Monday, June 6, 2011

New! Embed and Share an Item on Polyvore

We know that fashion bloggers are bringing a lot of inspiration to Polyvore, either by posting about their personal style, finding that perfect clutch, or discovering the most interesting statement necklace. Starting today, sharing that amazing item you found on Polyvore just got a lot easier. You can now embed any item found on Polyvore on your blog, or share the item in your social network.

When you see an item you’d like to feature in a blog post, just click Post to Blog on the Item page. If you have already connected your Polyvore account to your blog, you’ll see the Post to Your Blog dialog box.


This is what an embedded item looks like on Blogger:



Valentino ankle booties

Valentino ankle booties (see more high heel booties)


You can choose the size of the item that appears on your blog, and whether you want to post the item as a draft. Alternatively, you can copy and paste the HTML code into a blog post.

You can also share an item that you like in Twitter, Facebook, or any of the social sharing buttons under the Post To Blog link.

We hope you find this new feature helpful! Show us how you’re using the new Embed Item feature on your blog, and let us know your feedback and suggestions!

Love,
The Polyvore Team

4 comments:

Sol said...

Great feature!!!

Amanda said...

Wow this is so helpful!

-Amanda
http://www.amandasphotogarden.blogspot.com

Jael Paris said...

Thank you!!!!

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Polyvore.com is an amazing and social site that helps you make interactive fashion collages of with product photos and other pictures. I am hard to please in terms of websites. For me to spend more than an hour there, a site has to be absolutely AMAZING, and polyvore is just that.
This is a website filled with eye candy. You can make your own fantastic outfits with gorgeous designer items, or just show everyone what you're going to wear on Saturday. Founded by ex-Yahoo'er Pasha Sadri (who created Yahoo Pipes), polyvore started as just fashion, but it has become so much more.