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Watson, Stephanie - My Blog Part 2

Page history last edited by Stephanie Watson 9 years, 8 months ago

Part Two

 

Stephanie's Blog  Huntsville Blog Consulting 

Peer Review Form

 

Topic: Blog Consulting

Audience: Small local businesses

Blog used: Wordpress.org

Widgets & Plugins :  Contact Form 7, Featureme , RSS, Newsletter, Paypal shopping cart, Links, AddtoAny, Akismet, All in one SEO pack, cross linker, Google Analyticator, Math Comment Spam Protectin, Photo Dropper, RSS footer, Wordpress Automatic Upgrade

Theme Used: Free Theme called BlueMania

This is a public blog, with moderated comments using Comment Luv plug in. What this does is require a sign in to post,which cuts down on spam.

The program used is Wordpress.org which is a self-hosted version of Wordpress.com's blogging platform.

There are no policies since  have my own business: Barry Publishing

I have established blogging practices of my own which include:

  • Be honest
  • Avoid politics
  • Stay on message
  • Don't hype
  • Allow all comments not spam
  • Honor client confidentiality
  • Post a minimum of three times a week -- as you see this has not been done

 

After 7 weeks :   provide your thoughts/reactions (on the class wiki) about using a moderated blog versus an invited reader blog. (This is done after week 7).

Comments (1)

Stephanie Watson said

at 3:24 pm on Mar 10, 2011

Remember to do this: If you set up your blog at your work place or for your work, please provide
the following on the class wiki, in addition to the other information in #7
above:

Describe how you will set up your blog: public, invited readers, or moderated and explain why.

What blog program you used and why?

Were there any existing policies for blog use in your place of work

Were you asked to contribute to establishing blog policies for your work place?

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