#MondayMashup – 2014 Volume 3

mondaymashup-thumbnail#MondayMashup is suppose to be a weekly blog event I hold here on Blondish.net that rounds up a few articles from around the Internet in the Blogging, Social Media, SEO, and Web design niche. Due to family issues, I’ve been lax in being consistent in keeping up with this series, but it’s back!

The purpose of this event is to hopefully introduce you to articles you probably would not normally see, but probably should be aware of. I don’t just select articles from small fries. I select articles that you SHOULD be aware of, whether it’s your interest or part of your career. I try to select from a variety of places, even though I do have my favorites.

I’ve conveniently made to that article links open in a new window for you so you won’t lose this article. 🙂

#MondayMashup – 2014 Volume 3


Neil Patel writes a motivating article on How I Write 8 Blog Posts a Week While Running 2 Companies.

Yael Gruer writes on 7 Ways to Simplify Complex Content While Maintaining Sophistication and Nuance.

Social Media

Ileane Smith encourages us to stop trying to make things perfect or stop preventing yourself from creating video content in her article – Record, Edit, Publish.

Kimberly Castleberry shows us a tutorial on Configuring Gmail And CPanel To Check & Send From A Domain Based Email Address.

Stacey Roberts, her article Facebook Theme Week: Case Studies of Popular Pages (and What They’re Doing to Get Great Engagement), lays down some enlightening info on various popular Facebook fan pages and their behavior that gets great engagement.


Joost de Valk enlightens us in his article Google Panda 4, and blocking your CSS & JS, on why you might want to change your tune on blocking certain files from being seen by the search engines.

Web design

Rudolph Musngi shares Money Saving Tips for Web Designers and Developers.

Brian Graves writes on concepts to Improve Your Email Workflow With Modular Design.

David Conner gives us 5 reasons you should be using Sass today.

Andrei ?tefan shows us How To Create a Web Icon in Adobe Illustrator.

I hope you enjoyed my selections… See you next Monday for #MondayMashup. Please don’t forget to share this and to subscribe to my weekly newsletter.


  1. says

    Hi Nile,

    I’m loving this week’s Monday Mashup.

    I’m heading over to check out Kim’s post first. I’m in need of her Gmail tutorial. Stacey’s Facebook post sounds like a winner too.

    Thanks so much for the mention.

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