I know I've raved on here before about These Are My Stamps, the fantastic new site built by demonstrators for demonstrators, and here I go again, because my amazing friends Kristin and Aron have added features that are going to knock your socks off if you are a blogger!
Weekly Deal Link Generator
Every Tuesday when the Weekly Deal comes out, I used to spend twenty minutes or more composing a blog post, laboriously looking up each and every sale item in my online store, typing it out and linking it. Now, it takes me less than five minutes to post the Weekly Deals because TAMS now has a Weekly Deal link generator. Once I've logged in, TAMS adds my demonstrator ID to the html links so they will go to MY DBWS and not the main site. Then I just copy the code to my blog post and it's done!
I can choose either a straight text list, or photos of the products, with or without item numbers and sale vs. regular prices, whichever I prefer. It looks professional, is completely clickable, takes just a minute to do each week, and best of all, is FREE to all users regardless of whether or not you are on the TAMS Pro plan.
Weekly Deal Blog Widget
How would you like a sweet, professional-looking slideshow of the weekly specials that automatically appeared on your blog each Tuesday without you having to lift a finger? And how would you like it if the pictures of the sale items were clickable links, and went straight to your own DBWS? Yeah, I thought so!
TAMS has just such a widget, and has made it ridiculously easy to install in any blog platform. It's even customizable in width, so no matter what blog layout you use, it will display correctly.
If you use these amazing new tools, be sure to leave a note thanking the TAMS team for generously providing them for the good of all Stampin' Up demonstrators! I hope you'll check out how TAMS can help you streamline your to-do list as it has mine. Be sure to like TAMS on Facebook so you can hear first about all the latest and greatest updates.
Dream BIG, friend! Ready to enjoy blogging again?