It’s Friday, I’m back from vacation and about to end my lazy time with this weeks installment of SitW. While I have been relaxing in Southern Germany, spending my time with all kinds of stuff that don’t include posting, I still have read a lot. So, I hope you’ll enjoy my selection. Read it, and if you like a post, give it a thumb up.
- What better way to end a lazy time than reading an article written by busy Maki? His “The Importance of Social Media Marketing: Why You Should Learn and Master it” is just another example why you should already be a subscriber to his feed.
- Brian addresses a special group of people who struggle with social media in his “What PR People Should Know About Social Media“. Well worth a read, even if you’re not in PR (But then again - which blogger isn’t?).
- How do you structure your posts? If you’re not sure how to do it, you might want to read Skellie’s “The Beautiful Post“. Not only is she regularly mentioned in my SitW, she also just started a column on ProBlogger. Congratulations.
- Speaking of which - Darren explains his “Reasons to Have a Vanity Folder in Your News Aggregator” and how to do it yourself. Time to feed you ego (ha, what a carlinesque wordplay ;-)).
- Kelby Carr wrote a nice SEO introduction for the beginning blogger on BloggingTips called “SEO 101“. If you’ve never cared about it, this is a heavily recommended read.
- Also on BloggingTips you can find Sara Christensen’s “The Seven Most Important Lead Types for Bloggers“. It’s well written and really useful.
- Mani from DailySEOblog has listed “12 habits of successful bloggers he found interesting“, most of which we should all take to heart. Except for the money thing. I’m constantly broke *g*.
These are my recommended reads for the weekend. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.
Oh, and don’t forget - Stumbling makes your hair soft and shiny and gives your skin a healthy complexion ;-).
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