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SBJEWEL
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For saving our time we need some changes here…. It’s about promoting our items to different different places… specially in social networking sites… Do not want to open each item’s page every time; when we try to promote those items. I know i don’t have much items… but who knows the future… ? Besides sometimes we share other Authors Items too…. So @Dev. please add some social networking link in our portfolio page... Don’t understand… then please take a look at this screenshot….

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Wanna accept this issue before you leave…. please ;)

Thank you all… :)

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mordauk
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I actually disagree. It would add too much clutter to the page. Anyhow, users that are going to promote an item for you will want to read the description of the item first.

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Mocarg
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I actually disagree. It would add too much clutter to the page. Anyhow, users that are going to promote an item for you will want to read the description of the item first.

I agree.

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SBJEWEL
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I actually disagree. It would add too much clutter to the page. Anyhow, users that are going to promote an item for you will want to read the description of the item first.

Good point… But how about our own items. Suppose you have more or less 1000 of items here…. And now you want to promote those items to facebook, google+ or twitter etc. etc. So don’t you think this idea will save our time a lot more than now…. ? :O

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mordauk
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If you have that many items and you are worried about the time it will take to click to an item’s page and share it, then you are tweeting / posting about your items WAY too much. Your followers will hate you and it will result in a much more negative effect.

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graphicmind
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I actually disagree. It would add too much clutter to the page.
I agree.

I agree to agree.

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Stylius
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I actually disagree. It would add too much clutter to the page. Anyhow, users that are going to promote an item for you will want to read the description of the item first.
I agree.
I agree to agree.
+1
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wickedpixel
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No!

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revaxarts
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Yep agree to the disagree, doesn’t make much sense at all and the devs have a lot of other fancy stuff to do ;)

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sevenspark
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I actually disagree. It would add too much clutter to the page. Anyhow, users that are going to promote an item for you will want to read the description of the item first.

+1

It’s just going to slow down page loads, having to load up all those external resources. And honestly, if you are “promoting” by going down the page and clicking all those links, it’s kinda spammy.

EDIT : Didn’t see Pippin already made this point about the spam. So I +1 that as well :P

And like Xaver said, there’s way more important stuff to take care of.

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