CoPromote [Resurrected!]

May 2019 Update - Taylor Smith from the new CoPromote team has kindly messaged us to say it's back. CoPromote is now under a new ownership and has resurrected with a new platform. If you've had an account with CoPromote in the past - you'll have to sign up again and save your social network accounts in your profile page. This is just a quick update for now - excited? Let's see how it goes with our new sharing experience!

Below is my post from May 2017 - has it really been 2 years? Wow.


It has been just over a month since CoPromote stopped working. CoPromote is a social share service where the users can share their social posts across Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram , Tumblr and Vimeo. It's a great service, and I've personally enjoyed it not just to boost my social media posts, but I got to learn what other users were up to. CoPromote has given me opportunities to find great web articles to read, especially by new bloggers, which I wouldn't have found otherwise.

CoPromote - What's Happened?

Here's what CoPromote works. You choose which category you'd like to belong to. Then you choose a specific social posts to "boost" for a certain period (few days - 2 weeks). For example I'm in Business/Finance category and I choose any of my latest Twitter post to boost (re-tweeted). If another CoPromote member finds my tweet interesting, that member will retweet it for me. So my tweet and the business will be exposed to more people.

CoPromote Social Accounts

It's a point system, so I have to do the same. I browse the list of other members' social posts, choose any of them any time and repost/retweet/reblog in my social accounts. Every time I repost others, I get some points. And when I have enough points, other members can repost mine. How many points I receive depends on how many social followers or Facebook likes I have.

So it's a fantastic system, if CoPromote ever comes back (and I hope it will), I'd recommend it to you thoroughly.

At first I thought something was wrong with my account and contacted the CoPromote helpdesk but received no response. Then I learned from their Twitter feeds that they were having technical problems. The last Tweet was posted on May 13th.

CoPromote Tweets

It's free to join CoPromote and you can stay free. But there's an advanced option for a monthly fee. How frustrated the paid members must be for not receiving any updates...?

Let's hope this great social share service will come back soon.

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Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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Taylor Smith

Hi Ray,

This is obviously an old post, but for anyone reading it as of May 2019, please be aware that CoPromote is now in early release with a new platform and all new ownership. Please check it out and let us know how we can make it better! We want it to be easy for people to discover and promote content they like… and to get their own content promoted.

As a side note, it’s nice to see how you take the time to personally answer so many comments.

Hope to see you on CoPromote!

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Taylor, that’s great news! I’ve just signed up again, I’ll start exploring it in a minute, am excited to be able to share contents again. Thanks for letting us know, I wish you the best of luck!

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Jennifer Weedon Palazzo

Did you ever find a good replacement?

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Jennifer, no I haven’t, unfortunately… I’ll ask my community and will get back to you if there’s a good recommendation. Thanks for your visit!

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San Francisco Financial SEO Solar Consultant GGoogle Partner / Programmer

I USED COPROMOTE WHEN IT FIRST CAME OUT AND THE HAD AWFUL CUSTOMER SERIVCE THEY BANNED ME FROM THE PLATFROM AS I WAS PROMOTING SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL SERVICES (I WORK WITH LENDERS FDIC BANKS ALTERNATIVE FINTECH LENDERS ET AL BBB A+ RATED AND THEY SAID ALL FINANCIAL SERIVCES ARE A SCAM AND BANNED THEM BUT ALLOWED WORK AND HOME AND SOME QUESTIONAL MLM PROGRAM ON THEIR PLATFORM AS A SEO CONSULTANT PROGRAMMER WEB DESIGNER SEO SOLAR ET AL CONSULTANT SMALL BIZ OWER I DO NOT RECOMMEND CO PROMOTE FOR ANY PRODUCT OR SERVICE THAT IS FINANCIAL RELATED I HAD A LARGE F:OLLOWING AND DID HELP NON PROFITS AS WELL WITH CO PROMOTIONS THE PEOPLE WHO USE THE PLATFORM AS A SOCIAL MEDIA EXPERIENCE WERE VERY HELPFUL FRIEND HOWEVER THEY ARTIBTRARILY CENSOR AND YOU DONT WANT TO INVEST 1oos OF HOURS IN PROMOTION TO HAVE YOUR ACCOUNT BANNED DUE TO WHAT YOU ARE SELLING I TAKE EXCEPTIION WITH THIER TOS AND POLICIES THEY ARE THE GESPAPO NAZI LIKE GOOGLE FACEBOOK HAVE BECOME PC AND POLITCAL ALSO LINKEDIN TODAY IF YOU ARE A STRUGGLING HOME BASED BIZ AS I HAVE BEEN FOR OVER 31 YEARS since 1986 online in the early days of the internet in 1994 before dot com and ecommerce you will do better to research in Google(R) and find alternatives to CO PROMOTE they can DESTESTROY YOUR BRANDING I AM A GOOGLE AND YELP REVIEW AND HAVE NOTHING NICE TO SAY ABOUT CO PROMOTE FOR SMALL BIZ OWNERS

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Ricky, thanks for leaving a comment.

    First of all I suggest that you should stop writing all in Capital letters – people will only notice your “poor writing skill” and will never pay attention to what you say otherwise.

    Secondly you’re not making sense when you’re calling Google a Nazi while you also call yourself a Google partner, and recommend us to use Google search…

    And lastly but quite obviously, when you sign up with a third party app you must follow the guideline. If you’re unfortunately banned, you should learn to admit your wrongdoing otherwise you can never move forward and the same thing will happen again elsewhere.

    Thanks for your visit, good luck!
    Ray

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Greg Stucky

To add to the strangeness of a site going SNAFU, it appears CoPromote has repackaged itself as Creator Collabs. Apparently the SEO for it is so new that it doesn’t even exist on Google Page 1!

Though it sounds like a wonderful idea, it does make me wonder how the publicity became negative enough that it was worth starting the web branding process from zero again.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Greg, thank for the info! I just Googled by the name and I can see what you mean, very nice site though not SEO friendly at all. I might be looking at a wrong site as it says the business has been active for 5+ years. I also see what you mean about restarting something that’s once failed. But just like there are many ‘automated social follow/unfollow’ apps exist for example, if there’s another app just like CoPromote appears I won’t hesitate to join (as long as it’s free!)

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Stephen Donohoe

I loved it too and it vanished so quick, the idea was good and the percentage tripled on views using this share service.

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    Ray Alexander

    Thanks Stephen for your comment. It’s been more than 3 months since it suddenly stopped, very unlikely to come back again…and it’s a real shame since CoPromote even had a mobile app which was just as handy too. I hope someone else will start a similar service though. Unless there’s one already that I don’t know of!

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Lola

I have a paid account and was never notified, had to google to find out what happened!

Are you issuing refunds for those of us who haven’t been able to use the service for months? Bummer, you guys have create something very special

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Lola, thanks for the info, and sorry to hear that you have a paid account and have not been refunded. CoPromote has stopped tweeting as of May 13th, and it looks like they’ve vanished irresponsibly – which is a shame because as you say, they were offering a very good service.

    You can dispute against your credit card company in order to receive a refund. They need an evidence of your correspondence, so if you haven’t contacted CoPromote directly yet, it’s not too late just to attempt. And get some screenshots of evidence, such as their last Tweet, such as your comment and my reply here, to present to your card company. And tell them how much you believe CoPromote owes you. You need to act fairly quickly, because card companies have a deadline to dispute against purchase by policy.

    Thanks for leaving a comment, and good luck if you’re going to ask for a refund!

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Renard Moreau

🙂 Could you please do a follow-up post on CoPromote?

I also have an account with CoPromote (Thankfully, it is a free one).

Honestly, I find it very hard to believe that they are unable to work out the technical issue that they are currently experiencing (One month and more should be sufficient time to rectify things).

I am happy to know that someone was brave enough to post about this topic!

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    Ray Alexander

    Thanks Renard for sharing your thoughts. I feel the same, it’s been a little bit too long. I was in contact with the helpdesk 6+ months ago and they were very quick to respond, and helpful too. I really hope it will come back…

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