INITIALLY I JOINED NING just to test it for demo and training purposes. My real blog is at ClappingTrees
. I also have an elearning portal is at NETCoach Asia
and a wiki called Asia Social Media Directory
(ASMD). The ASMD lists (and thus increases readership for) all bloggers and social network "activists" in Asia.
At first, I thought I couldn't link to my real blog from here, like the way I could at my Eduspace.net blog
. Now I know I can!
And Ning is cool! :-)
Wanna see some real sites that I've helped to create? Check these out:
- Everest Innovation: Installed WordPress with a few clicks on a hosted server, changed the template, worked remotely with a graphics artist (in the USA, I think), installed some plugins, etc. Took almost a month to enter the company and workshop data, to edit them and to finetune the look-and-feel of the site.
- The Seven Fountains: Installed WordPress with a few clicks on a hosted server, added posts and pages, copied and posted info from earlier site, and site was ready for public view within half a day; a few months later added a photo gallery and edited some content.
- Blog and Wiki @ Nanyang Technological University: Tech support staff installed Expression Engine on one of the university's servers. Took me a few days to get familiar with the software's control panel, change the blog's theme, add posts, edit content and make the wiki's theme look like the blog's.