Created by Christina Bornberg
Are you a TYPO3 expert and additionally a blogger? Then the Mainzific Rim-package "Provide intel" is right for you! You can also join if you are still a TYPO3 Editor learner who wants to share his/her knowledge.
Support participants of the Mainzific Rim with your knowledge - the task is to write a blog post about at minimum one and at maximum three TYPO3 Editor skills. It's your choice about which you write and how you arrange it. (all provided resources are subject to feedback before being accepted)
There are 27 skills you can choose from to write your blog post. They are all available here: TCCE SkillPath.
In case you are a blogger-newbie, we wrote together some short tips for writing such a post.
Find out who your audience is!
In this case, it's very easy - the blog entry you are writing should address people of all age, who are new to TYPO3. They might not have previous knowledge. Think of how you started to learn the TYPO3 Editor skills.
Here are two tools, you can check the written quality of your blog post.
The Blablameter does show you, how many filler words you wrote.
Grammarly helps you in writing grammatically correct sentences.
It's important to not let your reader alone at the end of your blogpsot. Always help him to do the next step, for example, another blog post, which relates to the last one; or some social media links. In this case, the call to action is the Self-SkillUp button. How you can implement the button is explained in "Step 3".
First of all, you need to be a registered SkillDisplay User. If you are not registered, you are very welcome to register here.
After you are registered, you can easily register your blog entry by using this form. All you have to do is following the instructions on the site - I will explain it here, anyways.
Now you have all the information to write a proper blog post about one or more TYPO3 Editor skills. We can't wait to see your results! Click here to choose your skills.