Blogging AP:  Mobile Marketing
Get Mobile!• “There is no delight in owning anything unshared.”~ Seneca, a Roman philosopher
Get Mobile!• Posting by Email with your  mobile phone.   – Go to: Dashboard > My Blogs
Get Mobile!• Locate the blog that you wish to post to and  click on Enable.
Get Mobile!• You now have a special email address. If you  want to add the address to your address book,  you can download...
Get Mobile!• Once you have your Post by Email  address, sending an email is simple:
“Press This”• Use Press This to grab bits of the web from any page  and add them to your blog!
“Press This”• Go to the Tools section of your dashboard and drag  the “Press This” link to the bookmarks/favorites area  o...
“Press This”
“Press This”
“Press This”
Congratulations!
Resources• http://learn.wordpress.com/• http://wordpress.org/support/• http://codex.wordpress.org/New_To_WordPre  ss_-_Whe...
Creative CommonsLicense• This work is licensed under the  Creative Commons Attribution 3.0  Unported License. To view a co...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

9 word press 2c

218

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
218
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • When you’re out and about — or just surfing the web — you might see, hear, or experience things you’d love to add to your blog, mobile marketing technology makes that easy by offering you a bunch of different ways to blog from your mobile phone! Let’s say you’re at a live event and want to let people know what’s happening as it unfolds. By reaching for your mobile phone, you can grab images (or even record video in some cases), and either put a post together from the WordPress mobile app, or just email one into your blog via mobile blogging.This gives you the flexibility of publishing wherever you happen to be at the time, and telling your story as it happens.
  • You might also find that as you browse the web you come across interesting images, chunks of text you’d like to quote, or videos you’ve watched that might might be interesting to your site visitors. Of course, you can do this the good old fashioned, manual way, but WordPress also has a little extra feature called PressThis that does all of the hard work for you with a single click from your web browser.Mobile Blogging WordPress applications are available for: Iphone, Blackberry, Android, and Nokia phones.If your phone is not one of the above, don’t worry – you can still use m.wordpress.com – a mobile version of your dashboard that lets you easily publish new blog posts, view stats and add new links to your blogroll. Simply point your mobile browser to http://m.wordpress.com to get started!
  • Before you can publish by email, you must generate a special email address. This address is unique to you and must be kept secret.
  • The email subject is used as your post’s title. The body is the post’s contents. A few minutes after receiving your email, you should receive a notification email informing you of the published post’s details.Please remember to send the email to your secret email address, not to the example given in the image on this slide.
  • Press This is a bookmarklet, which is a neat word for a little app that runs in your browser and lets you grab text, images and videos from the web and post them to your WordPress.com blog.
  • To get started with Press This, go to the Tools section of your dashboard and drag the “Press This” link to the bookmarks/favorites area of your web browser. Once you’ve done that, it will look something like this:
  • After you’ve completed that step, click on the Press This link in your browser when you’re surfing the web and see something you’d like to blog about.
  • Press This will appear in a pop-up window, with options to post quotes, images or even videos without having to visit your blog. If you have multiple blogs, you will also have a drop-down menu to choose which blog  you would like to publish the content in.
  • Click the picture frame icon to see a selection of images on that page. Select the one you like, and click the HTML tab to edit. For videos, click the filmstrip icon.
  • Congratulations! You have all gained the skills necessary to make a strong contribution to the blogging community! You know how to start a blog, define your brand, connect to and create a community, and market yourself!No go out and share your ideas, thoughts, perspectives, products,….or just yourself with the world!Congratulations!
  • 9 word press 2c

    1. 1. Blogging AP: Mobile Marketing
    2. 2. Get Mobile!• “There is no delight in owning anything unshared.”~ Seneca, a Roman philosopher
    3. 3. Get Mobile!• Posting by Email with your mobile phone. – Go to: Dashboard > My Blogs
    4. 4. Get Mobile!• Locate the blog that you wish to post to and click on Enable.
    5. 5. Get Mobile!• You now have a special email address. If you want to add the address to your address book, you can download it as a vCard:
    6. 6. Get Mobile!• Once you have your Post by Email address, sending an email is simple:
    7. 7. “Press This”• Use Press This to grab bits of the web from any page and add them to your blog!
    8. 8. “Press This”• Go to the Tools section of your dashboard and drag the “Press This” link to the bookmarks/favorites area of your web browser.
    9. 9. “Press This”
    10. 10. “Press This”
    11. 11. “Press This”
    12. 12. Congratulations!
    13. 13. Resources• http://learn.wordpress.com/• http://wordpress.org/support/• http://codex.wordpress.org/New_To_WordPre ss_-_Where_to_Start• http://theory.isthereason.com/?p=499• http://wordpresshelp.org/
    14. 14. Creative CommonsLicense• This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/lice nses/by/3.0 15
    1. A particular slide catching your eye?

      Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

    ×