Wanting some advice of best practices or how Wix Blogs are intended to be managed.
I have a site for our business that is mainly static, informative content. We are not selling anything from our site (i.e., e-commerce), and we are not looking to add "members" to the site. It is intended to be used for recruiting/job posting and information on the services we offer. We do a lot of social media posts to get our brand out there to start building name recognition with the objective to drive traffic back to our site. I'm wanting to do some social media campaigns that link back to "articles" or messages on our site (i.e., holiday notes/thoughts, employee spotlights, corporate messages, etc.). I was thinking of using a blog for these types of messages. What is a smart way to manage such a blog?
Authors: I was originally thinking of listing the employee for authored the message be the author of record on the posting, but I'm not having them log in (again, no site members) to post it. They are submitting their message to me via email, and I post it. From what I can tell, to list someone as an author they have to be added as a member, right? If yes, I can't find a way to add "dummy" accounts simply to get their names in the system. Every option wants an email address and that would actually give them access which I don't want.
If listing someone as an author without adding them as a member is not possible, can I turn off the author being listed on the post all together. I could simply add an author section in the body of the blog post (not ideal).
Social Sharing: I see the social share buttons on each post. Is there any way to mange that? I tag all of my social share links so I can track their progression. Can I turn off the native buttons and simply add my own in the body of the post (again, not ideal)?
Again, open to ideas and examples on how others might have managed this. Adding "sign-up" is not an option for us, we are not looking to manage such a thing and I can't have the contributors physically be the ones to post. I have to be the one to actually post it, but I want to give the credit where credit is due (I also think it will look weird if every post has my name tagged to it).