Glogster – Poster Yourself

Create your own poster: http://www.glogster.com
Simply put, Glog is a kind of poster – fully designed by yourself! Glog is a fancy creation from text, images, music and video. No matter if it is colourful, straightforward, showy or emo. Your Glog will stand out. It gives you a perfect tool to express yourself.

Find new friends and promote your Glog
Glogster has many cool features. You can create your own posters, get in touch with new friends, promote your Glogs on the Internet or browse the Glogs you like. But that’s not all. You can comment and rate other’s Glogs, get the G points, attract your fans, see other’s profiles and inspire yourself with their design. Just try and create your own Glog! No need to register.
Why is Glogster so unique?
No other site gives you a chance to be so creative! Just read What to do with Glogster, make your first Glog and show it to your friends!
Text
Tell the others what you think about yourself, about love, friends, school or about the world. Simply write what you have in your mind! Just choose the design you like and write a poem, joke, greeting or a love letter.
Images
Don’t forget to add images! Choose the best of your own pictures or the pics you got from the Internet. Cool celebrities, cartoons, characters, glitters or art. Just add them to your Glog and make it fancy.
Music
Words and pictures isn’t enough? Pump it up with some audio! Show the others what kind of music you are into. Pop, rock, hiphop, electronic, jazz or techno. Just upload your favorite mp3 or listen to the music on other Glogs.
Video
Have your own video? Watch your favorite band’s clips every day? Upload it to your Glog. It is easy: you can use videos from your fav video sites. Make your Glog rock and add a video or even a movie.
Teachers
Glogster has recently announced Glogster Education, specifically designed with schools in mind.
No copyright infringement intended. For educational, non-commercial purposes only.
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