Join & showcase your Windows Home Server content on 'The Clubhouse'

If you’re post about Windows Home Server on your blogl you can now join Clubhouse, to get your posts showcased on Microsoft websites. The Clubhouse brings together people using their blogs to help others understand how to use Windows Home Server. The Clubhouse offers several “perks” in the form of Club Points and Badges. Join Clubhouse, once approved, you continue to write Windows Home […]

If you’re post about Windows Home Server on your blogl you can now join Clubhouse, to get your posts showcased on Microsoft websites. The Clubhouse brings together people using their blogs to help others understand how to use Windows Home Server. The Clubhouse offers several “perks” in the form of Club Points and Badges.

Join Clubhouse, once approved, you continue to write Windows Home Server content on your blog and now you use Windows Home Server tags needed to identify your contributions for The Clubhouse, you’ll need to add the Clubhouse & Windows Home Server specific tags to your current blog service. Complete directions can be found here. Once you publish your post with the Windows Home Server 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 @winhomeserver. So it’s up to your community of peers to choose which content is good enough to get showcased on Microsoft's Windows Home Server product website.