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Six Copywriting Tips Every Solo Professional Should Know Top 10 Tasks to Get Your Blog Ready for Prime Time (Joel Friedlander, The Book Designer, 11-26-12) 12 Blogging Tools from Erica Reitman (Tony Levelle's site) 12 Business Blogging Shortcuts for Time-Crunched Marketers (Corey Eridon 1-5-12, Hubspot) Social Media Monitoring: Are You Listening to Me?
Deirdre Reid lists tools to monitor online mentions of your name, your username, your company and other keywords.
Overview, Tools, and Resources (Jacob Gube, Smashing Magazine, 10-5-10) Learn UX design: 10 best paid and free UX design courses (Mimi Lauder, Digital Arts) Includes both online courses and courses from high-profile Universities such as Stanford. (Georgina Laidlaw, Sitepoint, 11-17-14) Better User Experience with Storytelling (Part 1, Francisco Inchauste, Smashing Magazine).
How user experience professionals and designers are using storytelling to create compelling experiences that build human connections. Then you will probably want to buy the book: Storytelling for User Experience: Crafting Stories for Better Design by Whitney Quesenbery and Kevin Brooks (foreword by Ginny Redish), about the power of storytelling to improve the user experience.
Or to the author's website, whether or not the author is offering an affiliate fee, because the author will make more selling the book directly than from collecting royalties?
In six steps: Getting started, setting up blog , learning to use blog, starting to blog, marketing, making money. Outbound Marketing Live Journal (free, good for blogging among friends) Nine Lessons for Would-Be Bloggers (Joshua Porter) SEO Copywriting: The Five Essential Elements to Focus On (Brian Clark, Copyblogger) Submitting a sitemap to Google Webmaster tools (so you will get indexed by Google and other search engines, so visitors can find you) 10 Common Business Blogging Questions Answered (Hubspot, focused on business-to-business blogging).
Those were most common questions from Hub Spot's Science of Blogging webinar, viewable on demand here, with Dan Zarrella.
One of the easiest passive ways of making money online, for example, is affiliate programs, where if I send a potential buyer to your site, and they buy, you give me a commission on the sale.
This opens up whole new ethical dilemmas for reviewers: Do I recommend X, which is excellent, or Y, from which I get a cut, or Z, which offers a bigger cut? Do I send a potential book buyer to the local independent bookstore, which is struggling to survive and deserves every author's support?
Or just provide the name and let the book buyer google for a provider?