Today I watched a webinar with Doc Stone about SEO training
Archive for April 17th, 2013
Just watched a webinar with Janet Legere showing me how to add a new blog to an existing domain. Now I know how to get to CPanel, why you choose fantastic and how install it onto my site remembering to send the email to myself so I have all the information I need for future.
I added a calendar which I thought was very clever!! Then we learned how to get our code for our optin form from our autoresponder and paste it into my txt widget in the column on the right. I use GVO so it is not a hard setup at all. Then we had to get a banner to get that code to paste into a txt box widget with a heading in the heading box.
Writing a post wasn’t hard for me as I love writing making sure I added my picture at the bottom in the centre with a link attached.
To finish off we were encouraged to create some pages, especially an About Me page about the star of the site who is me of course and voila my site was up and running. I really love Internet Marketing.
Review On My Day Out With Me
Today I took myself out on a date to the movies The Silence of Love (Tous les Soleils) and a snack at Finns in our village – Paekakariki. Fabulous day out and I had such a good time. The Movie was great – French/Italian language with English subtitles and it made me laugh in several scenes as well as weep in the very last scene. Thank you Me. While I was snacking on my hot chips with the yummy secret sauce, I got inspiration as to what action I should be taking to help me achieve one of my biggest goals. So treating oneself to a day out was very advantageous for me.
Let me tell you a little bit about Finns while I am here.
Finns is the hotel situated on the right corner of Paekakariki as you come over the Railway lines from State Highway 1. I suppose the driving distance from Wellington would be about 35 minutes, and by Train about 45 minutes with the Railway station only a 3 minute walk along the side of the Hotel. Our train timetable is very frequent with trains going in both directions every half hour on the quarter hour. For those who want to stay in our seaside village, trains run direct to our famous Westpac Stadium in Wellington for the big shows and games.
Finns itself offers many delights for the local community as well as the ever-flowing tourist community. I personally like the cinema which seats around 27 people. Just nice and cosy and a great place to be when it is raining outside. Movie times vary through the day from 11.30am through to
They also feature a cafe/restaurant/bar which is very popular on the 5 days that it is open every week for the main meals of breakfast, lunch, dinner and all day snacks with internal as well as external seating areas that cater for smokers and non-smokers, children, animals and of course everyone else in between.
There is accommodation offered featuring studio units which include usual tea and coffee making facilities, and microwave; with private bathroom, spa bath, telephone, relaxing lounging area, flat screen TV and a sliding door opening out onto a private patio with views of the village itself.
If you wish, Finns will arrange laundry and dry cleaning services. They have a lift facility, deliver newspapers, store luggage, room service, breakfast in the room, fax and photocopying machines, a very handy ATM cash machine, snack vending machines, and special diet menus upon request, Wi-Fi and free parking.
Paekakariki Beach of which I speak so often is a mere 5 minute walk up the street.