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It’s election season. With Super Tuesday tomorrow and more primaries, caucuses and election news to come, it’s definitely a great time for our sites to feature more political stories.
Thankfully, our stations have the allies we need to get the job done. Dave Santrella has really focused on a great One World philosophy and I think this situation provides us with an awesome opportunity to see that idea embraced on our sites.
That brings us to John’s Monday Tip of the Week.
Townhall.com provides a lot of the best political coverage out there so we teamed up with them for an “Election 2016” back page for our Newstalk sites.
The TH development team provided us an RSS feed, which features all of the latest election news coverage that their team is providing.
Using a template that I’ve been working on with our great friends at KKNT, we put together a politics back page that we can replicate on our Newstalk sites.
Here’s what it looks like: http://1260amtheanswer.com/pages/wide/politics
.As you can see, the headlines on the left side of the page are coming from Townhall.com. When users click on them, they are directed to the respective TH pages so at the same time the headlines are appearing on our sites, we’re also supporting our sister site, Townhall.com.
The great thing about this back page concept though is that you can change it up however you want.
If you want to add headlines from your own state at the top of the screen, you can add them manually in the admin tool. If you want to change the images in the right-hand column, you can do that too. This election center template has just been placed on a regular back page so you can change it up as you like without help from the development team or from myself.
If you want to set up a “Election Center” page on your site, just let me know. The widget in the left-hand column is coming from FeedGrabbr.com so you would need to create your own widget for your own page (It’s quick and easy and I can walk you through the process in about five minutes).
Other than that though, this is a really easy process and creating a page like this would let your users see some of the biggest headlines of the election WHILE we are also supporting our great friends at Townhall.com.
If you’re interested in the idea, let me know.
This has been John’s Monday Tip of the Week.