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Never Play Another Man's Game

Never Play Another Man's Game

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http://jjsquared640.blogspot.com/2014/07/never-play-another-mans-game.html. Never play another man's game: wisdom that can help teachers. Read my blog, comment on it and share it with anyone who might enjoy it

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Samer Rabadi
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Hi Jill, welcome to the Edutopia community.

I notice that you've posted several new discussions lately that point people to your own blog. While we don't mind a small amount of self-promotion on Edutopia, if the purpose of a post is simply to drive traffic, then it's starting to tread into spam territory.

I know that's not your intent, so if I may offer some guidance... Posts tend to do better when they do more than point to a resource elsewhere. That's usually not enough to get people to pay attention, let alone to click through. Instead, my advice is to share (and elaborate) on the core ideas in the discussion. And then, at the end of the post you can include the link for people to learn more and see examples.

There are a lot of great resources in the Edutopia community, and doing this will help your post stand out.

I hope this helps.

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