It's likely that with everything happening in the world right now, the way you work has changed dramatically. Slixa has already been watching how providers are being uniquely impacted by COVID-19 and the resulting stay at home or social distancing orders still in place around the world. We've put together a list of funds and resources for those in immediate need, and have introduced Distance Dating profile upgrade, designed to showcase the offerings of those who have decided to move into online-only work for now. Slixa's traffic has has hardly slowed during all of this, and we're still averaging 1 million unique site visitors per month.
But we're always on the hunt for ways to make things simpler and more useful for Slixa advertisers, and that's why we're pleased to introduce the Gift Me profile addition.
Now users with personal wishlists on sites like Amazon can include those links on their Slixa profile (in a nifty new sidebar element), and encourage viewers or fans to send some love. Wishlists are great for protecting your privacy (gift purchasers do not see your mailing address or legal name on platforms like Amazon) and pointing viewers in specific directions with store-branded gift cards for everyday needs like groceries from Whole Foods or supplies from Home Depot.
All you'll need to do is log into Slixa's profile builder, and scroll down to the Gift Me section to include up to four links to your favorite lists.
TIP: Once you click save, pop over to your profile and test your links to be sure they're going right to your wishlist so that viewers don't need to ask for help before sending love (or gift cards, in lieu of actual love) your way.
We're still working hard to make sure Slixa and the resources available on the Slixa Blog are as useful and relevant as possible to you. Be sure to follow Slixa on Twitter and Instagram for the most up to date feature announcements and promotion of Distance Dating offerings!
Remember: you can track all of our announcements and changes related to the COVID19 pandemic on the COVID19 tag.