This afternoon I was sent an email from the The Arc of New Jersey inviting me to SAVE THE DATE for an upcoming FREE Webinar on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. I was immediately impressed with their use of a WordPress.com blog dedicated to the registration process.
I noticed that they created a separate page for the registration form. Did you know you could do this? Well, I didn’t and immediately wanted to share with others. You can check out the results by visiting The Webinar FASD Invite Site by The Arc of New Jersey. If you are interested in the webinar you can also sign up.
If you want to know HOW to set this up on your own WordPress.com blog visit this comprehensive tutorial from the support section of WordPress.com on how to set up a RSVP Contact form.
If you do one please share it.
I just saw this video on adding widgets to your blog. Now I need everyone to repeat. “Widgets are Wonderful”. That is the truth. They really are cool ways to add all kinds of great things to your site like RSS, catergories, past posts, pictures plus more.
But take a few minutes to check out this video. If you want I will go a bit deeper on the topic later.
Just click this link to be taken to the video on putting widgets on your sidebar.
It is very important that you DO NOT CHECK the option to have only those registered in WordPress.com to comment on your site if you want folks outside of the community to post a comment. Be sure the option in the picture below is NOT checked.
Also read this information in the WordPress.com support about your comment setting.
I am providing a blog posting checklist for you to refer to when creating your blog posts. Please make and keep a copy(ies) near your computer. Click here for a copy of your Blogging Checklist.
Don’t forget you can add other options to your checklist.
This is a short tutorial on how to add video on your wordpress.com site. It is on the WordPress.tv site. It is clear and walks you through using this cool plugin feature.
Note that using a self-hosted WordPress.org means you insert a plug-in. But using the hosted WordPress.com means you must pay for an upgrade.
View the video now on how to add video.