So, finding an adequate number of blogs about blogging to feature for the #MondayMashup has finally been solved. It’s tough to wade through a bunch of junky websites, but the ones that have wonderful content, are well worth it. I hope you find them worth reading too.
This week’s #MondayMashup got delayed as a few of my hostees on my server were going through a bot attack. The post was scheduled, but it failed because the bot attack overwhelmed the server.
Well, “better late than never”, right? For anyone who is visiting Blondish.net for the first time, and this is their first post, #MondayMashup is a weekly series where I got around certain niche and pick some of the best articles to feature. These niche that I pick from are: blogging, social media, SEO, and web design.
#MondayMashup 2015 Volume 8
Sarah Arrow explains a technique that a lot of bloggers and business owners are missing out on – How to use buying guides to make money from your blog.
Anil Agarwal discusses a topic I’ve written about many times – Why You Should NEVER Focus on Blog Post Frequency and What to Do Instead.
Brian Hawkins shares some interesting tips on Local Blogging And Marketing Tips For Getting Found.
Mari Smith shares with us 7 Social Media Marketing Mistakes You May Be Making (And How To Fix Them)
Ian Cleary gives us 6 Stages for Social Media Influencer Engagement that we should probably be aware of.
If you’re trying to focus on growing your Twitter following, Dustin Stout gives us some tips on how to Grow a Highly Targeted Twitter Following With This Trick.
Rebekah Radice tells us How to Create Social Media Graphics That Spread Like Wildfire. If your current website graphics for posts or pages, or even for infographics aren’t helping, this article may help.
Syed Balkhi shows us how he increased his conversions – How I Increased Conversions by 845% with a Simple Psychology Trick
Andrew Dennis reflects over the progression of link building, and even tells us some dos and donts – Link Building: No Longer About Manipulation.
Jennifer Van Iderstyne shares some Simple SEO Mistakes That Can Cause Damage.
Hugo Giraudel shows us how to make Accessible Footnotes with CSS.
Sergey Gospodarets talks about Native CSS Scroll Snap Points, which has become somewhat popular.
Joshua Johnson asks if web design has lost it’s soul, which is something I’ve often wondered – Beyond The Boring: The Hunt For The Web’s Lost Soul.
See you next week for #MondayMashup!
Learn anything new? Were any of these articles really interesting?