1. Pinterest is as fascinating as it is powerful. Elena, from Living with Batman, thoroughly describes how to set up your Pinterest boards. I have often read how vital it is to put your most important boards first. Elena describes which boards are the most important and a wealth of additional information. Her post could be considered a guide to Pinterest boards. Read Pinterest for Content Bloggers-Setting Up Your Boards to get an education on Pinterest boards, and I’m not saying this because she was thoughtful enough to link to me.
2. Danny Ray is the very heart of the blogging community. One of Danny’s many missions is to help bloggers, a goal we share. In this one post Danny enables bloggers to get reblogged, get new social media followers, and attend three different Meet and Greets, all of which is the key to expansion. Danny’s post is appropriately titled Hello, My Name is…
3. I have read that you get to know a blogger better by the links they choose for their Weekly Roundup. That could possibly be true today. The last two weeks, coincidentally, I have included homorous posts related to blogging. Today it is intentional.
Jayne from Only I, Know the True Me describes blogging topics in her post. On the surface, that does not sound unusual. Actually it’s a topic commonly found on blogging tips sites. However, what makes Jayne’s post unique is that she describes those topics in rhyme. A rhyme so flawless it is reminiscent of the late great Shel Silverstein.
A warning: Jayne’s post is at times disgusting while consistently hysterical. Here is Jayne’s Weird Words.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s choices.
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