From ideas to execution, Zoho Connect is your organization's private social network that redefines the way your employees and teams share information and collaborate with each other.
Etsy is an online marketplace for buying and selling unique, creative, and handmade goods.Etsy Integrations
It's easy to connect Zoho Connect + Etsy without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.
Triggers when a new event is added.
Triggers when a new status (Feed) is added.
Triggers when new member is added to a group.
Triggers when you are mentioned in a status.
Triggers when new member is added to a network.
Triggers when a new task is added.
Triggers when there is a new active listing.
Triggers when there is a new Invoice.
Triggers when there is a new transaction. (Needs full access for application)
Triggers when a new user is created.
Adds user to a group (invite and add, if the user is not a member of the network).
Adds a new event in a specific group.
Adds a new status (Feed) in a specific group.
Creates a private event.
Adds a private task.
Adds a new task in a specific board.
Sends an invite to the user to join your network.
Zoho Connect is a top for small businesses, freelancers and consultants to provide services to their clients. Zoho Connect is made up of a number of different components that allow the individual to manage their workflow, communicate with their clients and take payments from their clients.
Etsy is an online marketplace where people can sell handmade or vintage items. It was founded on June 20, 2005 in Brooklyn, New York by Rob Kalin. The company was founded to connect artisans and consumers alike. It started out as a website for the sale of handmade or vintage goods, but has now expanded its product listing to include vintage and contemporary products. Etsy generates revenue by charging sellers on its site a listing fee of three dplars and twenty eight cents, and last year, the company had revenues of over $300 million. Etsy is also a major supporter of small business owners and has even released a report on the small business trends for 2013. Etsy is also known for its open source approach to business. It believes in sharing information with its sellers and gives everyone the opportunity to contribute to the seller’s community through forums and blogs.
The integration of these two entities will allow sellers on Etsy to improve their business strategies by making more informed decisions based on the data provided by Zoho Connect. Zoho Connect will provide a more robust service to users by providing them with tops that are optimized for the online environment. In addition, both Zoho Connect and Etsy will see an increase in traffic and sales due to the fact that both are promoting each other’s products.
The benefits of this integration include:
Zoho Connect and Etsy have realized that they do not always have to compete with each other for traffic or customers because they have realized that there is no limit as to how many potential customers there are out there. As a result, both companies are working together to provide better service to their existing customers and bring in new ones in the process.
Chapter 19 - How to build a WordPress Website
by Frank Bures (http://frankbures.com/)
What You’ll Learn
In this chapter you’ll learn how WordPress works, how it creates your website, what you need in order to use it, how to install it, and how to customize it so your website is not just functional, but is beautiful as well.
WordPress by Example
WordPress is a content management system (CMS. A CMS allows you to create webpages without knowing any code or designing graphics yourself. WordPress manages all the design elements itself, so you can focus on writing your content rather than worrying about how your website looks or how your pages are organized on the screen when your visitors access them in their web browsers. All you need to know is how to write content (which you already know how to do.
You create a new webpage in WordPress by creating a post (or an entry. Posts are then grouped into categories (such as “news”), and categories are grouped into themes (such as “technpogy”. You can create subcategories underneath any category you like (for example, under “news” you might have “tech news” and “sports news”. And within each category page you can add links that lead directly to any post you like within that category; this is called a post list or archive page, depending on how you organize it.
For example, here’s how I organized my blog. http://www.frankbures.com/blog/. On that page I have five categories. “about” (about me), “books” (information about my books), “other projects” (information about my other projects), “talks” (lectures I give), and “writing” (information about my writing process. Underneath each of those categories is a list of posts I’ve created; there are currently 110 posts listed on my blog! Each post links directly to the original full text post I wrote on my blog at some point in time; this way you can go directly from my blog page straight to one of my posts whenever you like.* I also included a link at the top of each category page that leads directly back to my main blog page so readers can easily navigate around my website whenever they like (see Figure 19–1.
So when you set up your blog using WordPress you can be sure that all your pages are connected properly and can link back and forth between themselves easily; this makes it much easier for readers to browse through your site as well as for search engines like Google or Yahoo! Search to index all your pages properly so your website ranks higher than others in search results!*
If you ever want to add a new category or new theme or change some settings on your WordPress website—most likely something will come up at some point—you don’t have to do anything fancy or hire some expensive designer; you just log into your WordPress account using your username and password** (Figure 19–2. and make your changes right from the WordPress admin conspe (Figure 19–3. This way you don’t need any technical expertise or knowledge; all you need is access to your WordPress dashboard!
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