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.
Maki from Dosh Dosh wrote a comprehensive article detailing ‘50 web usability tips that help you attract and retain visitors to your website‘. This post complements my article detailing my ‘Top 5 usability requirements‘.
Cory Doctorow wrote an article over at Information Week entitled ‘How to keep hostile jerks from taking over your online community‘. Definitely an interesting read for everyone involved in developing online communities, and complementary to my article ‘Dealing with abusive members‘.
Al from Self Made Minds wrote about the fact that how you see your site is not necessarily the same for others. Browser quirks, individual setups, software versions and more can all have a bearing on how your site looks to each visitor. In his article ‘Well it works on my machine‘, Al reminds us just how varied individual setups can be and how this affects all site owners.
Nate wrote an interesting article about ‘The pressures of blogging consistently‘. Being a comparatively new blogger myself, I know exactly what he means!
Kenny from Hate The Grind wrote an article about the ‘Top 5 mistakes to avoid when building links‘. A recommended read for all those interested in increasing the number of links pointing to their site.
Gary wrote a great article entitled ‘10 things to remember in web marketing‘ – if you are interested in developing your online marketing skills, this is a good introductory read.
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.
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