Entries Tagged as 'Website Committee'

Good Morning Conejo Networking!

Some of you may have noticed a strange email in the past 24 hrs. from WordPress regarding Conejo Networking. If you didn’t get it, the email was likely blocked or went into your Spam Folder, or you may already be registered on the Conejo Networking Blog.

The email contains your User Name and temporary password for logging onto our blog in order to actively participate in marketing your business. You can also pick up your User Name and Password during the meeting on Fri. Aug. 28th.

During my presentation, you’ll see how to:

  • change your password
  • give a post membership-only visibility
  • password-protect a post
  • publish a content-driven post
  • increase the visibility of a post
  • create a link in a post

I’ll look forward to seeing all your smiling faces!

    So, you want to be on the website committee?

    Welcome to Cyberspace — a whole new dimension of possibilities for the independent business person and entrepreneur. Let’s explore this virtual world together, beginning with our first “informal” committee meeting. By using this method of “meeting,” it’s my hope that we will all become more familiar with blogging and learning how to use this site.

    If you’re like me, you have very few time slots in which to fit extra meetings. This venue lets us go online at our convenience and participate in a dialog. Let’s try it out to see how it works for us.

    To create a post (this article is a post), or comment to someone else’s post, you need to be logged in. If you haven’t registered, you need to register before you can log in. Registration is a one-time process.

    • The first thing I’d like the committee to do, is form a mission statement to tell us what we’re supposed to do
    • Next we should use and “analyze” the site and discuss the need for changes and additions

    Let’s start with those two things. To discuss you can either create a new post, or comment on this one.