Remember Leslie Saeta, the blogger and radio host extraordinaire who organized the 30 Paintings in 30 Days Challenge? Well, she is at it again, this time using her know-how and her generosity to inspire her followers in a 30 Marketing Ideas in 30 Days Challenge.
I am no-way, no-how in a position to do 30 new marketing ideas this month, with everything else I having going on. However, I am taking notes and trying new things and even making some new friends along the way. The other day, Leslie taught everyone how to make photo buttons for their websites and blogs. So, instead of using text to invite someone to click to something, you use the photo button. I have always wanted to know how to make those photo buttons, so I am quite excited! I made the one above.
I was able to figure out how to make it clickable in the right column of my blog (over there ---> check it out! ----->). However, I have not been able to figure out how to make it clickable directly from this blogpost. I know my blogging friend Sharon Graves knows how, so I am hoping she will shine her light in here sometime and enlighten me. Do you remember Sharon? She is the one who does all the wonderful nature art and interviewed me for her blog a few weeks ago.
Jane Doe Update:
Wow, blogger is being weird tonight. I had this update on my blog, and then I didn't...
For those new to my blog, my dog Jane Doe had a very serious knee surgery at the beginning of April and is now confined to a crate, except for potty breaks, for the duration of her recovery. Five weeks down, three months to go. Not kidding! The photo to the left is pre-surgery days, when she was free to walk without a leash and without a sling in front of her rear legs supporting part of her weight (and to prevent a fall).
For the update, I will say that Jane Doe is "making the best of it." As are we. Keeping my wildly active dog confined is one of the hardest things I will ever have to do. I am still sleeping on the floor beside her crate, but I have a good piece of foam to sleep on. Very comfortable, and Jane likes having me near. Thanks for caring...