounts, and connect to different ones.
 

Do you support different timezones for scheduling your posts?
When you schedule your posts for later, the times you choose from the dropdown menu represent Pacific Standard Time (GMT -7:00). If you live in a different timezone, calculate the difference and choose the corresponding PST time in our dropdown. We plan to have scheduling times based on your local timezone/computer clock.

 

Why do I see 10-15 clicks shortly after I posted a Su.pr URL?
We track all clicks to a page including both humans and bots. We usually have multiple bots clicking on anything within a minute from it being posted. Some services like to have these clicks filtered. Su.pr click count does not filter bots, duplicate clicks, or other forms of automation. The counter is also real time: every time we answer a redirect, we immediately increment the Su.pr counter and display that. Other services may not be as real time as Su.pr is.
 

How do I see pages only from my sub-domain under “Promoted Websites”?
Unfortunately, supporting sub-domains under “Promoted websites” within Su.pr would require architectural changes to our core recommendation engine that are difficult to implement at the time being. Requests for this feature implementation have been taken into account and added to our list of future Su.pr enhancements.

 

What is the Su.pr API?

Read more about the Su.pr API here.

 

What is the Su.pr plug-in for WordPress?

Read more about the Su.pr plugin for WordPress here.

 

I have a problem or a question about Su.pr

For general problems, to report a bug, or find the answer to a question not listed here, please visit our Su.pr support forums and Known Issues page to see if it’s something already on our radar or that has been addressed.