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Incorporating Technology into Education

The New York Time’s guide to starting your own website

on June 27, 2013

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The New York Time’s offers some tips to building your own, free website! From managing your Facebook fan page, creating a user-friendly Wix site, to building an online portfolio, this article outlines the pros and cons of different web tools.  Perhaps it will help you find the perfect fit for you and your future site.

I would like to point out the portfolio and resume sites the article directs to:

PORTFOLIO SITES For professional or résumé sites, look into Zerply. Like LinkedIn, your Zerply page can highlight your education, experience and biography, and users can endorse others. For professional writers, two good sites are Muck Rack and Contently. Both sites allow journalists to showcase their work, including published articles. User profiles also display how many times a highlighted article has been shared on social sites like Twitter.

The article as a whole provides some insight for all web-builders…

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