Just writing one more note to check in on everything. Since this is my first round of writing articles for you and the projects, I wanted to be certain I am on the right track! I have 3 original articles done, and saved on google docs. There is certainly a lot of information on the blog site, but I feel like there is somewhat of a gap in instructions….I’m not too familiar as yet with google docs and don’t know what you’ll want me to do next. Can I send you what I have to look over? Let me know!
My first posts are going to include an answer to this email. So, if your reading this as a post on Bangari Content Gallery, we have launched the site! If this post is still here a year or two from now, then you are at a good starting point, this is basically for Bangari Newbies! ( Which we all are right now)
Google docs, you just gotta learn! It’s great. It’s going to be all the rage real soon, as
Let this post start a thread of “how to” questions and answers that we can mine for tech articles to write on all the topics we are discussing. Remember to link up to other articles that make up the discussion, and allow searchers to dig deeper into information we present, kinda like Wikipedia. The bots love a site when its pages are all woven together. I’ll put the first step of the instructions in the comments, which is: Get a blogger account, call it “(First name) (Last name) Published Content Clearing House”
- Bangari Content Producers Tool Box I specifically recommend going to this article first. It gives a better overview of Bangari Content Gallery. -Kevin Leland
- Bangari Roll-out: Email Notification Test (bangaricontentgallery.com)
- Writer’s Survival Kit: Google Docs (katenewburg.wordpress.com)
- Google about to make Google Docs into a virtual hard drive (venturebeat.com)