Foilow @crackberryworld on twitter for International BlackBerry News!
Regular readers of CrackBerry.com know that when it comes to our BlackBerry news coverage we tend to focus on North America first, occassionally blogging the news happening internationally when big stuff happens. But the truth is, CrackBerry.com gets a lot of traffic from all over the world, so we're making a pledge to do a better job of covering the BlackBerry news that happens outside of the United States and Canada.
To that end, we've started up a new blog post category called International News (you can find it on the drop down menu under Articles ) and we're bringing onboard more writers to help handle the load. You may have already noticed two of our international bloggers at work... both Yousif Abdullah and DJ Reyes, who participated in our CrackBerry Idol competition, have already been hard at work blogging in the new news section. For the forseeable future we'll still be writing all international news posts in english, but we'll see how things go... with time we may work to expand into more langagues.
Follow CrackBerry World News via RSS and Twitter: By default, our International News posts will not appear on the CrackBerry homepage or in our default CrackBerry RSS/Twitter feed, though from time to time we will promote international stories of mass appeal to the main site. In addition to clicking into our International News blog post category, you can also follow via RSS and on twitter at @crackberryworld.
Submit Your Stories: If you ever have or come across stories you think should appear in our International News section, you can email them in to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
That's it! We hope you enjoy this new improvement to CrackBerry.com. We're working hard on a lot of exciting things right now, so as always, keep it locked to CrackBerry.com!!
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