To assist in making the DotNetNuke Tell A Friend module even easier to find. We have made the link http://www.dnntellafriend.com Please use this link to keep track of this and other popular dnn modules from us.
We have released a new version of the popular module for DotNetNuke that allows you to Tell A Friend of your website and email them the details of the website. This new version includes several updates that improve SEO crawls. You can find more details about this and other DNN modules on our sites.
We have release an update to our DNN Email Solution. Bulk Emailer – Advanced DNN Email Bulk Emailer is the most advanced fully featured email manager module for DotNetNuke. Use Bulk Emailer to deliver rich personalised and dynamic content to DNN users, custom lists, and integrated CRM contacts. Establish advanced auto responding campaigns, with automatic follow up email messages to people who click a link in a previous email. Provide Opt-in with previous email message catch-up running at a spaced interval, allowing you to provide a consistent communication service to your customers or members. Bulk Emailer is packed full of features that make it the clear leader in the DNN Email Marketing Modules.
Google Analytics Report Module allows you to display your Google Analytics Graphs in a custom module on your DNN website. This allows you to use the Google Analytics free service with your clients websites, and deliver the results directly to the client without them leaving the DNN platform. This effectively replaces the DNN site log data with a neat flash colour grap of the Analytics Report data. More Details at: http://www.dnn-module.net/analyticsreport
Don’t you hate it? A developer is away on holiday the exact time you need to update some code in TFS only to find it checked out and locked by them. The other day while working on our unreleased DotNetNuke Module Easy Events – Event Calendar (example running here) this happened. Open up a Visual Studio command prompt and run the following (replacing items with your details): tf undo “$/PROJECTNAME/FOLDER/FILE.EXTENSION” /WORKSPACE:MYDEVBOXNAME;Domain\User /server:SERVERNAME /recursive