Happy Friday everyone! How crazy is it that August is nearly over? Before we know it, we’ll be in the middle of the Holiday season and wrapping up the year. It has been another good week here on Blogelina.
If you’ve not had the time to read either of the published blog posts, you can do so below:
- How to Design Your Blog: Navigating the Dashboard
- Blog Comments: Is it the True Measure of Engagement?
As I wrote last week, we’re running a couple of blogging series lately – one on blogging design and the other on other blogging related issues such as SEO, time management and social media. It’s always interesting to read other posts from around the blogosphere as there is so much to learn and a reminder that none of us know everything. With that in mind, if there is anything you would like see covered in a series or questions that you have about blogging, please share them in the comments selection below and I’ll do my best to cover those in upcoming series. Without any further ado, below are some of my favorite blog posts from the week on a variety of blogging related issues. Have a great weekend everyone and happy blogging!
23 Terrible Blog Marketing Tips You Should Ignore on Business 2 Community
Are you looking for blogging tips to avoid? If so, check out this insightful post from Business 2 Community
12 Ways to Get More Pinterest Followers on Social Media Examiner
Pinterest can be a great driver of traffic to your blog, but are you maximizing it’s potential. Read this great post for some helpful tips to grow your Pinterest audience.
How to Survive the Business Side of Freelance Blogging on Be a Freelance Blogger
Are you trying to bring in additional income through freelance blogging and needing help to wade through the business side of it? Check out this insightful post by Sophie for some helpful tips.
3 Ways to Turn Your Blog Into a SEO Machine on Jay Baer
Are you needing help making your SEO efforts more efficient? Read this helpful post to help you target some simple ways to maximize your SEO campaign.
Are you looking for proven ways to legitimately bring in more quality links and increase organic traffic as a result? If so, this helpful post on Backlinko is a great resource.
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