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    How to Post on Word Press How to Post on Word Press Presentation Transcript

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      • Sign in with username & password.
      • Click “My Dashboard”.
      This link will take you to the blog, not the “back end”. Back end = administrators area How to Post on WordPress
      • Click “Posts”
      How to Post on WordPress
      • All posts are listed.
      • Click “Add New” to create a post.
      How to Post on WordPress
    • Type your message Add a title here (shorter is better) How to Post on WordPress
      • Short and to the point
      • Less than 500, ideally 100-200 words
      • Energetic, catchy
      • Friendly not formal; NO “LIBRARY SPEAK”
      • Written to appeal to readers’ interest
      Good Blog Posts Are: Forsyth Library News Creating a Post
      • Pictures
      • Videos
      • Maps
      • Anything VISUAL
      Good Blog Posts Have: Forsyth Library News Creating a Post
      • Add tags
        • Any related topic
        • More is better
        • Appear in Tag Cloud
      • Add 1-2 categories
        • Organizational
        • Type of post
        • Appear in Category drop-down list
      When you’re done with the message: How to Post on WordPress
    • It’s always a good idea to view the post on the live blog after publishing. PREVIEW your post Then hit PUBLISH. How to Post on WordPress
      • Click Add an Image
      • Click browse, find the file on your computer and click “upload”
      • On the resulting pop-up, scroll down and click “insert into post”
      To Insert an Image: How to Post on WordPress Adding Media to a Post
      • In Google Maps, click the “link” link.
      • Click once inside the Paste HTML window to highlight all the code (or put the cursor inside and Ctrl+A).
      • Ctrl+C or right-click and choose “copy”.
      • Go to the blog post and paste the code in the message box.
      To Insert a Google Map: How to Post on WordPress Adding Media to a Post
      • On YouTube, click once inside the Embed window to highlight all the code (or put the cursor inside and Ctrl+A).
      • Ctrl+C or right-click and choose “copy”.
      • Go to the blog post and paste the code in the message box.
      To Insert a YouTube Video: How to Post on WordPress Adding Media to a Post
      • The best blogs have PERSONALITY!
      • Even if the post is a news item, alert, or dry bit of information, try to give it the personal touch.
      • Connect with your readers – keep them in mind when choosing a topic and writing the post
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