Application that has a list of links from an online store that a user can share to their wall, a friends wall or a private message. All links will be tracked through a 301 redirect. When user access the app they will see basic stats on cumulative clicks total and this month they have gotten and how many links they have shared.
This application is to help users who are retailers and have a common specific cookie cutter website.
Example. Bob is registered at [url removed, login to view] as a retailer. His website is http://bob.store.com. When he goes to the FB app he will have a drop down of links that he can easily share and add a message to. After he selects his product he types in a Title and Message then shares it to his wall. The message will look something like this.
Bob loves his widget
This widget is great. I use it all day long!
[url removed, login to view]
when someone clicks that link it will save the click information at [url removed, login to view] and forward them to [url removed, login to view]
Now the next time bob opens the app he can see that his total clicks have gone up.
The back end of the app will act like a URL shortener. Like a very basic version of Bitly.com. With one exception, there needs to be a regular maintenance that goes through all of the registered app users and checks their URL once a month. If [url removed, login to view] ever redirects to [url removed, login to view] it will then change all of bobs shortened urls to forward to default.store.com. And it will give bob a notice that his website is not working as expected the next time he goes in to the app.
There needs to be an admin access where products and their corresponding links can be added or removed. For example:
Products Name: Widget 2
URL: [url removed, login to view]
Image Path: [url removed, login to view]
Additionally. I would like the ability to get the option to users to have the clicks on their shortened URL to randomly (1 in 100 / 1 in 1000) go to a different store. ie instead of going to [url removed, login to view] it goes to my.store.com.