While this blog post was geared specifically towards the EN 2 platform, the basics are pretty much the same for any platform, perhaps with different names for each step.

Blog Posts and media

CREATING A BLOG POST

To learn how to properly create a post on the ENV2 platform, please refer to our tutorial video in our knowledgebase HERE.

 

How to Create a HyperLink

1. Using your mouse, highlight the text that you want to make clickable.

2. Click on the Hyperlink button in the Toolbar (this is the button that has a logo that resembles a chain)

3. Paste the link you want to direct someone to in the URL field of the Hyperlink pop-up window.

4. Click the "ok" button in the Hyperlink pop-up window.

 

By following these steps you will get a link that LOOKS LIKE THIS!

 

How to insert a clickable image:

1. Choose the TEXT post option

2. In your TEXT post, choose the ADD MEDIA option and insert your image

3. Using your mouse, highlight the image that you want to make clickable.

4. Click on the Hyperlink button in the Toolbar (this is the button that has a logo that resembles a chain)

5. Paste the link you want to direct someone to in the URL field of the Hyperlink pop-up window.

6. Click the "save" button in the Hyperlink pop-up window.

 

 

To embed a video:

1: In a TEXT post, place your cursor where you would like to embed your video.

2. Click on the ADD MEDIA button

3. Select the VIDEO option

4. Paste the video URL into the EMBED FROM URL option (you can also choose the UPLOAD FROM COMPUTER or CHOOSE FROM GALLEY options if you have MEDIA HOSTING on your account).

 

 

Alternatively, you may also create a video post by:

Log in to your Empower Network Account. On the right side of the page after you log in you can select hover over the blue buttons until you reach the video one which is the fourth blue click box from the right. From there fill in the require fields and click add video.

 

 

My good friend and associate really hit the mark on this one so had to share

Are your personal Facebook profile set up for business?

Are your personal Facebook profile
set up for business?

How to Personalize Your Facebook Profile for businesss.

It’s a good idea to create a Facebook profile that shows who you are, as much as possible. This will encourage people to want to be your friend or maybe future business partner. Some of the areas you should think of, when personalizing your profile include:

 

  • Using a “smiling” profile picture.

  • Add your favorite sayings in Favorite Quotations.

  • Write a short bio.

  • Include photo albums.

  • Include your workplace and homepage or blog

  • Include your hometown.

  • Add your family members.

  • Update your marital status.

  • What you’re looking for: Friendship, Networking, Men, Women.

 

In this video, you will learn how to promote yourself properly and make it simple for people to connect with you!

 

 

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    The very mention of SEO can bring up a whole slew of reactions from "totally being confused", "afraid of it" to "Its so complicated." For new bloggers.

    The truth is that SEO can be really simple and easy or you can go hire a professional and they will do the Complicated, detailed SEO that scares everyone else away.
    Does it make a difference if you use complicated versus simple? I have no clue.. as I have never done any SEO beyond the simple.

    One thing I did forget to put in the video is you want to link your business page etc to several words in the blog... again I like the same policy that I do with key words, one link per paragraph. You can do more, and I have, but remember not to make it look spammy with links and keep the links relative to the posts. (My personal opinion is do not do adwords on your blog, they look spammy and go to things totally unrelated and for me that is a sure fire way to make me angry and you don't want angry readers.)

    The best guide for whether your post looks spammy or overdone is to look at it and ask yourself "If I were reading this as a guest, would I buy the product? Does it look spammy?  or Do I find it entertaining?"
    If you wouldn't "buy" it then neither will your guests. If it looks spammy, your guests will think so too.

    and as an added bonus: Keep the background of your blog to quiet tones and peaceful photos... backgrounds that are LOUD and SCREAMING look at me will do exactly that, cause the reader to look at them and NOT the post you spent your precious time writing. In a lot of cases, the reader will ket tired of be pulled away and just leave, deciding not to return in the future.

    Until next time my friend!
    Have an Awesome Day
    Kat Cooley



    P.S. Has the Christmas/Holiday season maxed your credit cards?
    Are you "Burning the Candle" at Both Ends And in the Middle?
    Did you Try to rob Peter to pay Paul only to find Peter was dead broke to?
    Connect with me today and let me show you how I can help you find solutions to your financial worries with programs like this one, where you blog to earn money or with another that is as simple as copying and pasting.

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cooleykat
    Skype: kcsline
    Email: katshands@gmail.com

    Of course I do not guarantee that you will become successful by doing anything I suggest. There are simply too many factors that play into the results... such as "Do you treat your business, like a business?"  or Are you committed no matter what?
    You get the point, right?

    I can and will show you income disclosure and need to let you know that I am an affilate and there is a good chance if you sign up for anything from this blog or from talking to me I will make a commission

    Romance Scammers: Don't Fall For One of These

    Recently I had a conversation with a connection online where she was talking about the "Lonely" desparate men trying to connect with her. I pointed out that many of those "Lonely" men are actually "Romannce Scammers." To which she responded she hadn't thought about that.
    So I decided it was time to do another post on this topic. Perhaps it will keep someone from falling for these Masters of Romance Scamming

    In 2010 I was talking with a man online that turned out to be a Romance Scammer and the only reason he did not succeed with me is because I had no money.

    After I realized who he was (we talked for about a year) I did a report on Romance Scammers for a college project. The information contained here is from that report.
    Here is another post I did on a similar topic:
    Simple Things to Remember to Trip up the Tripsters

    In 2010 Romance Scammers netted $15 MILLION Dollars 3 Million more than all other online scams combined. And this is only the ones that got reported.
    The average scammer netted $100,000 from victims that they convinced to remortgage their homes.

    I can hear you now saying "that could never happen to me, I'm too smart for that"
    The truth is, Romance Scammers are very smart, they study their intended victim and zero in on weaknesses and soft spots... my scammer prayed with me all the time.
    In this video I discuss how to spot a scammer on the most common social site Facebook and what to do when you do spot one. The following is a photo I found with the stats from 2012




    Has the Christmas/Holiday season maxed your credit cards?
    Are you "Burning the Candle" at Both Ends And in the Middle?
    Did you Try to rob Peter to pay Paul only to find Peter was dead broke too?
    Connect with me today and let me show you how I can help you find solutions to your financial worries with programs like this one, where you blog to earn money or with another that is as simple as copying and pasting.

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cooleykat
    Skype: kcsline
    Email: katshands@gmail.com

    Have an Awesome Week!

    Of course I do not guarantee that you will become successful by doing anything I suggest. There are simply too many factors that play into the results... such as "Do you treat your business, like a business?" or Are you committed no matter what?
    You get the point, right?

    I can and will show you income disclosure and need to let you know that I am an affilate and there is a good chance if you sign up for anything from this blog or from talking to me I will make a commission

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      FINDING WHERE YOU FIT

      The Internet today provides us with so many different options for working, buying etc. Because of this Finding Where You Fit is ever so much more important now than it has been in the past.

      It is important that you know where you fit. Trying to fit where you don't belong is a bit like trying to shove a square peg into a round hole. I don't care how many times you try you will never get that peg in that hole.

      Especially when it comes to Network Marketing i.e. Working from Home etc.
      "Network marketing programs are like your best friend, everyone has a best friend but not everyone is your best friend." K. Cooley

      If you find you are constantly hitting a dead end or brick wall instead of success check what you are doing and make sure that is the best Fit for you.
      Now when I said in the video that trying to do whatever others told me to do what I am referring to is topics on videos or blogs. Keeping my video to under a certain time limit. (I try to stick close to it thought) Trying to work early and go to bed early. etc. I do not mean don't listen to your sponsor or mentor about where & when to advertise. What your daily activities should be. What to blog about and other such information. In fact for most of you, letting your mentor suggest topics etc is exactly what you need to get started.

      That said:
      If you are struggling online, looking to make extra cash or just want to bounce ideas off someone, then Connect with me and let me help you in your quest for Finding Where You Fit.

      Kat Cooley
      email: katshands@gmail.com
      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cooleykat
      Skype: kcsline

      Note: if you use FB or Skype please send me a short message of where you got my information or what you are looking for so I know to add you right away

      Have an Awesome Week!

      Of course I do not guarantee that you will become successful by doing anything I suggest. There are simply too many factors that play into the results... such as "Do you treat your business, like a business?" Are you committed no matter what?
      You get the point, right?

       

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