Today I thought I’d share with you some of the places I haunt for keeping my blogs ‘well-oiled’, topical and in working order. These are websites that, in my opinion, have some of the best blogging resources and social media ideas. Here in random order are 5 of the best blogging resources, in their own words.
5 Of The Best Blogging Resources
Writer’s Digest is the one-stop shop for information, resources and writing community. Writers can connect with other writers on our forum, visit our blogs and sign up for a free weekly e-newsletter. They’ll also find weekly writing prompts, contests and competitions, conference listings, and online exclusive articles.
Since January 2006, Brian Clark’s Copyblogger has been teaching people how to create killer online content. Valuable information that attracts attention, drives traffic, and builds your business. Today, Copyblogger brings you 5-6 articles a week about what’s working right now in online content marketing. And we’re not too humble to say it’s the most popular content marketing and writing blog on the planet.
What can you expect?
It’s not (just) about SEO.
It’s not (just) about social media.
It’s not (just) about blogging or email marketing or conversion.
“ProBlogger is about helping bloggers to earn money from their blogs. I have learned a lot over the past three years about blogging and making money online and ProBlogger.net is a place where I talk about the lessons learned and how not to make the same mistakes I did in the early years”, says founder, Darren Rowse. Problogger is packed with plenty of free resources. Click here to view more details of Problogger’s 31 Days To Build A Better Blog – a great investment.
Social Media Examiner
The world’s largest online social media magazine, Social Media Examiner® helps businesses discover how to best use social media, blogs and podcasts to connect with customers, drive traffic, generate awareness and increase sales.
Our mission is to help you navigate the constantly changing social media jungle.
That’s four that I’ve mentioned. But I’m saving the best for last. Yes, the grand-daddy of all blogging resources is good old Google.com! 🙂
Do you have any resources you’d like to share about?