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Our support doesn't end with handing over your website. In this blog we will discusses some of the important after-launch aspects of your site.




Use Social Media As Your Website Content Management System

Never update your website again. It's time consuming and frustrating. So stop and read this for a better way.

We are world leaders in linking websites to social media platforms. Yes that is a bold claim, but it is one we stand by. How it works can be difficult to explain so we set up a demo page at http://www.gmacinternet.com.au/labs to demonstrate the code we have developed over the past few years. Supported URLs are: Facebook business pages, Facebook albums, Pinterest boards and YouTube playlists.

Imagine your website being updated automatically from your social media posts. It really is this easy using our platform.

You can try this amazing technology out for yourself. There are some restrictions on what we can do so please check them at the bottom of the page. Most notable are that Pinterest boards work but pages of boards do not and Facebook content that is age restricted will not appear.


UPDATE: we have added some information about our latest social media integrated websites. See the links below...



Here are some examples...

YouTube Playlists

Our code supports YouTube playlists. Here is the playlist of my Serious Business interviews. The software is smart enough to adapt to the different type of content and we can also add a comment section underneath.

The URL used is "https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMYihQWse00NDXyyD5AdwtMXL0xSZ25HE" and the layout is "Blog Style".


Pinterest boards

This is the default view. It shows our Pinterest board of bulk email formats. Switch it to blog view and it loads the large image without needing to go to Pinterest or log in.

The URL used is "https://www.pinterest.com/gmacinternet/bulk-email-formats/" and the layout is "Pinterest Style".


Facebook Albums

This is a grid view of a Facebook album. It shows our gallery of features of the great website we put together for the New Game Plus TV show. Clicking on any thumbnail will show a larger version of the image. The name and description of the album were fetched from Facebook automatically. All images were fetched from Facebook as well (meaning the thumbs were automatically generated). This is by far the easiest way to manage photos on a website that we have seen.



Facebook Walls

This is a blog view of the RIDOV Facebook Wall. It takes all the posts and turns it into a blog style page on their website.

The URL used is "https://www.facebook.com/pages/RIDOV-Pty-Ltd/733193440111815?fref=ts" and the layout is "Blog Style".


Go to http://www.gmacinternet.com.au/labs and try your own pages. Now imagine never updating your website ever again!

I never update the GMAC Internet Solutions website. I post sample websites to a Facebook image gallery, sample emails to a Pinterest Board, I update my blog, and I add videos to a YouTube playlist. Normal stuff for anybody using social media. The rest is automatic and my website is always changing.

Try it for yourself and then get in touch about using this on your website.

Twitter and Instagram also available.


Gerard McDermott
GMAC Internet Solutions


    /email_attachments/gerard_mcdermott.jpgBy Gerard McDermott

    Gerard runs GMAC Internet Solutions and has been developing websites since the mid-1990's. He has even been acknowledged in one of the first books ever written about Javascript programming.

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