Web Design Relief's Links Roundup, August 2014

Welcome to a special edition of Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup! This installment features infographics that offer great advice and smart tips for optimizing your online presence. Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best tools possible to build an effective online author platform and get your writing out there for all the world to read.

Infographic Of The Day: Why Should You Care About Typography? via Fast Company — When it comes to choosing the right font for your author website, are you starting to feel like Goldilocks? If you pick a font that’s too bold, you might turn readers off; choose one that’s too plain and you could lose their attention. In this infographic, Cliff Kuang offers readers a great perspective on the meaning behind certain fonts and which are most appropriate for you.

30 ways to promote your blog posts [Infographic] via Wordtracker — If you put a lot of time and work into writing your blog posts, make sure someone’s actually reading them! Julie McNamee provides tips on how you can promote your blog.

Blog Design for Killer Search Engine Optimization via Dawn Shepard — SEOmoz explains how your blog’s layout can help your SEO and reel in new visitors!

How to Use Google+ as an Author Platform via Write to Done — We love spreading the word about Google+! Maria Peagler explains why Google+ can benefit your author platform, and how it can maximize your marketing efforts.

What You Need To Know About Choosing the Most Effective Social Media Platforms via Visual.ly — There are so many different social networks—should you be using all of them or only a select few? Find out which one is best for you!

Pinterest Best Practices via Edelman Digital — Pinterest has a reputation of being a big time-waster, but that’s really not the case. These Pinterest best practices can help you expand your online platform and promote your writing.

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