I have shown you how to link your website to Google My Business in Thesis 2.1 and now I’m going to show you how to do this in Genesis 2.1. This is the Genesis website I've been using for demonstration. I’ve got Genesis 2.1 here and the way you setup this is very much the same as
The next thing that we're going to do then is coordinate the site with Google. Now that we've got our Google+ content and profile put together, we need to do go to the website and link to the Google My Business page. If you come over to Thesis Home what you do is come over
We’re going to continue working on the Google My Business Page and setting up multiple managers. We want to finish setting up Julie as a manager. We're going to upload an image. Select it and it's this one here, again 250x250 is the minimum size but I actually made a 320x320. Then Rosehill Dental Practice
Now that we have the Google+ profile completed we are going to continue working towards our coordination of this WordPress website and Google My Business. I'm going to go to Google My Business now and this is their new starting place. I'm going to sign in with Google My Business. And there we are. Now
The Gmail account is setup and you can now go about the process of creating your Google+ Page as the next step in creating a Google My Business page. "Add people you know". Right now I'm not going to add any people I know and I'm not going to follow anything. Hit continue anyway. Now
This whole process of setting up a Google My Business page and linking it to your website starts off by setting up a Gmail account. Now if you've already got a Gmail account, no problem you can start with your own Gmail account. But if you don't have a Gmail account set up then you
Good morning everybody and welcome to this special seminar How to Coordinate Your Site with Google My Business. The name may be a little confusing because Google My Business is what used to be called Google Local Business, Google Business Places and even once upon time Google Local. If you create a Google My Business
In this seminar we talk about the benefits of having a Google My Business page and then show you how to set it up step by step. You'll also learn how to setup multiple managers for a single business page and how to link your Google Accounts to your website.
The other thing we need to do is style this the same way this is, right? This is the type=text, this is type=email and we could change that to type=text or we could add the type=email to our style. We have a typical form input here someplace, typical post box, typical text input, this is
Now that we’ve added our background image and submit button to the MailChimp form in Thesis 2, we’re going to move on to styling the submit button. Let's come back over to our images and get this image button. Notice it's 70 pixels by 70 pixels. We'll copy that image, go back to CSS, come
Now that we’ve created our MailChimp form and added it to a Thesis 2 page, we have to add a nice big background image and then we're going to move some pieces around. Let’s begin with the image. I've already uploaded these images. I've got the big background image which is the opt-in header and
We demonstrate how to create a highly customized MailChimp opt-in form in a feature box in Thesis 2. We go through the steps of taking the HTML from the MailChimp form, adding it to the site and customizing the code. We then show how to add a background image to the form, add and style a submit button and style the form fields. This is an intermediate level seminar due to the amount of time we spend working with and refining the css code.
Now that we’ve added the AWeber Opt-in Form and a background image to the feature box in Thesis 2, we need to style our submit button. Let’s inspect that element. This is input name = submit class = submit. So what I’m going to do is take this opt in and then for the input
Now that we've created the AWeber opt-in form and added it to our Thesis 2 templates, we need to add the styles to this form. We gave this an id of opt in so we’re going to copy that id. And we’re going to come over to CSS and we are going to create a
We demonstrate how to create a highly customized AWeber opt-in form in a feature box in Thesis 2. We go through the steps of taking the HTML from the AWeber form, adding it to the site and customizing the code. We then show how to add a background image to the form, add and style a submit button and style the form fields. This is an intermediate level seminar due to the amount of time we spend working with and refining the css code.
In part 6 of this seminar on How to Install, Configure and Style the Social Media and Email Signup Boxes from DIYThemes we show how to install and style the AWeber signup form. Let’s come back over to the main dashboard and back over to boxes and select boxes. We’ll upload this in exactly in
In part 5 of this seminar on How to Install, Configure and Style the Social Media and Email Signup Boxes from DIYThemes we show how to style the MailChimp signup form. In the absence of any styling, these forms are going to look exactly the same but you can in fact, style these. And right
In part 4 of this seminar on How to Install, Configure and Style the Social Media and Email Signup Boxes from DIYThemes we show how to install and configure the MailChimp email box. And downloading of the signup box is exactly the same for both AWeber and MailChimp. You just click on this and accept
Last week we set up the goals for tracking in Google Analytics. In this session, we view the results and analyze the performance of the traffic and conversion source. Rick: Good morning Susan, how are you doing? Susan: Good morning. Rick: We are going to take a look at what we've been doing here for