July 28, 2014

Community News Section Has Been Added!

Just a quick update to let everyone know that I have added a community news section to the right sidebar of the site. I’ll be adding links to posts that I come across on topics related to social media and blogging that I think are worth sharing.

You’ll notice below the list there is a link to submit news and a link for the news feed. First, the feed will be kept separate from the main RSS feed, so if you’re subscribed to the main feed already you don’t have to worry about getting unwanted news updates. Nothing will change unless you subscribe to the news feed.

If you have something that you would like to share in the community news, please feel free to use the submission form, that’s what it’s there for. You are welcome to submit your own posts as well as those of others, but not everything will get posted, they’ll all be moderated for relevance and quality.

If you have any suggestions, please let me know. (There may be some upcoming changes to the styling of the news list. It’s 2:15 AM and I can’t think straight at this point).

About Steven Snell

Steven is a web designer, blogger, and freelance writer.

2 comments

  1. Great idea this community news.

    I have just recently added it to both ImJustCreative and WeAreJustCreative. Also adding it my new project, SoulTweet.com.

    It really helps open things up, and frankly, most people are keen to get their links out to as many places as possible. If you look at Adelles Fuel Your Creativity site, the Community links page is choc full of submitted links now.

    So good stuff, will certainly keep an eye out for interesting related articles.

    Best
    Graham

  2. Graham,
    Cool, I’ll have to check your site, hadn’t noticed it there before. Your re-design looks great by the way.

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