In this highly technical tutorial, we are going to leverage a new photo and video sharing social media network, Pinterest, and extend its use to meet specific needs. I’m also hoping that the people at Pinterest see this post and include this functionality into its next site updates so content owners don’t have to jump through all these technical hoops.
WordPress finally added an Email Subscription feature to its WordPress.com blogs. This is a great new feature because it is much easier than adding in a third-party email subscription option like Feedburner.
This Sprout widget allows you to grab it or change the content with the publishers or with *your* content. Go ahead, build your own! By the way, I only edited this widget, Sprout and the folks at Nick & Nora built the original widget. Enjoy! [vodpod id=ExternalVideo.738314&w=425&h=350&fv=]
I’m just testing adding a Sprout Widget to this WordPress blog post. Stay tuned for a How To blog post! This is my Sprout Widget…. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.1725494&w=425&h=350&fv=] more about “PRO-TIP: Adding Dynamic Flash Content…“, posted with vodpod