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Make your website more attractive | A how to guide.

Make your website more attractive | A how to guide. | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
There are a lot of things that every website owner should consider other than usability. This is because, the internet is an interactive platform and the u

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The emphasis here is marketing and the importance of the total picture incorporating theme, tone, and of course, curation.

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This comes in handy after I've gone through about the 14th iteration of my company's website. Drastically need to replace the current site, but can't get it together to get a design I can live with.


Then again, Craigslist is butt-ugly and it gets plenty of traffic. I guess it's all a matter of the site's use.

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How to create a website for high school Language Arts
This Scoop is a unit for high school Language Arts students to assist in creating a website and writing a blog.
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Top 10 Website Builders

Top 10 Website Builders | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
Website builder reviews and comparisons for choosing the best service that will help you build your own professional looking blog, website or ecommerce business.
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Before creating their websites, students will be able to visit the top 10 website builders to see the diversity in sites, the differentiation of websites, and arrive at some ideas for their site.

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Step 1 - Choose a domain name -

Step 1 - Choose a domain name - | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
Step 1 Choose a Domain Name The first step in making a website is to choose your domain name. A domain name is what you are going to call your website. To get a domain you have [...]
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As an English instructor, my hope is to have my students publish works so that can share their curations with the world.  I feel this site is pretty straight forward.  

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Make your website more attractive | A how to guide.

Make your website more attractive | A how to guide. | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
There are a lot of things that every website owner should consider other than usability. This is because, the internet is an interactive platform and the u

Via Mark Strozier
April L. Kirkwood, M.Ed.'s insight:

The emphasis here is marketing and the importance of the total picture incorporating theme, tone, and of course, curation.

more...
Mark Strozier's curator insight, October 18, 2013 10:38 AM

This comes in handy after I've gone through about the 14th iteration of my company's website. Drastically need to replace the current site, but can't get it together to get a design I can live with.


Then again, Craigslist is butt-ugly and it gets plenty of traffic. I guess it's all a matter of the site's use.

Alexis Chontos's curator insight, October 26, 2013 11:28 AM

What do you think?

Lori Wilk's curator insight, October 29, 2013 1:17 AM
We need a constant source of new ideas- Thanks #design #marketing #websites
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Writing a Good Blog - For Dummies

Writing a Good Blog - For Dummies | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
Blogs , or Web logs, are online journals that are updated frequently, sometimes even daily. An update, (also called an entry or a post ) is usually quite short, perhaps
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This is an excellent reference for the process of writing.  

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Meet 5 Bloggers Who Have Made Millions from Their Blogs | income.com

Meet 5 Bloggers Who Have Made Millions from Their Blogs | income.com | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
As the popularity of online information sites increases, many people have been able to make a lot of money from compiling a blog. The money usually comes from advertising on the site so that people who read the blog will see the ads.
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This article will hopefully inspire students to see the value of a good website and how it is applicable to their career goals.

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How to Create a Website - Free & Easy Tutorial for Beginners

How to Create a Website - Free & Easy Tutorial for Beginners | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
A free tutorial site that teaches beginners how to create a website. Includes WordPress tutorials, web design tips and more.
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A wonderful introduction and an excellent resource for other tips that can be used as extra credit or for students who are working at a more accelerated pace.

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Writing a Good Blog - For Dummies

Writing a Good Blog - For Dummies | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
Blogs , or Web logs, are online journals that are updated frequently, sometimes even daily. An update, (also called an entry or a post ) is usually quite short, perhaps
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We begin as English students to think about the content of their website in terms of blogging.

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How To Start A Blog And Get It Right (Video Tutorials) - The Blog Builders™

How To Start A Blog And Get It Right (Video Tutorials) - The Blog Builders™ | How to create a website for high school Language Arts | Scoop.it
Learn how to start a blog and get it RIGHT. There are over 100,000,000 blogs in existence. Most of them never get popular, and never make a difference.
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This article is an excellent incentive for writers explaining the benefits of a blog examining the career incentives and how a blog will be advantageous in their professional careers.

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