Category: technical

Dec 21

Creating place images

Place images combine images of places with place-name images.   These images must be square. For example the size can be 400×400, 500×500 or 600×600. These images can be as small as 400×400 and as big as 700×700 or any number in between. The text and abstract must be from an approved format. The background …

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Dec 17

Organizing posts

Don’t edit any posts that are marked “DO NOT DELETE”.  That means they’ve already been edited.   Sort Each Post by Price Category The price categories are: Affordable = less than $400,000 Standard = from $400,000 to $800,000 Luxury = from $800,000 to $1,300,000 Super Luxury = $1,300,000 and up   Click “update” or publish.  …

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Nov 13

Attempting to use Feed to Post from WP RSS Multi-importer

Jul 08

Control Panel

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Access the Control Panel here.  If you need access you will be provided credentials.   Click on the image for a larger version of this screenshot. The Links panel has a list of custom links, many of which I and other bloggers like you created.  If you need an RSS URL simply use the search …

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May 10

Creating a “Yelp” post

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A “Yelp” post is about businesses that serve a community where people might want to buy a house.  To write a “Yelp” post, start by picking an area.  For a list of the areas we serve, check: Territory; or, Sitemap. It’s not helpful for our readers or desirable for our writers to start at “top …

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Mar 01

Adding listings to your post

Ultimately our blog is about real estate. We want to provide useful information about real estate, neighborhoods and hang-outs in Northern Virginia so we can sell homes. The more homes we sell, the more we can afford to pay bloggers. (That’s a hint.) Once you have demonstrated the ability to master some of the most …

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Mar 01

Adding a link to your post

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Every post you write should include one or two links (also called hyperlinks) to relevant material in one of our sites. We most often like to link to towns/cities/communities, but we also like links to schools, zipcodes, condos and subdivisions. You can find a list of pages here on our our sitemap. A sitemap is …

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