Inspire Me Monday Linky Party #230

By: | June 3, 2019 |
Inspire Me Monday Linky Party

Welcome to the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party for June 3. Can you believe it’s already June?

Featured Posts

These were my two favorites from last week’s Inspire Me Monday Linky Party:

How to Convert Blog Posts Written with the Classic Editor into Gutenberg Posts.

People write to me reporting they are still struggling to master the WordPress Gutenberg Editor. Trying to ease their struggles, I published a tutorial explaining how to use the Gutenberg Editor.

However, Hugh’s post explains different information about how to use Gutenberg. If you still use the WordPress Classic Editor, time is not on your side. WordPress plans on making that editor obsolete.

Hugh’s post tells you how to convert your blog posts written with the Classic Editor to the Gutenberg Editor.

I found the tutorial so valuable that I bookmarked the post for future reference. From reading the comments I can tell many of Hugh’s readers did as well.

Twitter Hashtags are You Using Them Correctly to Maximize Traffic?

Gary Jefferies author an article on Esme’s blog with strategies for using Twitter hashtags. He explains Twitter strategies you may be unfamiliar with. For example, the value of putting two words together to make a hashtag, the maximum number of words you should combine, and how to capitalize them in a hashtag are tips included in the post.

The most popular post last week was Summer Bucket List: 50 Cheap or Free Ideas for Families. Congratulations to the winners!

Although not necessary, for organizing this networking event, it is considered polite to follow your hostess. That’s me! I’m Janice!

Meet Your Hostesses

The linkup will be seen on four blogs. Each host picks her own two favorites.

In addition to exposure here, graphics from the winning posts are pinned to the Inspire Me Monday Pinterest Board. The linkup will be open until this Friday morning which gives you time to return with additional post links.

Emily- Simple Life of a Fire Wife

Blog:  Life on Oak Hill





Janice- Mostly Blogging (That’s me! Welcome!)





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BonBon – Farmhouse 40





Nicole – Mama Of Many Blessings 






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Last week we had 119 posts linked. Please share on your blogs and social media so the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party continues to grow.

    • Janice Wald | at 12:35 pm

      Hi Hugh,
      It was my pleasure to feature you. If you haven’t, you should read these other comments. Many people are continuing to struggle with Gutenberg.

      • Hugh Roberts | at 1:16 am

        I remember struggling with Gutenberg, Janice. For me, the problem was that I just dived headfirst into it before reading any guidelines or watching any tutorials about it. Obviously, that did not work, and I grew to dislike it because I didn’t know what I was doing.
        After watching some tutorials and reading some guidelines (including your post), I set up a draft post where I could practice using Gutenberg. That helped me so much. It does take time and patience getting to grips with Gutenberg. However, once you’ve mastered it, there’s no looking back. For me, it’s a game changer as far as blogging goes.

  1. Esmé Slabbert | at 6:49 pm

    Thank you so much for the mention of the Twitter Hashtags post! Gary is an awesome author and I am so happy to have him in a regular monthly slot and looking forward to each and every post

  2. Marilyn Lesniak | at 11:16 am

    This week is Graduation Party Ideas. I am sharing a Cold and Creamy Chicken Pasta Salad, a sweet idea for a Cupcake topper for a graduation celebration, and my Grilled Parmesan Asparagus if you are hosting a BBQ. Thanks for hosting. Have a lovely evening!
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