One of the things I tell my clients on the regular is “OMG link round ups should be part of your blogging plan.” Also: “Fortheloveofpete, please change your Twitter background.”
Yes, link roundups can be a bit time consuming to assemble. And, yes, if you’re a greedy traffic hoarder it can seem a bit counter intuitive to be directing your readers elsewhere.
But here’s the thing. Link round ups:
a) are insanely popular with readers
b) provide helpful information to your readers and customers whom you love
c) help build relationships between you and the people you’re linking to
That’s a win/win/win.
With that said, here are seven super helpful posts that will help you (and your business and blog) kick ass.
If you’re building your own site, attempting your own branding, designing your own ebook, y’all need a nice color palette. Here are 19 (!) color palette generators that will help you design like a pro.
Writing an ebook? Here are 100 ways to make it more awesome. (But don’t do all of them!)
Just doing one little thing every day can have a huge impact on your business and blog. Just one thing!
Do you have the new Twitter layout yet? I do. Here’s how to get it.
30 Ways To Promote Your Blog Posts (again, don’t do all of these!)
Do you (or your business) use Instagram? Here’s how to tell your story and take great, engaging photos.
An incredibly useful (and super cheap) set of scripts to fill your client docket. There are five scripts here - they’ll help you launch your blog/business, pitch for guest posts, get testimonials from clients, and donate your time to an organization you’d like to work with later. For $15!
If you’ve encountered any particularly helpful apps/platforms/posts/blogs lately, leave links in the comments!original image (without the text on top) by a bit of whimsy, for sale here.