Trying out some tCn badges

We're on tCn!As we begin to build up awareness of tCn, we realised that some construction industry organisations and individuals might be able to help us by including the tCn logo on their websites and blogs.

I'm on tCnWe have therefore been tinkering around with a couple of  ‘tCn badges‘ that simply show a company or person’s involvement with tCn, and – if linked to www.tcn.uk.com – also help other people find about tCn (you can see an example in the side bar of Paul Wilkinson’s blog home page; a construction PR and marketing specialist, Paul has recently been helping tCn with its social media presence).

Design Build SolarOne organisation, however, beat us to it. The website of building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) specialist Design Build Solar already features a tCn icon in its homepage footer, alongside those of other supporters. We are very grateful for their support.

We are still working out how best to deliver these badges and to format them for different blog platforms, etc, so please let us know if you have any suggestions.

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About tCnFounder

Ryan Briggs is the Founder of tCn and has spent over 10 years in the construction industry working with various local, regional and national organisations. Now working with construction training provider, Built for Training, he is keen to use the tCn platform to help bring our industry together utilising social media technology while encouraging the next generation of talent into careers within the built environment.
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2 Responses to Trying out some tCn badges

  1. Benedikte Ranum says:

    Hi there, like the idea of the tCn badges, but having problems getting it to work on my (WordPress) blog. When adding the HTML to a text box Widget, it just comes up saying “I’m” and nothing else. Any tips? Thanks, guys.

  2. Paul says:

    Hi Benedikte,

    I had a similar WP issue. Workaround involved uploading the logo as normal and linking to it from the HTML in my text box widget. Trying to link to it from the tCn blog doesn’t seem to work, but I expect the TCN blog guys might detail this workaround.

    Paul

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