Premium extensions are features that do not ship with every Skyrocket Radio website. Instead, these are paid extras that will only benefit some markets and situations. A one-time fee applies to each of the following extensions. Since we do not sell our code, these are for Skyrocket Radio subscribers only.
Create a list of advertisers or a list of every business in town and charge extra for featured listings within individual categories.
Each entry comes with Google Map to their location and the ability to embed an audio or video commercial.
Have clients submit their own listings and approve them within the admin panel.
“Swap Shop” programming in smaller markets equates to high listener engagement. “Classified Listings” is the perfect online partner for that.
Allow your listeners to easily submit their listings within different categories without requiring an account. Listings are limited in length and no image uploads are allowed. You set the time limit that each listing can be visible.
Still taking entries by phone and typing them each day? “Classified Listings” can easily be read from the website during an on-air segment or show.
Displaying RSS feeds from outside sources is never encouraged because these lead visitors away from your website and advertisers.
“RSS Importer” imports feed content as local posts to keep viewers on your site longer. Imported news will look organic as other locally-produced content.
Properly coded RSS feeds will have photo copyright information intact, so no need to worry about the image police calling.
Looking for format or entertainment news for your website? Try Pulse Web Content.
If you duplicate content on multiple websites, then this extension is a must-have.
Syndicate (copy) regular posts, events, contests, obituaries, etc to one or multiple sister websites at once.
Have sister-station WordPress websites that are NOT Skyrocket Radio sites? “Syndication” will still send regular news posts to them as well.
More to Come
Premium extensions are always being developed based on client requests. Don’t hesitate to ask if something can be custom coded for your particular situation.