I’m sitting here having one of those moments; close approaching deadline, million things on my mind, deer in headlights syndrome. You can call it whatever you like, but the truth is I don’t have a topic for today. So, I decided to read some blog posts that were backing up in my inbox. Fellow contributor here at Blogging Tips, Sharon Hurley Hall, almost had the answer in her post 10 Ways to Break Through Freelance Writer’s Block, but with a looming deadline, I don’t have time for most of her suggestions. It’s a great read though.
I then remembered something Sharon did a week or so back, she posted an extensive Link Love Fest on her blog. I can do that!
So, I’ve decided to share some of the posts here at Blogging Tips that I found to be interesting or very helpful. And I’d like to showcase some of the regular contributors here too. I hope you enjoy!
3 Simple Ways Bloggers Sabotage Themselves by Jonathan Bailey.
Tie All of your Social Networks Together with Social Flow by Charnita Fance.
Why You Need to Add a Blog to your Website by Rob Starr.
Partner with People who are Better than You by Kevin Muldoon.
The Secret Weapon Every New Blogger Should Have by Larry Brooks.
It All Went to Hell, Now What by Ben Sparks.
Build Your List with Squeeze Theme by Michael Kwan.
Blogging Tips has been around for awhile now. There are some awesome bits of information in the archives. If you find yourself merely reading the first page of a blog this size–you’re missing out on a lot. Take time to poke around in the old stuff. The latest trends are social media and social networking, but there’s a lot more in the background where you can learn all about blogging, writing, productivity, and ways to promote your blog.
It’s also a great way to get over writer’s block or spark a topic for your own blog. If you’re just sitting there racking your brain trying to come up with something, you might as well spend that time learning something too.