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The Great Google Ranking Change

Next week, Google is rolling out a big change to the way it ranks websites. In essence, it will weight mobile device friendly websites more favourably than less mobile friendly sites. For more information read the BBC’s post on the change: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-32393050 How will this affect you and your school blogsite? Most of our homepage […]

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Mobile phlogging with ipadio

I’ve played with a number of ways of getting audio onto a blog: in the early days I used digital voice recorders, uploaded the recording into Audacity and then used a podcast host such as Jellycast to host it and share it for me. There is still a need for this approach: think lovingly editing […]

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Mobile Blogging with WordPress (2)

The second in this series will look at issues that you might have in getting mobile blogging set up in school and how to get your WordPress blog ready to accept mobile blog posts. When in school, mobile devices will access the internet via the school’s wireless network. It is essential that you talk to […]

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Mobile Blogging with WordPress (1)

This is the first in a series of blogposts on mobile blogging with WordPress. Mobile blogging (or moblogging, a corruption which I hate and won’t use!) is the act of writing and managing blog posts via a mobile device. The mobile device might be a smartphone (iPhone, Android, Nokia or Blackberry all have apps for […]

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