This is one of the pins on my nephew’s wife’s pinterest board. Boy, do I wish I had a book club like hers! Anyway, I needed another pin to see if my plugin works properly. I had a nightmare last night that there was something we weren’t considering. Source: tamerietherton.com via Tameri on Pinterest
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I like to follow a few internet marketing sites & blogs (can’t follow all of them or I’d never get any work done!) SiteProNews is one that I receive updates for via email. If the headline sells it, I’ll click to read the article, otherwise it’s easy enough to delete. Here’s their latest offering: 14 Free Social Media Marketing Tools Every Marketer Must Know About | SiteProNews: Webmaster News & Resources.
Source: blog.9wide.com via Michelle on Pinterest Pinterest is all the rage these days. And it makes for some great photo content for your blog. But, if you’ve ever worked with the Pinterest embed code, which you are required to use, you’ve found that it doesn’t play well with the WordPress editor. Just try to float those images right or left… It’s not gonna happen. I actually thought it was operator error on the part of a client until I tried to do it myself. Oy vey! And I couldn’t find a plugin to help. If you have been asking yourself, “What is the best way to put Pinterest embed code in WordPress?” This plugin is for you! Source: fabuloushomeblog.com via Michelle on Pinterest But the solution is at hand. Working...
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