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How to Build a Workflow on Office 365?

In this video, Rico will show you step-by-step instructions on how to build a simple expense approval workflow with the new Webparts360 for Office 365. It covers forms, workflow routing, business rules. Webparts360 provides a point and click workflow designer that makes it easy to build business workflow quickly. You can build quickly both simple and complex worklfows; with the following capabilities: Field level permission control Transaction processing capabilities Role based forms with branching logic Parent-child data entry forms HTML data input style with JavaScript support
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Categories: How to and SharePoint Application Development.

How to add a Facebook like box to WordPress

There are several Facebook Social Plugins you can implement on your WordPress site. The entire list can be found here. Here are the steps I took to place a Facebook Like Box plugin on my site. Go to the Facebook Like Box page Enter your Facebook BUSINESS PAGE URL (no personal page) Click the “Get Code” at the bottom Place Javascript SDK on your site Place the code where you want the widget to appear on your site  
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New Facebook Profile Picture Update

On April 26, 2012 – Facebook will be updating the size of the profile picture on all Pages. In order to prepare for this change, we have created a short blog post in advance so that you can update your profile picture on April 26. The new profile picture will be 160 x 160 pixels and will sit at 23 pixels from the left and 210 pixels from the top of the Page. If what EyeTrackShop says is true, then it is your PROFILE picture that attracts the most attention on Klout and Facebook.  
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Foundations of a successful campaign

Thank you for joining us today, and to the San Ramon Chamber of Commerce and UC Davis for organizing today’s presentation. The slides used today is posted below. As per our meeting, if you have questions from today’s session, please leave us a comment below. Here is the link to join us in our monthly Social Media Marketing 101 Meetup Group: Foundations of a successful campaign View more presentations from Webivia.
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Facebook Guide for Professional Business Owners; The Next Step

Facebook for business owners… You have set up your professional Facebook page using any number of online sources. You have updated your info, uploaded your photos and maybe added an app or two. Now what? Here is a step-by-step guide about the “Next Step” for professional business owners. Get the word out Use your existing email list or customer contacts, Facebook will generate an email to all those contacts you already have! Log on to your Facebook business page. Go to “Edit Page” on top right hand side of your business page Go to “Resources” on the left hand column Go
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Is social media for me?

This is an introductory training series for Social Media, a 15 minutes segment for business executives to get started. This is by no means a technical presentation, it just covers the possibilities and a few reasons why it’s important. Webivia social media marketing View more presentations from stanussr.
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How to create a customized 404 page for your website

Yes, having broken links or hard to reach pages where misspelled words are common will eventually lead your web visitors to the infamous HTML code 404 – Page Not Found. Should we ensure that this never happens? We can try, but just in case, rather than provide a simple “Not Found” message like this, we can always make our own.
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Migrating from Blogger to WordPress – a self help guide part 1

Blogspot is a great blogging platform, easy to use, and FREE. It does, however, have some limitations, and if you have reached one of these limits, this two part self help guide will help you migrate to a self-hosted WordPress site. I have written this guide while performing the migration referencing the work of several other bloggers – while taking into consideration the following:
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