Sunday, February 26, 2006

Technorati Help: Tags

Technorati Help: Tags

This post is for newbies! Technorati is a blog search engine. If you tag (assign categories) to a blog post, people can find your blog in Technorati. See Tim Lauer's post below as well as David Warlick's post preceding that.

For instance, if everyone that writes about IL-TCE in their own blog added the tag "il-tce" to the post, then interested people could search on Technorati using the term "il-tce and find all relevant posts. You can add multiple tags to posts, by the way. Neato! So to repeat David's suggestion, use the il-tce tag if you blog about the conference!

After reading Tim's post, I was curious as to how one actually put a Technorati tag in their blog. Click on the link above for instructions from Technorati. Perhaps the tagging gurus at IL-TCE will explain this better this week!

In the meantime, here's a homework assignment for you:

Visit Technorati and do a search using the tag "teachers" (or another tag of your choice) and see what you come up with!


At 2:37 PM, Blogger Tim said...

Here is the link on Technorati to the page that collects all the IL-TCE tagged pages...

Technorati also generates an RSS feed for this page which is here:

I use an authoring tool called Ecto to post to my weblogs and it has a nice interface that allows me to easily add the tags.

Also if you are posting images to Flickr, you will want to also tag them with the IL-TCE tag...

Tim Lauer


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