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Do your students blog?

I’ve mentioned before that I’m lucky enough to be a contributing teacher-blogger to Global Teacher Connect – an awesome teacher-blog with contributors from all over the world! Head on over and check out my latest post on GTC about my plans for getting my students started with blogging this week. Give us a follow while you’re there!

 

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Love Blogs? Want to Start Writing One Yourself?

I’ve only been blogging for a couple of months, now. I originally didn’t think I’d find enough time to blog. What I’ve realized, though, is that when you find something that you really enjoy – you need to find the time to do it. Time constraints aside, this blog post is for anyone out there who is thinking about blogging OR who is currently blogging, but not really sure how to go about it.

I consider myself lucky to have found Charity Preston’s “Teaching Blog Traffic School” so early in my blogging career. TBTS is an AMAZING membership site that teaches you how to drive traffic to your site, how to set up a Facebook Fan Page to go with your blog, how to get started with Twitter, Pinterest, how to sell your materials online and in print…and SO much more! There are 30 main videos in the series, plus bonus videos, chat rooms and forums that are targeted to specific grade levels. I’m really just barely scratching the surface.

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Become a Better Blogger

The Teaching Blog Traffic School videos are organized in such a way, that you can set small, attainable goals and reach them. It has helped me to build so much confidence and my blog is coming along very well in a short period of time. So, if you are trying to build your blog or are interested in getting started, I highly suggest that you first check out Teaching Blog Traffic School.

Thanks for everything Charity!

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