Digging In the Dashboard: Three Features to Discover

aheneghana:

Geotagging

I was unable to add comment to blog post by Elizabeth : I am not sure if this feature works on wordpress blogs too : Bing twitter maps – as I use them on our webpages.

Bing twitter maps show a specific location and all tweets coming from there. I believe this feature is far more interesting than google maps in general. Don’t know what effects they have on seo and google rank – if any at all.

Check out how bing twitter map looks like : http://africasiaeuro.com/index1/index

Originally posted on WordPress.com News:

Features abound in the WordPress.com dashboard. When you first got started at WordPress.com, you likely identified a handful of tools that you used every time you posted and then ignored the rest.

But after you’ve been blogging for awhile, you might discover some parts of the dashboard you’ve ignored have just the features you need! Here are three awesome features in Posts → Add New that you might have overlooked:

Request Feedback

Do you have a post or page lingering in draft stage that you aren’t quite sure about publishing?

Maybe you’ve been sitting on the hilarious story of what happened to you at senior prom, but you’re just not sure if it’s too embarrassing to post. Or maybe you interviewed a blogger you admire, but you want to be sure they’re happy with what you’ve written before you publish it.

In these cases, you can use the Request Feedback feature…

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