New How To Website Launched by the Founders of Tagless Threads and The Printed Palette

New "how to" website launched by the founders of Tagless Threads and the Printed Palette. How to Its gives authors an opportunity to be praised for and appreciated from posting their skills on a tutorial.

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How to Its is an exceptional way to grow your community not only here, but on your own website(s) as well. Being recognized for a talent or expertise is like being paid for your passion.

(PRWEB) June 19, 2013

Creators of the eight-year-old Tagless Threads (custom screen printing company in San Diego) and one-and-a-half-year-old The Printed Palette (Lifestyle Brand in San Diego) have a new website up their sleeves. The website is a "How To" community-based website adequately named How to Its. In working closely with bloggers, the idea that anyone that posted a tutorial on How to Its was an author born. The idea to give authors a place to grow their community somewhere outside of their blogs. This could in turn grow the readership of their existing blogs.

The website gives authors an opportunity to be praised for and appreciated from posting their skills on a tutorial and showing off what they love to do. The benefit for the authors is the chance to not only grow in a thriving community, but to also win prizes.

"How to Its is an exceptional way to grow your community not only here, but on your own website(s) as well. Being recognized for a talent or expertise is like being paid for your passion. The more people visit your profile and tutorials, the more you have an advantage because your website and profile information will be right at the top of your profile." - How to Its

How to Its is currently in it's soft launch phase, but once up and running with a strong community it will be an exceptional forum for readers to learn how to do anything on a fun, interactive website. Being "hearted" and getting comments could be addicting and so will the opportunity to win prizes, and that in itself is a recipe for thriving success.

"Invite people you know to “like” your post and the rest will follow. You can do this by tweeting your post, pinning it to Pinterest, posting it to Facebook, Sharing it on Google Plus, or simply emailing your friends,family, and colleagues. The more likes you get, the higher your tutorial will rank on our website. The more your tutorials are viewed, the better your chance of being a top author." - How to Its

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