Get your Windows & Windows Live contents showcased on Microsoft's Clubhouse

If you write about Windows and Windows Live, you can get your post showcased on Microsoft websites called “The Clubhouse” that brings together people using their blogs to help others how to use the best parts of Windows and Windows Live. How does The Clubhouse work? First you to apply and once your application is approved, you continue to write Windows content […]

If you write about Windows and Windows Live, you can get your post showcased on Microsoft websites called “The Clubhouse” that brings together people using their blogs to help others how to use the best parts of Windows and Windows Live.

How does The Clubhouse work? First you to apply and once your application is approved, you continue to write Windows content using special tags. Your posts are pulled into the Clubhouse via your RSS feed. In order to use the special tags, you’ll need to add a new Tag Provider in Windows Live Writer. Right now, The Clubhouse has special tags for Windows Live and Windows Vista, with a set of special tags launching for Windows 7 later this month.

Once your post is published with the special tags – it appears within The Clubhouse where members of The Clubhouse rate one another’s contributions, so the top rated content can be showcased on Microsoft websites, newsletters, and even tweeted from @MSWindows and @windowslive.

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