timeforcake: Google results, a tasty bakery & 5 links | SummitDaily.com

timeforcake: Google results, a tasty bakery & 5 links

ERIN PHEILspecial to the dailySummit County, Colorado

I’ve always wished there was a way to sort my search results by date – a key factor that has always helped me determine relevancy within search results. So it’s now time to celebrate, as Google recently implemented functionality that allows people to filter search results by … time!Give it a try. Next time you conduct a Google search and find yourself reviewing the results page, click the “Show options” link (the one with the little plus sign in front of it) below the search box. More filtering options will instantly appear on the left-hand side of your screen – and you’ll note there is now an entire category allowing you to filter your results by time. Cool!

Living a life with dietary restrictions can be challenging. Living a life with dietary restrictions in a non-metropolitan, mountain area can be even more challenging. Options exist for those with gluten-free diets, various food allergies (such as corn allergies, peanut allergies or soy allergies), vegan diets, low sugar diets, etc. – but these options are finite.Thank goodness for the Internet. Technology has opened up entirely new worlds of choices and freedom to people with dietary restrictions. Peruse your options online, click the order button and wait for food to arrive at your doorstep. I’d like to share a fantastically delicious resource with everyone today – an option that’s just as fabulous for people *without* dietary restrictions as it is for those with dietary restrictions. This resource is Adore a Jar Bakery.I’ve personally ordered and tried a variety of delectables from Adore A Jar – and wholeheartedly recommend their delicious treats and attest to their focus of delighting each and every individual customer.A sampling of the mouth-watering treats offered by Adore A Jar includes: chocolate jar cakes, vegan banana chocolate chip oat cookies, gluten-free cranberry almond muffins, low-sugar peanut butter brownies, lemon bars (for those not on diets), caffeine addict brownies, high-protein energy bars, and low calorie/whole wheat organic carrot zucchini walnut bread. New products are added on a regular basis, and custom orders and unique requests are gladly catered to – just e-mail owner Emily with the details about the treat you’re envisioning, and she’ll take good care of you. (She welcomes challenges and has a passion for whipping up all-new recipes!)Visit Adore A Jar’s online store here: http://tinyurl.com/yhyatr3. Enjoy!

1) http://tinyurl.com/yllhppa – Fifty simple yet brilliant guerilla advertisements/marketing campaigns. Definitely a fun slide show to click through.2) http://tinyurl.com/dcr945 – As dear Steven Abootman, president of the World Canadian Bureau, so elegantly summed it up, “The Internet makes lots of money. Give us some of that money!” It is this mindset that encourages so many entrepreneurs to try their hand at making money online. Perhaps you’ve been thinking about starting your own online business? If so, find tips on making your eCommerce site work, strategies on positioning your site, and explanations of various website business models all right here. 3) http://tinyurl.com/62ajlm – Do you have your own personal or business blog? Of course you do. That’s why I’m suggesting you take a look at this helpful post entitled “A blogger’s to-do checklist before hitting the Publish button.”4) http://www.ecofabulous.com – A lovely blog focused on beautiful, and sustainable … stuff. Topics covered include beauty, fashion, home, kids, and lifestyle.5) http://www.zapproved.com – Zapproved, an online tool with the tagline “Better decisions made easy” has a little diagram on its homepage with lots of people and arrows and a big question mark accompanied by the text “Using email for approvals takes time and results in poor, unclear decisions.” The next image to the right shows a happy person and organized arrows accompanied by the text “Zapproved makes decisions faster, easier, and more accountable.” Visit their site to learn more.eRin pheiL is the primary creative force behind timeforcake (www.timeforcake.com), a web design and development studio in Frisco. She can be reached via email at erin@timeforcake.com.

Support Local Journalism

Support Local Journalism

As a Summit Daily News reader, you make our work possible.

Now more than ever, your financial support is critical to help us keep our communities informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having on our residents and businesses. Every contribution, no matter the size, will make a difference.

Your donation will be used exclusively to support quality, local journalism.

For tax deductible donations, click here.

Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User