28 Aug 2009
This is going to be fun.
Your blog is a hub for all the comments you're making and links you're sharing around the web. Good work.
But if you're interested in what we're interested in, this will only go so far.
That means, if you're blogging about Middle East news, the regional tech scene, the Arabic language or Arab film and culture - you need to show that you know what's going on in Arabic and in English.
This why you'll want the Meedan badge right up there on your blog sidebar.
The badge brings out the best of Meedan.
It's a cross-language badge showing your latest comment and your latest translation in Arabic and in English.
It'll also tell you your total number of translations and comments since joining the Meedan community.
So how do you set it up?
Once you've registered, simply go over to your My Meedan page and click 'Create a Meedan Badge'.
Just copy the code into your blog page or website.
When the badge is in place, post your latest blog piece onto Meedan.net so speakers from outside your language community can read your work with one click from your blog.