Get the Spread the Word & Powered by Plants Badges



Here you can grab a Powered by Plants badge (which is just below) as well as learn how to spread the word about Byteful Travel. And if you use CommentLuv, you may be interested in the delicious ComLuv badges, as well.

Byteful Travel tiny blue badge   <— Learn the ways you can give back

Powered by Plants Vegan badge   <— Get a “Powered by Plants” badge

Spread the Word!

There are lots of ways to spread the word Byteful Travel:

  1. If you find an article useful, email it to a friend, tweet about it, Google+ it, or post it to your myface page using the share buttons at the top of each article.
  2. Follow @hellocrusoe on Twitter
  3. And of course, spread the word with a BT badge on your own webpage!

All of these help grow the site which allows me to keep all of Byteful Travel’s content available free of charge.

If you put a BT badge on your site, please follow the guidelines below. In doing so, you reinforce Byteful Travel’s integrity, while spreading the word about the website to others (which is important for this site’s continued survival).

Thanks in advance! Without you, the world wouldn’t be quite as warm or as sunny.

Download

If you are a Mac user, drag the image onto your desktop.
If you are a PC user, right click on the image and select “Save image as…”

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8 Simple Rules for Using My BT Button

  1. Download a badge first. (Just drag it to your desktop and then upload it to your site.) Do not hotlink the image directly to this server. If you do, that’s bandwidth theft, and there are consequences for stealing bandwidth.
  2. Only link to the main page at Byteful.com Do not link a badge to other pages on your web site or to third-party web sites.
  3. badge spacing exampleKeep the area around the web badge clean and uncluttered. The clear space around the badge should measure at least half of the height of the badge (which is 16 pixels) on all sides. (See graphic to the right for an example.)
  4. Make sure that the web badges are sized correctly, meaning smaller than and in a clearly subordinate position to your web page title and site name or logo.
  5. Do not use the badges as design elements or incorporate them into any other design, graphic, illustration, or logo. (The preferred background color for our web badges is white or off-white. Avoid patterned backgrounds whenever possible.)
  6. Do not use the badge in any way that might suggest that Byteful.com endorses or is responsible for the content of your web site.
  7. Do not animate, rotate, or otherwise distort any of the badges.
  8. Do not use more than one copy of a particular badge on a web page.

When you’re all done, feel free to drop us a line so that we know you’re linking to us and can see your site.

Thanks again for spreading the word!

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Powered by Plants badges

You can use the web badges below on your own website, blog, or myface page to let the world know that you’ve made a conscious decision about your health! Whether you’re a raw vegan, normal vegan, macrobiotic eater, vegetarian, or even just a lover of bananas, these badges are an attractive way to spread the word about your conscious nutritional choice. If you use one of these badges and you have your own site, spread the love and make the badge to link back here so your friends can get their own badge!

Actually, if you have a webpage or myface page of your own and you enjoy Byteful Travel, you can get a Byteful Travel badge too. It helps grow the site which is crucial if I’m going to continue making all of Byteful Travel’s content available free of charge (including hundreds of high resolution, high quality photos in the gallery). The Byteful Travel badges work well in any color scheme and one could be placed in a sidebar, for instance.

As for the Plants badges, if there’s an -ian or -gan that you’d like for your own site that I haven’t included here, please let me know in the comments!

Update: Powered by Bananas badges are now available, so if you’re a big fan of everybody’s favorite fruit, you may want to spread the word or use it as a joke.

Download

If you are a Mac user, drag the image onto your desktop.
If you are a PC user, right click on the image and select “Save image as…”

 
Powered by Plants Vegetarian badge Powered by Plants Vegan badge Powered by Plants Raw Vegan badge Powered by Plants Macrobiotic badge Powered by Plants Bananas badge
 
Powered by Plants Vegetarian badge Powered by Plants Vegan badge Powered by Plants Raw Vegan badge Powered by Plants Macrobiotic badge Powered by Plants Bananas badge
 
Powered by Plants Vegetarian badge Powered by Plants Vegan badge Powered by Plants Raw Vegan badge Powered by Plants Macrobiotic badge Powered by Plants Bananas badge

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CommentLuv badges

Also, if you’re a fan of ComLuv (which is an amazing plugin I’ve been using for years that encourages commenting on your own site), you can use any of the web badges below on your own website or blog to let the world know that when they leave a comment on your site, it’ll help people discover their site. The upshot of this is that people feel much more inclined to participate in the discussions that your site spurs.

In the past whenever I created a new badge for ComLuv, Andy, the creator of ComLuv, had to update the badge page on ComLuv.com and upload new images, etc. Well, to streamline the process a bit I’ve added the ComLuv badges to this page so I can provide you with the latest ComLuv badges directly. And perhaps this will make things easier for Andy, as well.

And since Andy said it’s alright to hotlink these images from their sources, you can feel free to copy and paste the code below into your own site.

Spread the luv!

Download a badge

ComLuv 125x125 White

ComLuv 125x125 Black

CommentLuv Plugin for WordPress

Twitterlink comments plugin for wordpress

ComLuv

ComLuv

Enjoy!

14 thoughts on Get the Spread the Word & Powered by Plants Badges

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  2. Hey Thanks Andy! You didn’t have to do that :)

    That’ll come in handy.

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  4. Love it! I am going to print out the “Powered By Plants” logo and stick it on my cooler for when I take my raw food with me!

    Have a great day!

  5. Whoa, Charlot! Those coolers look YUMMY.

    But these badges are so small. They’re for web use.
    Would you guys be interested in something bigger, more fit to print out?

  6. “The spaces between your fingers were created so that another’s could fill them in.” …I have a new phone and I am totally in love with it. OK I love “Powered By Plants” logo coz it is super uber-cool and is exerting a dreadful fascination over me.

  7. Hey I LOVE the vegetarian badges, but I just use a Tumbler account (religiously) is there a change for a copy and paste code like the ComLuv badges?

    Love River x

  8. River, not currently. So you mean to tell me Tumblr doesn’t allow any image uploading? At the very least, you’re welcome to upload a badge to flickr and link to it from there. After all, they’re released under Creative Commons.

  9. Love the vegetarian badges! The badges are too small for anything other that web use though.

  10. I’m glad you like them! There isn’t a hotlink for the images currently. Andy from ComLuv put those images on his Amazon S3 server as a courtesy. Perhaps you could try uploading the image to Imgur.com or TwitPic.com and linking to it from one of those sites.

  11. I love the vegetarian badges, but I just use a Tumbler account (religiously) is there a change for a copy and paste code like the ComLuv badges?

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