05-23-2011 07:35 PM - edited 05-23-2011 07:35 PM
I just checked my ranking in the mystery section. I'm currently number 98!!! Even though I'm 98 out of the top 100, I still feel very proud. Did anyone here buy my book??? I have a bunch of unaccounted sales.
05-24-2011 06:20 AM
05-24-2011 04:34 PM
05-24-2011 04:50 PM - edited 05-24-2011 05:21 PM
Derek.. Awesome cover! Me likey!
Good question about the link.. I've been putzin around with that issue myself... as you can plainly see below...
05-24-2011 10:42 PM
05-25-2011 11:09 AM - edited 05-25-2011 12:39 PM
Derek and Tim,
Here is the link to Ken's post on Creating Signatures.
I'll post the instructions in their entirety here here anyway, just to annoy you with the xtra-long post :
Creating a Signature
First from the Connect Home Page select My Settings, then Personal Profile, then Personal Information, then the Signature Box.
Whatever you enter in the Signature Box will become your signature. So if you want a simple signature just enter "Thanks, Mary Lou" or what ever you choose.
Note signatures can be changed or deleted at any time.
Now lets say you want a signature with web links as in the example above. Again we just enter some text in the Signature Box but this time we use a little HTML code. Now do you don't need to know anything about HTML if you just follow the text below and replace the parts in red with your addresses. Important note - this is just one line of text, do not insert any extra spaces or carriage returns.
The final stage is to include an image. Now the image must already be be on some web and you must know its address. In the example shown below I'm refering to an image called mybanner.jpg.
<p><font size="1"><em><font color="#0000ff">Thanks, Mary Lou </font></em></font>
<font size="1"><em><font color="#FF0000">
<font size="1"><em><font color="#0000ff"> </font></em>
</font><font size="1"><em><font color="#FF0000"> <a title="Bookshop" rel="nofollow" href="http://stores.lulu.com/store.php?fAcctID=999999" target="_blank">
See my Bookshop</a></font></em></font>