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Dear Readers of WA: Thanks So Far, Prepare for More

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Dear Readers,

Thanks for your support and ongoing interest in WiredAcademic.com.

Since we launched in June, we have seen our traffic double in August and quadruple in September. We enjoy and appreciate your readership, comments, Facebook likes, Twitter follows, LinkedIn shares and other social media involvement. Here are some other ways you can stay involved with us:

  • E-mail Newsletter:  Please sign up for a weekly email, summarizing our top stories from the previous week and sharing other important information you need to know. We also encourage you to forward the newsletter to your colleagues.
  • Jobs Board: Please look for jobs on our new jobs board. And contact us about advertising jobs at your company or institution on our site by emailing Eleni@WiredAcademic.com.
  • Advertise: We have several key places for you to buy an advertisement, including on our jobs board, our email newsletter and our site pages. Contact Paul@WiredAcademic.com.
  • Nominate us for an Edublogs Award: We are nominating several other start-ups and blogs for these awards. We cannot nominate ourselves. But we welcome others to nominate us in Best New Blog and/or Best Group. It would help us stay motivated and to keep moving forward.
  • Donate/Invest: We are building some products we will be rolling out soon. This costs time and money for programmers and web developers. We believe the tools will be very helpful for the education innovation and digital learning industries. We welcome your donations or angel investment. You can email Paul@WiredAcademic.com if interested in helping to fund development costs.
Meanwhile, please keep us in the loop with comments on our stories, social media shares and e-mailing us when you have story ideas, pitches or have suggestions for people we should interview.
Sincerely,
Paul Glader
Managing Editor of WiredAcademic.com on behalf of the WiredAcademic team.


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