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3 Ways to get Visitors to Love your Blog

I’ve clicked a blog’s URL and immediately moved their tab on down to my bookmark toolbar. Though that’s not always the case, it has been before. I utilize my bookmarks toolbar for every site that I visit daily. I rarely type in a site that I want to go to, as I just love to click open Firefox and click open all my windows (you call it lazy, I call it efficient). Those usually consist of my blog, my dashboard, Twitter, Pinterest, etc., and a blog or two that I’m currently obsessed with.

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Symbaloo: A Tool for Paperless Teaching

Cool link organizer accessible anywhere online. This can be shared with students, teachers, or anyone. And free!

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This is one section of my bookmarks toolbar. This is the first year that our school has adopted the Physics First program, and I am spearheading that endeavour. Clearly, I need many resources to pull from as I’m writing the curriculum as we go. I keep all of those resources here in this bookmark tab. I also have other tabs across the top of my web bar including “Physical Science”, “Biology”, and “Research”.

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Organizing Bookmarks Toolbar for Ease of Use in Firefox

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from hello hustle.

3 Ways to get Visitors to Love your Blog

I’ve clicked a blog’s URL and immediately moved their tab on down to my bookmark toolbar. Though that’s not always the case, it has been before. I utilize my bookmarks toolbar for every site that I visit daily. I rarely type in a site that I want to go to, as I just love to click open Firefox and click open all my windows (you call it lazy, I call it efficient). Those usually consist of my blog, my dashboard, Twitter, Pinterest, etc., and a blog or two that I’m currently obsessed with.

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Step4: Drag the "Pin It" Button to your Bookmarks Toolbar (If your Bookmarks Toolbar is not visible click View - Toolbars - Bookmarks Toolbar)

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Install the Share As Image Button in Firefox (also works in Chrome, Safari, Opera & IE9+) 1 -Display your Bookmarks Bar by clicking View > Toolbars > Bookmarks Toolbar 2 -Drag the “Share As Image” button to your Bookmarks Toolbar 3 -Highlight text on any website & push the “Share As Image” button to post the text to Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter

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