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Frequently Asked Questions.
How to add the certificate to a website/blog/social media page?
- To add your certificate to your social media page (Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, VKontakte etc.) use the corresponding buttons on your certificate page.
- To add your certificate to a blog, copy the certificate HTML code or verification intended for placing on a website/blog or BBcode lines for a forum signature.
To copy, click on the code with a mouse, and the whole code will be selected. Then copy it to the clipboard (right mouse button > "Copy" or keyboard shortcut Ctrl-C).
Then paste the code into your website editor (you might need to switch to the HTML tab (the source code) in your editor if such tab is available.
Right-click to paste > "Paste" or keyboard shortcut Ctrl-V.
Number of views
This information is not yet available.
However, on your certificate page you can view the position of your nickname in the overall ranking (updated once a day). This ranking is directly linked to the number of views.
Do not waste your time and money. We clearly see where each certificate’s view is coming from. Our algorithms recognize artificial views through a variety of services. All artificial views are reset to zero.
If you did not engage in such activities and they were done by others, you need not worry, because such views will not be taken into account.
If you think that the problem is our algorithm and your certificate was viewed by real visitors, please send us links to pages where you have placed your certificate and a link to it, and we will further analyze your views.
How to edit my certificate?
Nickname letter case (uppercase/lowercase letters)
We do not consider the same nickname written in different case letters a different nickname.
All Internet services support this. Thus, you will not be able to register nickname.blogger.com and NickName.blogger.com as two different blogs or email@example.com and NickName@gmail.com as two different mailboxes.
When will my certificate become silver/gold/platinum?
Detailed information on all certificate levels: http://nick-name.ru/examples/.
What does certificate validity period mean?
Your certificate is valid for 3 years from the registration date.
Later on you will be able to extend the validity of the certificate for 3 more years (5 years for diamond certificates) unlimited number of times. To do this, you simply need to login.
Thus, your certificate will remain valid as long as you need.
Why did the owner of the nickname certificate change?
We believe that if one nickname is claimed by two or more people, the ownership should be passed to the user who can prove that he or she began to use this nickname first (for example, by providing links to websites where this nickname was first used).
The decision can also be made in favor of the most active user of the network (user that maintains a blog, a website, and is registered in different social media sites, forums etc. under the same nickname).
All other things being equal, the ownership of the nickname is retained by the user who had registered it on our website first.
Also, to avoid possible transfer of rights, we recommend that you place the certificate/verification on websites/blogs/forums; it will significantly increase your chances of keeping your nickname.
Whom shall I contact to make suggestions or report bugs?
We reply to all your questions, bug reports and suggestions in our groups on social media.
For cooperation and advertising inquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org