When Edublogs began nearly a decade ago, the idea was to bring blogging to every classroom.
Then, a few years later, our Edublogs Campus product was created to provide white label blog networks to schools and universities the world over.
Today, we’re extremely excited to share with the world the next evolution of Edublogs – say hello to CampusPress.
For way more than just blogging.
Today, every teacher needs a website, students need ePortfolios, and schools and universities need reliable and friendly web tools to make managing so many web presences painless.
CampusPress builds on our existing services, using the WordPress platform, to make web publishing accessible to all.
Existing Edublogs Campus networks will be moved under the new CampusPress name – allowing us to provide better support and services going forward.
All of our CampusPress networks come with the following:
- a dedicated WordPress Multisite network at a branded domain, like sites.myschool.edu
- unlimited sites, users, traffic, and storage
- 200+ of beautiful themes
- 100+ powerful plugins
- expert hosting, backups, cacheing
- 24/7 support
How’s CampusPress different than Edublogs?
As the name suggests, Edublogs has always been focused on blogging.
But, we’ve noticed our users leveraging our service for so much more.
The changes and improvements we’re adding with CampusPress will make it easier to create and manage sites like these. This includes huge investment in infrastructure to improve speeds and reliability, new tools for development environments, streamlined on-boarding, better change and custom development management, and we’ll continue to add new plugins and themes that cater to all types of sites.
No Obligation Free Trials
Be sure to visit the brand new CampusPress.com site to learn more and see additional examples.
We’ll happily set you up with a fully functional free trial too – just contact us here to let us know you’d like to get that up and running.
What more can I say, last week we passed 100,000 edublogs and we’re extremely happy about it :)
Well, OK, I can say a bit more, in fact we’ve currently got more like 103,000 blogs, separated over four sites (63K on edublogs.org and 39K spread across the student sites).
In September at edublogs.org alone we racked up 268,638 unique visitors, who dropped by 904,053 times enjoying 13,701,840 page views while sucking up almost 500Gig bandwidth.
And October is going to be just as fun – we think you’re really going to like some of the things we’ve got planned.
So thanks for being part of our first 100K… and happy edublogging!