Teach100, a resource to help educators and those in the field of education find the most relevant blogs from across the Web, has recently ranked Simply Charly‘s blog among their top 100. The list is compiled based on recommendations from Teachers across the globe and is meant to reflect the quality of education blogs that are available.
Teach100 ranks and scores hundreds of education blogs using four major components:
- Social (40%) – Engagement as determined by its combined Facebook shares, Tweets and StumbleUpon visits to the blog and its most recent posts. Ranking weighs shares pointing back to the blogs ten most recent posts as well as for its main domain.
- Activity (20%) – The frequency of a blog’s updates. The more frequently a blog is updated, the higher its activity score.
- Authority (20%) – The overall authority and influence relative to the rest of the web as determined by the number of sites linking to the blog. This methodology is one of the foundations of the Google Search Algorithm and is a commonly used measure of a website’s authority.
- Teach Score (20%) – This is the single subjective factor in the evaluation of the Teach100. The Teach Score considers how media is used throughout a blog, how topics in education are discussed, the timeliness of blog content, the capacity to inform, and the overall presentation of the blog.
Simply Charly offers students, teachers and other interested parties an original, one-stop portal to a wealth of information about some of the world’s most prominent historical figures. The site’s mission is to become the leading online source for everything our visitors want to know about the groundbreaking individuals we feature.