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Share Google Calendar on Your Blog

Google Calendar makes it easy to share and publish events and calendars on your blog. This could a great addition to your community blog, corporate blog or for just staying in touch with friends and family. Rather than reinvent the wheel, Google already provides three easy guides for your viewing pleasure:

  • Display a calendar on your blog
  • Let other bloggers save an individual event from your blog
  • Let other bloggers save all of your events from your blog

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    Written July 28th, 2006 by | 1 Comment | Filed under: Blog Tips, Search Engine Tips , ,

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    1. I created GoogleCalButton.com or GCalButton.com and Google took the code directly from my site for their tool.

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