Have you looked at your ClustrMaps recently?
Are you like me? Do the growing red dots make you want to learn more about all your visitors, their lives, where they live and amaze you with how the Internet has brought us all together?
Pleased to hear because you’ve all got me into trouble! Students are checking closely The Edublogger ClustrMaps as well as their own!
They all want more dots on their ClustrMaps!
Can you leave a comment (or write a post) to share your tips and advice on any (or all) of the following:
- What are 3 ways for students to increase their blog readership (while also increasing their learning through blogging)?
- What advice would you give students about writing comments on other people’s blogs?
- What are some of the aspects of blog etiquette that students need to consider when trying to increase their readership?
HELP: If you are from Madagascar, or know someone who lives in Madagascar, can you please visit (or get them to visit) Sahana’s post and leave a comment! Read her comment here (as svbsky) to understand why I’m asking 😎
ClustrMaps is a “must-have” widget for class and student blogs because it reminds students that they are part of a global audience.
Here are the instructions for adding a ClustrMaps to your blog sidebar using:
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