Welcome to the Weekly Link Roundup for October 1.
The Best Links of the Week
- Donna Parker’s article I’m Hooked on a Feeling will stir a combination of emotions in you. First, you will feel humor since Donna parodies the song “Hooked on a Feeling” in her post. Alongside her humor, which continues throughout the post, Parker gives 12 tips to becoming a better blogger. Tip #12 is a shocker! If you want to know what it is, you will have to click her link. If Word of Mouth is an indicator, based on the 280 likes this post got, and the 232 comments, you will love it all–the article, the meme, and the hysterical photos.
- I liked everything about 2ChicksBlogging‘s What Bloggers Live For. I think their blog name–2ChicksBlogging–is hysterical. The headline intrigued me so much I clicked their link. I wanted to see what bloggers live for. I wanted to see if I could relate to what rocks their blogging world. The best part, though, was the Comments Section on this post. Bloggers wrote in and either agreed with the 2 Chicks or said they got it wrong and shared what they live for as bloggers. Click the link and see if you can relate to their choices. I know I could.
- The first two posts gave me such an upbeat feeling, (and I am hooked on that feeling), I wanted to end upbeat as well. For this reason, 6 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Increase Productivity seemed like a good choice. Of the six tips offered, I am proud to acknowledge that I routinely do four. That’s one of the six–have a routine. To see the others, you’ll have to click the link.
This week I will be starting a new category during the Weekly Link Roundup.
If you know of any blogging events that are ongoing, please send me the link for promotion in the Comments Section.
While Danny Ray‘s blog party ended last weekend, all the bloggers there are looking to meet new people. Feel free to go network with them.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s selections. Did you notice that again they were all women?
Men, I would love to give your posts exposure and promote them as well. Please submit your links related to blogging, writing, productivity, search engine optimization, technology, or social media in the comments section below.
Women, I welcome your link submissions too.
Readers, please share this Weekly Link Roundup, so others have a chance to read these articles about blogging tips, bloggers’ motivations, and productivity.
What did you think of the articles? Have you had a chance to check them out yet? Did Donna Parker write a serious article about blogging advice or an article offering a parody of blogging advice? Until you get to her 12th shocker of a tip, you won’t be able to answer. When you do, I look forward to your views.
See you next week!