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Yesterday I took part in a workshop on how to start a blog and during preparation for this, I discovered lots of resources I wished that I had discovered before I started blogging – they would have saved me so much time tinkering about! This is rather a rough and ready blog post, simply sign posting some of these practical resources, useful for anyone looking to start blogging, tasked with creating web pages or material for websites for the first time, many the work of Jakob Nielson.

In this piece, Nielson describes the research findings that can be drawn upon around how people read websites – so that we can write in a reader friendly way, and here is a nice piece on the evidence around eyetracking . Here Nielson describes adding value with blog posts – how a blog can be used to demonstrate thought leadership and expertise. Here he lists the top ten blog design mistakes.

This is practical King’s College London generated presentation on how to write for the web, and here are some KCL resources on how to use Goolge analytics and how to fight spam.

The 50 Smartphone Apps Students will be using next month