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A former client wrote an unflattering review of your services and now you’re worried about how this will affect future business. Fortunately, WeddingWire allows you to “Respond” to reviews in an effort to remedy the situation and deflect potential damage, but it’s important to consider when and how you respond. By responding appropriately to a client’s review, even if you don’t agree with their comments, you show that you take a personal interest in your business and care to make it better.
Hello there, I’ve been around the design and blogging world now for some time and since I am very active and taking serious my work, I always search for new, perspective, promising or just very popular blogs. Of course, there are big discussions about subscribing so many blogs, because it’s better if You can create your own stuff just by reading books, from your own experience or just you’re great and unique thinker.
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So you wanna be a [craft -- or other type of] blogger? Here are some resources to help you get the most out of your blogging experience. There’s a little bit of everything here, from how to blog to how to engage in social media, how to make money blogging, and how to take great blog photos, and how to interact with the blogging community. Many of the articles listed here are from our site, and many of them link to other articles we loved (and thought you would too).
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The short answer is that you can do this by making the blog in question a team blog , with two members, then removing the original team member. In detail, the process goes like this: Sign in to Blogger with Account 1, which we'll assume is the account containing the blog. Go to the "Permissions" section under Settings | Basic tab. Click the Add Authors button and send an invitation to the owner of Account 2, the account to which you'd like to move the blog.
Watch a video about permissions and privacy By default, your blog is completely public, and can be read by anyone on the internet. However, if you want to keep it private, just click on "Edit" under the Blog Readers section in the Settings tab. Under the Blog Readers heading, you'll probably see "Anybody" selected as the default. When you change this to "Only these readers," you'll get an option to add readers. Click the Add Readers link and then enter the email address of a person to whom you want to grant access to your blog.
(See IMPORTANT NOTE below) Steps to change a blog's URL (web address) in Blogger: 1. log into Dashboard 2. click on the relevant blog 3. click SETTINGS tab 4. click PUBLISHING 5. edit url (see screenshot above. Place where you type the new URL is indicated by cursor (arrow) and also "Type new URL here" in red Remember to save settings. Your success will depend on whether the URL has already been taken up or not.
When you export the contents of your blog , so you can import them to another blog, you will export all posts, without any choice. If you import repeatedly to any blog, and you publish posts automatically, you will end up with duplicate posts. In almost all cases, you will find it best to not select "Automatically publish all imported posts". To prevent possible future problems, you will want to clean up imported posts, after you have published all posts needed. From the " Edit Posts " menu, select "Imported". First, select posts that you wish to publish, and hit "Publish Selected".
We created Blogger to give you an easy way to share your thoughts — about current events, what's going on in your life, or anything else you'd care to discuss — with the world. We've developed a host of features to make blogging as simple and effective as possible.
20 Best Tips from Jon Morrow (The God of Blogging) This week I was lucky enough to be on a 2 1/2 hour webinar with Jon Morrow (The God of Blogging – no joke). The webinar was about how to go from 0 – 10,000 blog subscribers. Jon used to write for Copyblogger (here's a not-to-be-missed post I wrote as a result of reading that blog). Now he's started his… Continue reading Rules are for Amateurs, Exceptions are for Professionals: Yay or Nay?
If you are a decorator/designer/stager and you need more business, (who doesn't?) a blog is a great advertising medium for you and it's free--except for your time of course. Writing a design blog on a regular basis also keeps you, the design professional, really current as I mentioned in this post; Why your Designer should be a Blogger.