Google Calendar for Small Business Websites
Google Calendar, which – used well – can make a small business stronger usually by building in efficiencies; and it’s free!
Google Calendar works with a personal Gmail address. If you use Google Calendar on your website, you have a tool that changes on your website as you update Google Calendar without needing to call the web designer. Events on a public calendar also appear on Google for people searching for events in their area increasing the reach beyond a business’ social media circle.
Small business owners and contractors can schedule meetings and venues schedule events like, for example, bands playing at a restaurant. People signed up to small business calendar get invites for events as the calendar proactively reaches out to potential attendees.
Google Calendar is designed for teams, so it’s easy to share with others and create multiple calendars that you and your team can use together.
Step by step instructions to add and remove events for a Google Calendar in a tutorial from Pennsylvania website designer Pegasus Ventures
Need to locate the code for an existing Google Calendar? It’s really easy and this step by step tutorial shows where to locate the code to add to your website or share with a webmaster
Rule number one adding users, only give top line permissions owners. Lower level permissions prevent anyone deleting a Google Calendar either by accident or to create problems while allowing them to make changes.