Found this website on accident for a restaurant. I really love the web design on this: The Dandelion Pub Clean, elegant layout. Excellent use of photography. Advertisements
Cheesy as all hell, but here’s a video I found with instructions to walk you through syncing WordPress blogs to Facebook pages using Networked Blogs: How to Import Your Blog into Facebook Using Networked Blogs NOTE: There’s a trick to this I had to figure out. When trying to syndicate the blog the first time, …
A friend of mine told me about Basecamp, which is a project management software which allows you to keep everything in one place (projects, people, data). Includes to-do lists, time tracking, goal tracking, etc. It’s only $20/month and there’s a free 45-day trial.
I successfully added the Pinterest button. Here’s what I did: 1. Accessed the WordPress dashboard and went to the “Settings” tab on the left-hand column. 2. Select the “Sharing” link and drop the Pinterest button into the box below on the right-hand corner under “Enabled Services”. I have it working for now, though the only …
Posted this on our Facebook, though wanted it on our blog for future reference. This will be very helpful.
Testing the Pinterest button… Balboa Park – San Diego, CA EDIT: Make sure you switch over to the “HTML” tab when adding the Pinterest button. Best to use the code from the Pinterest website in their “Goodies” section, since I couldn’t get the tags on the previous blog entry to work properly.
Great place of reference, or if ever we wanna learn some web development. Perfect for beginners! I may want to take this myself someday because it really wouldn’t hurt at all, and for future reference it may come in handy. http://girldevelopit.com/
I’ll have to check this out and play with it. I’ll try it out for sure this week. Add a Pinterest Pinit Button to WordPress
Here’s some of how I did it. Wanna figure out the rest once I fiddle with it more. Now lets see if this works…
Simplistic but valuable. New Orleans is a food-centric city and we’re likely to drum up quite a bit of business from the food industry. Visuals, “behind the scenes”, and engaging the audience are key. 3 Facebook Ideas for Restaurants