There are some fantastic resources out there if you know where to look. Here I will share some great articles I have recently come across in my online travels.
In May I wrote an article entitled ‘Writing content for your community‘. Alex Yang really goes one better over at Michael Kwan’s blog, Beyond the Rhetoric, in an article entitled ‘Top 10 grammar mistakes writers make‘. Definitely an essential read for everyone.
Ray Dotson wrote an interesting article over at FreshBlogger entitled ‘5 minute how to: get started with blog carnivals‘. I hear blog carnivals are a great way of increasing your blog’s exposure. Ray offers a great guide to getting started for all the carnival virgins.
Neil Patel from Quick Sprout wrote a useful article entitled ‘The 4 essential elements of an about me page‘. If you run a blog, you should have an ‘about me’ page. Simple as that.
I always harp on about the importance of creating content. At times, you will often struggle for ideas – Jane May‘s article entitled ‘How to get around writers block‘ should help.
Kevin Muldoon wrote a great article entitled ‘The importance of having keywords in your domain name‘. Kevin’s article is a great complement to my post ‘The importance of a good domain name‘.
Nate Whitehill makes yet another appearance in my ‘Powerful posts’ series with his comprehensive article ‘The right friends make the difference‘. The right friends really can help you succeed and meet your goals.
Jonathan from Smart Wealthy Rich tells us why ‘Brainstorming is useless if you can’t see the big picture‘. You can be focussed, but always remember to look at the bigger picture!
Shane from Zoomstart announces that there are ‘5 things every entrepreneur can learn from bottle collectors‘. Read the article, and by the end you’ll be convinced of the logic!
Were these articles of interest to you? If you think this post was of use, then please let me know and I will make them on a regular basis (perhaps every couple of weeks). If you prefer to only read articles I have authored myself, again let me know by leaving a comment.