Let’s Encrypt is rapidly advancing secure website encryption with their free SSL. We also see more and more EBN users requesting the certificate, so we’ve decided to create a button that will enable it for you in one-click.
You can find the button above the Report Problem.
Once the blog has enabled HTTPS, it will show a lock beside the domain name.
For more information and detailed instructions, please carefully read the Help Center article.
We’ve just published Firefox and Chrome extensions that make it easier for you to log into your EBN blogs. All you need to do is connect the extension to your account, and then you can manage your blogs directly from your browser.
Read the help article for instructions on how to install and use the extensions.
The browser extension uses EBN API to show and log into your blogs. Extensions do not have logs, nor save or send blog or login lists. There is no data sent anywhere, it’s just local to your browser.
The next step is managing staff accounts through the extension. You will be able to give access to just specific Blog Networks for each user (API key).
The more history of security and safety EBN has, the more Agency customers are joining our service. That’s why we decided to make it easier to upgrade between larger plans.
In the past, there were big jumps between plans and the higher you moved, the more blogs you needed to add in bulk. The biggest difference was 200 blogs from Enterprise 800 to 1000.
This has now been changed and the difference between all Enterprise plans is just 25 blogs. You can review the new plans on our Enterprise Pricing page.
As always, you can upgrade inside your Account Settings.
In the past, if you wanted to have www in the address of the blog, you needed to go through the WordPress settings dashboard. From today on, you can just add it in the domain field of the Add Blog form (without http://).
This will simplify the process of adding a blog even further, making it a bit less cumbersome to add a blog on www.
Try it out and let us know how it goes!
It’s been a few months since our last System Update blog post. Users have been regularly notified about the major features but here’s a quick recap of the work since November:
- Completely new Mailbox.
- Added Paddle as the main payment method while keeping Clickbank for existing customers.
- Removed Moz metrics from the Dashboard. Moz DA is not used by many SEOs anymore, and it’s by far the most expensive one to get. We’re keeping Majestic and we’ll be looking if users are interested in Ahrefs.
- Improved security.
We’ve also done a lot of work behind the scenes for decreasing the amount of traffic from crawlers, with a positive impact on security and server speed.