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I responded to a person's discussion at the top on Thursday. I have not actively posted on the comment wall in a while. My fault....been distracted.
Ahem. Never mind.
I was confused because I was seeing comments from July 2013...
But then up by your name, Pierce, it says "last activity - 5 hours ago" - so where is that activity happening? I'm so confused!! Is this group just not active anymore? Thanks!!
Can you help me with a silly technical issue?
When I pull up this group page, I can only view the comments from OLDEST listed first. Is there a setting I need to change so the newest comments come up first? So I don't have to click through several pages to find most recent activity?
As always, this is great insight and advice.
Thanks for all the info. I am going to implement the changes as best I can - NUBY!!!!
It is always refreshing to be here!
Thanks for all the feedback everyone!
I agree with Cam's advice about building your homepage on a Wordpress "page" to create consistency with the site. Be sure to email your friends/family to let them know it's up and running and give them a place to subscribe to new posts.
If you're on social media, be sure to advertise new posts that way as well. I'd also take Pierce's advice about reading Platform to heart.
I second Pierce's recommendation for moving forward.
My main thoughts about the site are that it looks weird having a static homepage that is a completely different design than what the blog is. If I were you, I would move your blog (WordPress) to the main site (outside of the "blog" folder), and then create a "Page" that has your home-page text. In the Settings->Reading, you can set this page to be your homepage, and this will give you a consistent appearance between your site pages and your blog posts. :)
Hope this helps. Let us know if you have any questions, we're glad to help.
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