We have recently added the following features: Increased Static posts for Twitter and Facebook from 10 to 20 slots You can now customize the text that appears between songs, which was currently set by default to the word ‘by’. You can now customize the ‘Buy this song’ text. Our Now Playing and Recently played widgets are now fully SSL (HTTPS) enabled.Read More →

We’re very pleased to announce the launch of our brand new control panel! Our new control panel makes it much easier for our customers to set up and configure all our their services. We’ve designed the new control panel from the ground upwards taking into consideration comments and suggestions from our customers to make it as user friendly as possible. Please let us know your views on our new control panel!Read More →

Update 01/05/2017 Occurrences of this have now dropped dramatically and it is thought that Twitter have relaxed the changes put in place regarding posting frequency. If any customers continue to have issues with this, please contact us via a support ticket. Thank you. Update 18:00 – 01/04/2017 Our testing is ongoing. No accounts that we are testing on have been locked since testing started on 29th March. We will wait until Monday before announcing our suggestions to users that have had their accounts locked by Twitter. Thank you for your continued patience. Update 18:00 – 31/03/2017 Tests are continuing on a number of our accounts,Read More →

Hello! Good news! It is now possible to select the day of week you’d like our Twitter Static Posting to post to your account. Up to now, you could create up to 10 different messages to post with image to Twitter at either regular intervals, or timed posts, but these would be every day of the week. Now, you can choose which day (or days) of the week you’d like each post to be made. By default, unless you log in and make any changes, all posts will have defaulted to ‘every day’, you can now select which days each posts should be made. We’llRead More →

As part of our continuous improvement plan, we have recently added a new cover art image provider to our existing three providers, now totalling four image providers. This means that if you have chosen to display cover art with your Twitter and Facebook posts, we now search through four different global image databases to perform a match for the artist (or band or group) that is paying on your Radio station. We hope this latest addition will ensure that we are now able to provide an even better level of redundancy  (should one providers service go down) and also be able to match images forRead More →

Hello! We’re happy to announce that we now support the Radio.co streaming platform for our Twitter, Facebook and TuneIn services! Radio.co is a beautiful, web-based application that allows you to effortlessly control every aspect of your online radio station. Advanced automation, easy DJ management, and the ability to simply switch between live and automated broadcasting make running your station a breeze. Creating your own radio station has never been so easy. The Radio.co platform is now supported for our Twitter, Facebook and TuneIn services so if you broadcast using this platform you can now get all your Radio Stations songs published to Twitter, Facebook andRead More →

We are writing to you today to inform you that we are being notified of a large number of our customers Twitter Apps being restricted by Twitter. At this stage we are unsure as to what has caused this apparent increase in App restrictions. To help give some guidance on this matter, we’ve decided to drop you an email. In order for our service to be able to post to Twitter on your behalf, you will recall that when you signed up to our service, you created an App on your Twitter account. This App enables our platform to be able to post things toRead More →

We have recently made a small change to our Twitter Auto Post service whereby you are now able to select a level of accuracy for the Twitter matching service. Until now, our system has used a fixed algorithm to determine a successful match for an artist (or groups) Twitter account, an algorithm that has sometimes been slightly aggressive in nature (in an aim to not make an inaccurate match. Now you can select from the Twitter Auto Post control panel a level of accuracy (High and Medium) which you can choose from. To give you an understanding of what happens here, the ‘High’ level meansRead More →

Hello! We have been asked on a number of occasions whether we offer free trials for our services, so now we are! You can trial absolutely free of charge our Twitter, Facebook and TuneIn Auto Post services by visiting the page www.autopo.st/free-trial No payment details, immediate sign-up and trial our service, easy as that! Questions? Just let us know here.Read More →

In line with our recent communication about increasing the number of scheduled/timed Twitter posts available from 5 to 10, we are please to announce that made the same increase available for Facebook accounts. ‘Static’ posts allow you to schedule messages to be posted to your Facebook page at scheduled times of the day (or regular intervals). You can include any type of message and text and also include an image of your choice to display with each post to be sent to your Facebook page. This can be useful to display times posts with presenters or shows starting at a particualr time, or just to post messagesRead More →

As from today, we’ve increased the Twitter Static post capacity for each account from 5 scheduled posts to 10 scheduled posts. Static posting comes as standard with each Twitter and Facebook Auto Post account and allows you to set up scheduled or timed posts with your text and images. Just enter the text you’d like to post, upload an image (if you require an image) and then just set the scheduler to post at a particular time OR at regular intervals. Until today there were only 5 static posts per account and we’ve just upgraded this to 10! Log into your Control Panel and startRead More →

As part of our changes to the scheduling system to make all posting frequency changes real time, we have been making significant changes to the way the scheduling system works. During these changes, we have copied over all existing settings to the new system. Specifically for Twitter and Facebook RSS and Static message posting, when you now log in to view these changes, you will need to set the posting intervals up again (no settings have been lost or will change until you re-visit the page). When you revisit the RSS or Static config pages, please ensure that you have selected either ‘Timed’ or ‘Interval’Read More →