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Derrick Willard has posted a nice SlideShare slide set illustrating the growth of his classroom's worldwide audience as seen through the use of ClustrMaps
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Another video from an expert user showing how to add ClustrMaps to a WordPress blog
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Clear and simple video instructions from a school pupil about how to add ClustrMaps to a WordPress blog
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"...Let’s upload your own ClustrMap to your blogs and see how many visitors from all over the world have you got at the end of the school year!..."
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"Step-by-step tutorial on how to embed a Clustrmap on the right sidebar of your November Learning blog."
"In my experience one of the greatest ways to hook your class into the use of the class blog is to display a map of your visitors. ... I have found this to be a great focal point for the class... I have used ClustrMaps for years on my own blog and with classblogs."
This link recently saved by clustrmaps on January 16, 2010
"I re-set my ClustrMaps icon so that it updates monthly... this is more honest. Now I have a sense of my monthly readership, and I can be more realistic about myself and my writing ability with others who ask about my blog. "
This link recently saved by clustrmaps on September 27, 2009
Tip #5: Add a ClustrMaps widget ... Not only is the ClustrMaps widget a built-in geography lesson, but more important, it makes visible to students the reality that the whole world has become their audience."
This link recently saved by clustrmaps on September 21, 2009
"...If you look on the right sidebar, you will see a map of the world with lots of red dots on it. This is called a Clustrmap and shows us where people live who are coming to our blog to read our posts. So far we have people from USA, Canada, Australia, Italy, England and Portugal. ..."