I'm doing some work on behalf of a client who set up a trial for SubHub and I've been looking around at all the useful documentation and I do have a query open with a very helpful staff member relating to the use of CSS, but this message is just something in general for if anyone has any useful information that I could use myself and pass on to my client to help them create, open and maintain their subscription website.
I do have a copy of the Subscription Website Bible and I also downloaded all of the SubHub training manual, as the parts that I don't need from that manual will be good for my client. Like I say, I was just wondering if there were any other resources I could be looking at to help with the set up of the page and to help my client with the management of their future system.
I also think I need a little bit of information that could help me convince my client that Twitter and even other forms of social media could be good for the marketing side of things that they are trying to achieve - something that isn't entirely numbers and statistics as I tried that approach and, even though my client is very numbers orientated, they weren't moved by the information.
Thanks in advance to anyone that can offer a little guidance on this. I am new to SubHub, but I am not new to the process of programming in CSS or most other programming languages. I'm not generally one to go looking for the guidance like I am asking, but I want to make sure that I'm doing everything correctly from the off in order to not come across problems later.