Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – How to Create Featured Posts on Your Classroom Blog

Maintaining a classroom, library, or school blog should be a central part of your communication strategy. Your blog is the place that you should direct people back to for in-depth information about your classroom, library, or school. Social media and text messaging can help you direct people to your blog for those in-depth and complete explanations of what is happening in your classroom, library, or school. When you direct people back to your blog, you might want to greet them with a featured post. In the following video I explain how to create featured posts in Blogger and in WordPress-based blogs (Edublogs, Kidblog, WordPress.com).

This is one of many strategies that I will be sharing in my webinar, Winning Blog Strategies. Registration is now open.

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My new Wednesday webinar series started last week. The next two webinars in the series are Winning Blog Strategies and YouTube, It’s Not Just Cats & Khan Academy. If you missed the first webinar, the recording is now available on the Quick & Powerful Video Projects page.

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