I just had a look and it is ridiculously expensive! 300 submissions per month to each of their 35 networks per post only allows us to do 8 posts per day per article... and we are supposed to be posting 15 articles per day.... I hope there's a work around for this, and that Bill finds one quickly as a lot of people cloning process will be put on hold if we are unable to use the onlywire plugin settings provided.
Benson said Sep 11, 2010 02:26:37
I'm sure there is. Tom Parker will be speaking with Bill about a workaround.
I'll also email Phil Long about the issue.
Chris-Jarvis said Sep 11, 2010 05:20:27
Wow! I must have just made it. I paid the $29 for the year last week and I have made 1691 submissions thus far. That is in the last week. It shows me on the pro plan right now. I hope they come up with a good workaround.
I had the free plan and was about to sign up when I stopped to look at the fine print.
In my free one, I used up 255 submissions and nothing has finalized.
Chris-Jarvis said Sep 11, 2010 19:28:31
I didnt understand what finalized means. They are now offering an additional service called finalization. What they do is enter the captcha codes for you so you dont have to do it. That is what they are referring to.
OnlyWire Pro & Enterprise is Now Live
We are now LIVE with our most advanced and powerful version of OnlyWire. This new system removes daily submission caps and allows you to scale your submission volume to your social and professional networks.
As notified in our announcement last month, all existing OnlyWire Users will now automatically migrate into our new Submission Based Pricing model at your next billing cycle.
If you are a monthly subscriber, at the next billing cycle, your account will be charged at the new rate of $10 per month.
If you are an annual subscriber, at the next billing cycle you will be converted to the $10/mo plan. We no longer offer yearly plans.
If you go above 1,000 submissions per month, your account will be suspended until you upgrade your plan or wait until the next billing cycle.
Free users continue to get all the benefits of OnlyWire, but instead of a daily cap of 5 submissions per day, you are now able to submit 300 posts per month. All Paid users will migrate to our base pricing plan of $10 per month and now have the ability to submit 1,000 posts per month, instead of the current cap of 150. Pricing will increase based on usage volume.
For customers who require high volume multiple user accounts, we have launched OnlyWire Enterprise. Enterprise users now have the ability to scale their volume across multiple client accounts and manage all of the submissions with a single administrative login.
If you would like to learn more about OnlyWire Enterprise please contact our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bill McRea said Sep 15, 2010 14:26:10
I don't know if you have heard about the issue involving OnlyWire.
In short, they have changed their pay plans and even the Free Plan
is not going to work with The NFLB system.
Even though its not that big of a problem not to have Social Bookmarking,
(you wouldn't see a big change in Traffic). The syndication plugin is the
workhorse of the system. Bill still wanted you to have that traffic source.
I have been working closely with Bill and his team to resolve this issue.
And the resolution suggestion came from one of Bill's JV partners assistants, Kerry. I have been working with Kerry building their NFLB System, she is a very competent in site development and design.
And for the good news, the resolution is free and easy to install.
It uses a plugin for the Ping.fm service, get the plugin here: