This week’s #MondayMashup includes the Google Penguin 4.0 update, how to create articles that bring in traffic, some Facebook page tips, and more.
If you’re a first time reader here, this series is designed to help you get quick information about what’s going on in the world that can affect how you maintain, and promote your website and social handles. I’ve grabbed some really great articles from a few places that I hope you enjoy.
#MondayMashup 2016 Volume 10
Donna Merrill pinpoints why some bloggers aren’t creating products like they should. – Why Most Bloggers Never Create Their Own Products
Alicia Rades shares with us on how to get blog readers to become paying customers. – How to Turn Your Business Blog Readers Into Paying Customers
Ann Smarty educates us on how to create content that will bring in traffic. – How to Create Traffic Generating Content
Elna Cain wrote a guide for bloggers about optimizing images. The Blogger’s Guide To Optimizing Images For The Web
Jay Pitkänen discusses why your email open rates may not be so hot. – 5 Reasons Your Email Open Rates Take a Nosedive
Diana Adams talks some Twitter strategy. – A Smart Twitter Content Strategy You Need to Use
Ben Sailer gives some tips to optimizing Facebook pages. – 6 Tips to Optimize Your Facebook Page
Shelleah Pedersen shares some Facebook tips for those wanting better engagement. – 3 Tips for Better Facebook Engagement
Barry Schwartz lets us know that Google Penguin 4.0 is here. – Google Penguin 4.0, The Real Time Penguin Algorithm Is Live
Rand Fishkin talks about Google’s Answer Boxes and how to appear in them. – How to Appear in Google’s Answer Boxes – Whiteboard Friday
Ryan Buckley tells us why authenticity in Local SEO is important. – Local Content: Why Authenticity Matters in Local SEO
Michiel Heijmans put together a SEO checklist for eshops. – eCommerce SEO checklist: 27 tips for a better online shop
Geoff Graham talks about typography and how to get a better control over it in web design. – Methods for Controlling Spacing in Web Typography
Samantha Ingram discusses mobile design, and the user experience, especially what she calls “the thumb zone”. – The Thumb Zone: Designing For Mobile Users
Jake Rocheleau shares some designer and developer workflow tips. – Workflow Tips For Web Designers & Frontend Developers
Andrew McDermott shares his method to pitching to the client and how to sell web design services. – The only way to sell design
What did you like from this #MondayMashup roundup? Please let me know below.