I wanted to bring to your attention a couple of updates you may not have noticed. Let me get right to them.
In addition to tagging, scheduling, and suggesting other articles to your readers within your article, you can now pin an article to the top of your blog post list. This is a . . .
We're delighted to announce the launch of our newest user interface (UI) option, the Gorilla Hybrid. A new theme has been a while in the making, but we think the wait has brought a great option to the platform. The UI combines the image profile of Alpha Gorilla with the highlighting features of Classic . . .
The Bitcoin payment option is now live. We're pretty excited about this little addition.
This subscription option is provided by Coinbase, one of the more recognized and respected cryptocurrency exchanges in the space.
Currently, this option can only be used for annual subscription plans and only . . .
Just a quick note to let you know that you can now customize your article post notifications to your subscriber list. A quick tutorial is included below.
This feature will allow you to personalize your message to your readers. The standard 'unsubscribe' statement is not customizable, however.
New Updates Coming . . .
Release: August 24, 2017
Silvrback1 announced the launch of its new website on Thursday, a release that came less than a year after the previous redesign went live.
"We think the new design better captures the product we offer and the look and feel we're wanting to establish in this crowded space," said Kermit . . .
Perhaps we've been a bit too minimalist lately.
I'm talking about in the communications area. We've certainly been working since our last post. But with summer officially coming to an end in the U.S., it's well past time to let you know what's been happening.
Here's some of the things we've brought to life . . .
An ad on Facebook reads:
“In living, our stories are made. In writing, our stories are remembered. Write them, lest they forget.” I like that. This is really about a life message – and communicating it.
At some point in life, we’re told, we’re supposed to care about what mark we’re leaving on the . . .