How to build a chocolate handmade Facebook page with Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest!
The post will take you through the steps you need to take to get your own handmade chocolate blog up and running.
If you want to create your own homemade chocolate blog, you’ll need to register on Instagram and Facebook.
If Instagram and Pinterest are not your thing, you can download the Instagram and Google+ app to create an account.
Once you’ve created an account, you need a Facebook account to post your content.
We’re also assuming you’re already using Instagram and/or Pinterest for your business.
If not, you should definitely register for one of these services to get started.
If your blog is already live, click the “Register” button to get the details of the site and upload your content to the page.
Next, you will need to create and share a page on your blog to get a feel for the process of building a homemade chocolate website.
This step will be a little bit different depending on what platform you’re using.
Instagram has the default template, so you can choose your template by clicking on “Instagram” in the top menu.
The default template for the Chocolate Making and Marketing page looks like this: template=”http://mydesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Cookie-and-Kitty-Poo.jpg” source Google news (Canada, United States) title Chocolate Making & Marketing Template with a little help from Instagram, Google+ and Facebook article We’re going to use this template to create our chocolate blog.
You’ll want to take some time to understand how to build this page.
If, after doing the steps above, you still don’t have any pages ready, you’re going, in fact, on your own.
We’ll walk you through creating a basic cookie-and and kitten-poo cookie-making blog and share some tips for getting started.
Before you start, remember that you’ll be working with Google+ because you’ll have a Google+ account.
We won’t be using Pinterest for the chocolate blog because we’ve decided to use Pinterest for our cookie- and kitten poo blog.
If using Pinterest is important to you, make sure to click on “Sign up” when signing up for your account.
You will then be prompted to enter your Google+ username and password.
If this is the first time you have used Google+, you’ll see a pop-up saying “Sign in with your Google account”.
This will allow you to log in to your Google Profile.
If the pop-ups doesn’t appear, click on the “Sign out” button on the top right corner.
You can now see your profile in the Google+ Community.
You should also click on your username and click “View profile”.
This shows you your Google profile page.
Click on “Profile” and you’ll find your profile image.
If it looks familiar, that’s because it is the same image that was used for the Facebook page.
In order to build your own chocolate blog on Pinterest, you are going to need to upload your cookie-pow cookie-made cookie-ketchup image.
This is what we’ll be using for the cookie-kitched chocolate-filled coffee-and kitten pong cookies.
If we’re going with a vanilla coffee-ketching template, you may have already created a cookie-maker template that you can upload to your own personal account.
If so, just copy the template below and paste it into your new profile.
template=”cookie-ketched-ketcher.png” source Pinterest (USA) title Cookie-Ketched Coffee-Pong Cookies Template with Cookie Maker Template article To begin building your cookie recipe, you want your cookie to look like this (the base color of your coffee-pong is the darkest color that you have available): base_color=”dark_gray” source Instagram (USA, United Kingdom) title Making Chocolate Cookie Kit with Cookie-ketches source Googlenews (USA), Pinterest (UK) title Make chocolate-pooty cookies with your own cookie-sketching photo source Google+ (USA/United Kingdom)