No cost or low cost technology resources

Don’t let Richard Byrne’s title “77 Web Resources for Teachers to Try This Summer”  keep you and your business from benefitting from this excellent list of online resources. He has mentioned some favorites I recommend to clients including:
Blogger for easy blog set up
Weebly for a quick, professional-looking Web site
Google maps for leading customers to your brick and mortar store
Twitter for networking and professional development
Diigo and Delicious for bookmarking your favorite sites so you can blog about them later
Google Docs for creating and sharing documents (and avoiding the cost of more expensive software)

He also shares language arts resources you can use to inspire or improve your online content creation. If your niche includes math, science, social studies, physical fitness, or art, there are plenty of resources to adapt to the needs of your audience.

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