Blogging isn’t easy. Sometimes we all need a little help. Sometimes it’s learning an entirely new skill set and sometimes it’s just fine-tuning or a refresher. Either way, I’ve compiled a list of my favorite resources for learning abou blogging tools.
Copyblogger: This is a free site for finding information on practically anything relating to blogging. Want to increase traffic? Want to generate a profit? Want to sell content? Copyblogger will send you articles that tell you exactly how. Each article is well-written, easy to read, and very action-oriented. You’ll want to sign up for this!
Grovo: This is a free site that provides video tutorials on “how to use the internet, faster.” They provide basic videos on facebook, twitter, etc, which can be very helpful for parents or older relatives. My favorite part is the expert series where high profile technology people gives talks about a specific issue. Past speakers have included the CEO of Bonobos and the CEO of Thrillist. This is a must watch!
Lynda: Lynda is not free and for a reason. It is the most esteemed site out there that offers comprehensive video tutorials. Want to take a 8-hour course on SEO? You can at Lynda! Each course is taught by the best people in the field, so all of the information you receive is relevant and current. With everything you learn, $25 per month isn’t such a bad investment.
ProBlogger: For those of you out there with the ambition to go pro, this site is for you. It’s the go-to blogger’s guide. It talks about all of the issues that are important, such as post titles, quality content, and keeping your readers loyal. It even has a job board if you’d like to start reaching out and blogging for others.
What are your best resources?
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