TIPS FOR USERS on tscoterie.wpengine.com
The Southern Coterie is striving to be the best resource for the entrepreneurial South and we are excited to share the new streamlined www.tscoterie.wpengine.com.
Since 2011, we have been bringing our community some of the South’s best content through our member posts and weekly newsletter. Full of created and curated posts from the fabulous C-Team of contributors, our newsletter spotlights the people, places, and products that are drawing attention to our South.
The Southern Coterie is your place to learn, ask questions, share experiences and communicate with our friends. You’ll find a compelling mix of lifestyle and business posts – who says you can’t mix business and pleasure?
We look forward to seeing your upcoming posts to the site.
We are working through kinks and tweaking the site so please get back in touch with any feedback, suggestions or questions at email@example.com.
Cheri and Whitney Co-Founders
TIPS for USERS
1. All users must request a password change the first time you log into the new site. Click “Sign In” from the top right. Then click the “Lost Your Password?” link at the bottom of the screen. Enter the email assigned to your account and you will be sent an email with instructions on how to update your password. Double check your spam folder if you don’t receive the email in seconds. Your user name is different than your email when you log back in.
2. After logging in, you are taken to your profile activity feed. From there you can write a post and view your feed.
3. All aspects of your profile can be edited or viewed from the “Welcome, username” button at the top right in the black admin bar.
5. For your blog posts, please select one of the three CATEGORIES (Connect, Collaborate, Create) for your post to be sorted to – here are the explanations of our three pillars …
Conversations, Q&A, Case Studies on cross promotion and partnerships
staying true to our roots with lifestyle content to inspire:
recipes, products, travel, books, movies, musings, DIY projects, history