Posts Categorized: Shout'Em Tutorials

Single-card loyalty released to all users!

More exciting news from ShoutEm! The biggest engine for growth and the number one concern for small and medium businesses (SMBs) is retaining loyal customers. Getting this right will start you off on the journey to a prosperous business future. Therefore, we have worked hard to bring you a beautiful addition to what was already… Read more »

Getting to Know Our Features: News

Keeping your audience up to date on your lastest announcements, musings or news is an important part of your digital presence. Our “News” feature brings updates, posts and other feed-based content into your ShoutEm app.   It Starts With Feeds   ShoutEm pulls in your content with RSS/XML feeds. This allows you to import/update your content… Read more »

How to build location based app in five minutes, with no coding

Please click here to see the updated version of this article. Finding places today is easier then back in the old days before they had GPS and location based services. By using the ShoutEm app builder you can have all kind of places available for your users to browse, check-in, comment, share: restaurants, bus stations, hotels, etc… Read more »

First three weeks, your feedback and new awesome video!

Hi everyone. We’ve been live for three weeks now, have gotten some great press coverage, and users have started publishing a bunch of cool ShoutEm-powered iPhone/Android apps. Overall, it’s been an awesome experience for us. We are of course always very excited when launching a new product but this one was special. We put a… Read more »

Add a new link to your navigation toolbar

If you would like to add a new link to your navigation toolbar, here is a piece of code that will help you do that. <script type="text/javascript"> //<![CDATA[ jQ(document).ready(function() { var linkUrl = ‘’; // replace this with your link (w/o http://) var linkText = ‘ShoutEm’;       // replace this with your link text jQ(‘.pageHead .nav’).append("<li><a… Read more »

How to forward tweets to your Shoutem network?

Shoutem enables users to forward their shouts to Twitter, but using Twitterfeed, you can also forward all your tweets to your Shoutem network. There are only few steps to take to enable this, so let me show you how to enable it. First of all, go to and create your account (you can also… Read more »

Advanced customization of your ShoutEm network

Update: this post is outdated as of March 17th, 2010.  At this moment ShoutEm supports 18 different styles that you can use on your network (and we are adding even more styles, like Marble), but you may want to customize the look of your micro-blogging network just the way you want. Using ShoutEm Admin pages,… Read more »

The Power User’s Guide to Shout’Em Microblogging

After you’ve setup your Shout’Em network, customized it and gotten it on the right track, you’re on your way to becoming a power user. To make the journey easier, we’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks: Shouting out! How to get your message out… Twhirl on your desktop The web is all fine and… Read more »

Send an SMS – Update Your Shout’Em Network

Out of the house, without a web connection, yet still want to update your Shout’Em network? Now you can – via SMS! You’ve updated your statuses via the web,, Twhirl,… Now it’s just a matter of texting from any mobile phone! Here are some fast facts: Send shouts via SMS from any mobile phone;… Read more »

3 Steps to Designing Your Shout’Em Network

After setting up your Shout’Em network, you’re all ready to start customizing it’s design. If you’re really into web design and know CSS/xHTML, you can always add your own css style settings. If you’re not all that comfortable with dealing with the CSS frontend – don’t worry. Shout’Em gives you an easy to use, yet… Read more »