For me, and many others, Dropbox has changed the way we work. It’s great for showing off work, and also for collaborating and sharing work with learners, colleagues and fellow practitioners. However Dropbox doesn’t have much of a visual sharing interface, and users still need to use email or messaging to leave comments and suggestions. Which is where Sitedrop steps in. Sitedrop is a web service that links to a users Dropbox and turns the contents of any of their Dropbox folder into a stylish, visual-based website. Basically, it lets users skip over building a site when all they want to do is get some feedback on their work. This becomes as easy as dropping a file into a folder. Just sign up... 1: Connect to dropbox and create a website from any folder 2: Any files users put in that folder will be available on the web 3: Share with collaborators & let them comment, favourite and upload files. Sitedrop is FREE! Oh yes users can password protect their Sitedrop to control who sees what.
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Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.