Nasap – the new Nifty tool on the block

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We’ve had to withdraw this tool – IFTTT refused to play nicely with the approach we used. The random selection that made sure everyone shared different products just didn’t work out properly and very little was actually being shared after a handful of days.

To those of you who tried it, we’re sorry it ended up this way.

You can leave your exisiting pins / tweets / shares. They’re all fine and may actually lead to success in the “long tail” – ie over a period of a few months or longer. See Wikipedia’s entry for long tail.

Save even more time when speed-sharing

Update: We’ve done this now for both the Zazzle and Society6 Nifty CPanels

the just-added all-in-one speed-sharer
the new all-in-one speed-sharer – click to try

If you’re doing a promoting session where you want to promote the same select few products down more than one social media channel, until we added this update what you’d have likely done would be to open tabs for each of the speed-sharers and then flicked between those tabs, speed-sharing as you go.

With the new all-in-one speed sharer, they’re combined into one. No more flicking back and forward between tabs. It may seem like a small thing but it saves lots of time when you need to promote this way.

Examples of when you’d be using this approach

  • You’ve done a bunch of designing and you want to get your newest stuff “out there”, coordinated across your social media channels.
  • You’re having a little bit of a promotion campaign for a a few tightly-focussed product designs and you want to share in a coordinated way across your social media channels

Why is this coordination important?

When you coordinate across your channels in this way, it increases the chances of your share being seen by more people (ie a few from Facebook, a few from Twitter and some from Pinterest).

If you’re focussing on attracting potential custom by including a promo code, coordinating across the channels can boost your results.

Coordinating in this way can also give each product a little bit more prominence in search engines.

So, we hope you enjoy the time-saving you gain with this. 😎

How to use Zazzle Promo codes

This applies only to promo codes for the zazzle.com domain, as limitations at Zazzle’s end prevent Nifty working with promo codes for the others.

If you’ve successfully signed up to receive the “Associate News” emails from Zazzle, you’ll know in advance what the upcoming promotions and their codes are.

And remember, everyone loves a money-off voucher so using those promo codes is a great way of encouraging sales!

â„đïļ You can check for current promo codes here

For example, it’s now in the run-up to graduation season. Anyone serious about promoting will already have one or two niFTTTy Schedules going for it. So here’s how to get them to start using promo codes.

As soon as Zazzle tells you about a graduation promo, all it takes is a quick tweak to get those IFTTT applets to use the promo code and encourage sales.

Here’s how you tweak your applet to use the promo code you get from Zazzle. Let’s say it’s PROMOCODE

Make sure you don’t accidently press return – it’s vital that the feed url is one long, unbroken line.

You’ll also want to mention it in the description. Don’t forget to say when it ends (maybe give the time as well). Make sure you put the details before the EntryTitle so it doesn’t get cut off!

Don’t forget…

to change things back when the promo ends.

Use them as you manually promote, too

Don’t just use them on your nIFTTTy schedules, use them when speed-sharing, sharing slideshows or sharing product grid pages.

setting up the promo code in the Zazzle Nifty

Here’s where you set up your promo code – once entered, all links generated by any of the Nifty tools will use it – regardless of whether it’s valid at Zazzle or not.


Has this motivated you to take advantage of Zazzle’s promos? Well, why are you still here? ðŸĪŠ