On your clients property websites, you can choose how to display the attribution for photography. Whether you want to display your business name, your photographers name, or nothing at all; you can set up additional attributions and select those for any property site you create. This article will help walk you through setting up additional attributions. For steps on how to select the attribution on a property site, click here.
How to set up site attributions
Click the steps below for a detailed walk-through:
Step 1: Click the Business tab
Step 2: Click the Site Attribution tab
Step 3: Click "Create a New Attribution Option"
Step 4: Fill in Attribution Name
Step 5: Fill in Attribution Web Address
Step 6: Enter a Display Pattern
Step 7: Click "Ok"
Step 8: Select Default attribution
Step 1: Click the Business tab at the top of the page.
Step 2: Click the Site Attribution tab on the left-hand side.
Step 3: Click the "Create a New Attribution Option" button.
Step 4: Fill in the Attribution Name with how you want the name displayed on the site. Note: you can use site attributions to display sponsors as well.
Step 5: When someone clicks on the site attribution, you can have them directed to another web address such as your business site or a page of your photographers sample work. In the Attribution Web Address, enter in the URL that you would like the viewer directed to when the attribution is clicked on.
Step 6: In the Display Pattern box, enter in how you want the attribution displayed. For example, if you have clients who only order floor plans, you can set up an attribution to display as "Floor Plans by Demo Photography" instead of "Photography by Demo Photography".
Step 7: Click the "Ok" button to save your new site attribution.
Step 8: If you would like to set a default attribution for all of your sites, you can do so by clicking the checkbox next to your desired attribution. For steps on setting the attribution for a specific property site, click here.
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