This week’s #MondayMashup covers making money blogging, guest posting case study, Instagram and Pinterest how-tos, Google PageSeed, and design trends. Of course there are others, so you’ll have to check them out for yourself. 😉
If you’re new to reading Blondish.net, and stumbled on this #MondayMashup post. It’s a weekly roundup where I’ve gathered links from specific niche in the blogosphere. Those niche are related to my own blog, so it makes sense to put together this series.
With a roundup like this, it is essential to use it for learning what’s going on, and to be able to further your own knowledge if your niche happens to be the same. In return, that should help fuel your own blog.
#MondayMashup 2016 Volume 4
Brian Hawkins talks about something that some bloggers may struggle with, finding how they can have original content. – Creating Original Content Struggles? Read This.
Anil Agarwal shows us some methods for making money blogging in a niche blog. – How You Should Be Making Money from Your Niche Blog
Tom Hunt wrote over 43 guest posts in 3 months, and has shared some of the things he’s learned from the experience. – 5 Big Lessons From Writing 43 Guest Posts In 3 Months
Matt Banner shares an infographic guide to writing success. Please note that the infographic is quite long, but has great information on it. – The Ultimate Writer’s Guide to Success (Infographic)
Kim Garst brings it back old school with a method that helps business owners – a vision board. – Vision Board: What Is It and How Does It Work?
Ana Gotter discusses how to capitalize and use Promoted Pinterest Pins. – How to Use Promoted Pins on Pinterest
Dominique Jackson has a nice guide on using Instagram, especially for business owners. – How to Use Instagram for Business: A Complete Guide
Emily Spurlock reminds us that there’s more about influencers than we realize. – There’s More to Being an Influencer Than Meets the Eye
Joost de Valk vlogs about Google PageSpeed in his Ask Yoast series. – Ask Yoast: Google PageSpeed score
Sam Nemzer shares his experiment about whether or not keywords are dead. I’m not fond of the title bait (ex: Is Bloggin Dead? Is SEO Dying?), but the article is good. – Are Keywords Really Dead? An Experiment
Once again, Neil Patel has been generous in sharing some of his secrets, link-wise, that have made his website so awesome. – The Blueprint: The Exact Links Your Blog Needs to Have to Rank Like Quick Sprout
Aaron Wall talks about some recent changes in Google. Might want to read up. – Google’s Big Brand Shakedown
Nataly Birch shares some examples of front page designs focusing on typography. – Typography is Loud: Type-Focused Front Pages
Babar Suleman gathers together some interesting ways designers have approached doing interactive infographics. – Diverse And Engaging Instances Of Interactive Infographic Design
Carrie Cousins shares some design trends for March 2016 that have been popping up. – Essential design trends, March 2016
Brad Westfall concludes his tutorial series on React. Make sure you check out the whole series. – Leveling Up with React: Redux
Did you find anything interesting from this week’s #MondayMashup roundup? If so, please discuss in the comments below.