How to link from your site to here and why you should
- Why you should link
- How to link to the home page
- How to link to a list of events for an area
- How to link to a list of your organizations events
|Why you should link|| |
You should put a link on your website to blog.jewishnetwork.com for a number of reasons.
- When you link, you can customize the display to promote your own website.
The linking options vary depending on your level of service.
In any case, at a minimum you can include your organization's name and
link back to your site, which helps you attract repeat visitors.
- If you want to relieve yourself and your webmaster of the trouble of
updating your site, you should link to your organization's calendar.
This will display all your events, and allow you to update your
information whenever you like, without having to wait for your webmaster.
Your webmaster will also appreciate your freeing him of this task.
- Even if you list your events on your own website,
you should still include a link to blog.jewishnetwork.com
for your area or to the home page.
This is a service to your visitors, letting them know
where they can find other events.
- Lastly, as part of the Joint Marketing portion of the
by virtue of using this site and our publcizing your events,
you agreed to place a link on your site to blog.jewishnetwork.com.
To uphold your end and reciprocate for the publicity
blog.jewishnetwork.com provides for your events,
please link in one of the ways below.
|How to link to the home page|| |
Here is the HTML to put a link on your website to blog.jewishnetwork.com home page:
|How to link to a list of events for an area|| |
Here is the HTML to put a link on your website to the events in an area, by specifying
the "idarea" like this:
<A HREF="http://blog.jewishnetwork.com/u/event.asp?idarea=1">Events in South Florida</A>
Substitute the correct "idarea" for "1" in the example above.
To find the idarea, go to the area you want
and look at the url in the address field on your browser.
if you cannot find the idarea.
|How to link to a list of your organizations events|| |
Here is the HTML to put a link on your website to your organization's
events, by specifying the "idorg" like this:
<A HREF="http://blog.jewishnetwork.com/u/event.asp?idorg=1">Our Events</A>
Substitute the correct "idorg" for "1" in the example above.
To find the idorg, go to blog.jewishnetwork.com,
click the "Event" link in the upper right and sign on.
You should see a list of your organizations.
Point your mouse at the "events" link and look for the "idorg".
if you cannot find the idorg.