Powerful posts 9 September 2007

by Martin Reed on 9 September 2007 in Snippets

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 an article that will be of interest to most readers of this blog, entitled ‘How to easily get more members for your niche community‘. Maki raises some interesting points – if they get you thinking, then the article has succeeded.

Shane from Zoomstart wrote a cracking article entitled ‘Customer loyalty is all about making unconditional connections‘ – you should see every visitor to your website as a customer. It is up to you to create loyalty; you can do this by having a connection with your users.

If you are having trouble creating content, I recommend you check out Jon’s article over at Smart Wealthy Rich entitled ‘Writing kick-ass posts when you’re in a rush‘ – just because you are pressed for time, it doesn’t mean quality has to suffer.

You need to appeal to your visitors if you are going to engage them. Check out the post from Webd360 entitled ‘Logos, pathos, ethos, what?!‘ – an interesting read that should give you some new ideas.

Michael shares yet another great article over at his personal blog Beyond the Rhetoric. In his article ‘Why too much positive thinking is bad‘ you will learn why positive thinking may result in disappointment.

Leo from North x East has written another fantastic article for all bloggers, entitled ‘Sustainable blogging: 12 ways to keep your posting going forever‘. Are you destined to be a long term blogger?

Sticking with the blogging theme, Skellie has written a comprehensive list of 101 essential blogging skills. Do you have all 101 skills?!?

Frank from The Happy Rock reassures us that quitting is not always a bad thing in his article entitled ‘4 ways to win by quitting‘. Is it time for you to change your strategy?

Steven from Vandelay Website Design compiled a fantastic resource for all web developers in a post entitled ‘89 community sites for webmasters‘. Don’t spend all your time developing your own community – use those created by other people, too!

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Steven Snell September 9, 2007 at 1:37 pm

Thanks for the link!

Eric Martindale September 10, 2007 at 3:29 am

Wow, great list of resources! Thanks a ton!

Webd360 September 10, 2007 at 4:09 am

Thanks for the linklove :)

Martin Reed - Blog Author September 10, 2007 at 5:57 pm

No need to thank me – I should be thanking you for the fantastic articles!