Introducing The New Godinterest Follow Button

Follow Godinterest

You can now add a Godinterest Follow button to your site to direct your visitors to view and follow your Godinterest feed.

The Follow button will enable people to find and follow you on Godinterest. Once someone follows your account, they’ll start seeing your Posts in their home feed.

Follow Button   Godinterest

How to install it?

It’s easy to add this button to your site or blog. It’s just a couple lines of code, which you can copy and paste onto your pages in a matter of minutes as follows:

 

  1. Go to http://godinterest.com/follow-button
  2. Simply enter your Godinterest page’s URL and Name. We recommend turning the button into a call-to-action by adding a verb like “Follow” before your personnel or company name.
  3. Select the button you want to use by clicking on the radio buttons.
  4. Click on Get button code
  5. Then simply copy and paste the embed code Godinterest provides into your site HTML wherever you want the button to appear.

Recommendations for Use

Add the ‘Follow’ button to the rest of your suite of social media follow buttons on your website and/or email communication. For example, if you promote your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ presence using follow buttons on your website’s homepage, ‘About Us’ page, ‘Contact Us’ page, or in your email messages, add your Godinterest ‘Follow’ button to the mix there, too!

 

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3 Comments on “Introducing The New Godinterest Follow Button

  1. Pingback: Introducing The New Godinterest Follow Button | Christians Anonymous

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