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suggest an improvement to my blog? Need to fill white space.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Bostoncab, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    So I am am using a free political theme for my political campaign site. The theme was set up for Google ads and I had them running.

    Turns out according to the laws of my state this would be a defacto violation of campaign finance laws. I had to remove the ads. Dumb I know but tons of laws are.

    Now with the ads removed I have a giant white space below my widgets. I am looking for a suggestion on what I can slam in there. Willing to consider anything..

    Also any other suggestions you can make are most welcome!

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    Man I am a dubshit.. I didnt include the blog link..

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    Maybe a facebook widget. It will be the right size and blend with your colors and will add to your credibility if people see their friends "like" you. If no one likes you it will look really bad though...
     
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    Not bad I was thinking either that or a twitter feed. I probably should have mentioned it needs to be something that will fit in that spot. There is a slot in the theme editor to change what code goes in that spot. Do facebook and/or twitter feeds work on javascript or something I can copy and paste into that spot?

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