So, it’s not been easy to get back into blogging, especially when I’ve not been home for over a month. Thankfully, other people are always blogging, so I haven’t missed my reading, and that’s why I’m back to posting #MondayMashup.
For anyone new to Blondish.net, the #MondayMashup is usually a weekly roundup of some blog articles from around the Internet. These usually fall under the niche of blogging, social media, SEO, and web design. If you noticed my site’s categories, this roundup coordinates with those.
I hope that you enjoy these articles, and if there’s something new that you’ve learned, please let me know. 🙂
#MondayMashup 2015 Volume 10
Ileane Smith shares 10 Ways to Get People to Remember You and Your Blog. If you’re trying to build a brand with your blog, this might be a good read for you. 🙂
Ana Hoffman covers the topic of How to Get Traffic and Links from Blog Roundups. I recently blogged about what roundups are, so definitely head over and read if you’re wanting to see how they can benefit you.
Brian Hawkins shows bloggers something they can learn from journalism. – The Inverted Pyramid – Learning From Journalism
Adam Connell shares with us 10 Time-Saving Blogging Tools To Keep You Organized.
Larry Kim updates us on some of the changes Facebook has made with Ads. – 5 Facebook Ads Changes: What Marketers Need to Know
Mari Smith shares 7 Social Media Marketing Mistakes You May Be Making (And How To Fix Them). Are you making any of these mistakes?
Gary Vaynerchuk tells us how to prepare our businesses for the next year. – This Is How You Can Prepare Your Business for 2016
If you like graphic apps, Kim Garst shares a few. – 3 New Graphic Apps That You HAVE to Check Out
Michiel Heijmans stresses the importance of using headlines in your content. – Headings and why you should use them
Dan-Petrovic talks about User Behaviour Data as a Ranking Signal.
Greg Sterling shares some stats on Google versus Bing. – Google Controls 65 Percent Of Search, Bing 33 Percent [comScore]
Marcela De Vivo brings up a good point that you need to be aware of your online reputation, especially when your company comes up in the search results. – Online Reputation Management: Beyond Damage Control
Anna Yeaman talks about Typographic Patterns In HTML Email Newsletter Design
Peter Finlan is giving a free template from Codrops. – Freebie: “Sedna” One Page Website Template (HTML5, Sketch)
Robin Rendle shows us all about Making Charts with CSS.
What perked your interest from this week’s #MondayMashup? If you liked anything, feel free to discuss it below. 🙂